My hope is that readers understand that every human being automatically has a relationship with God from the day that they're born: we are all God's children by creation, but not by adoption
Longwood, FL (Vocus) April 23, 2010
Most people have questions about God that are difficult to find answers to. But there are answers to some of these and other intriguing and sometimes troubling questions about life within the pages of author Markus E. Adams’ A Biography of the Holy Trinity and Man: Understanding the Relationship between God and Man ($20.99, paperback, 978-1-60791-661-1). In easy to understand language, the author lessens some of the mystery of God by unveiling more about Him and His plans for Christians everywhere.
“My hope is that readers understand that every human being automatically has a relationship with God from the day that they’re born: we are all God’s children by creation, but not by adoption,” the author says. “To become a child of God by adoption requires spiritual steps that include building a fruitful relationship with God sealed by His approval. Why? Because if you don’t have a relationship with God according to His plans in heaven within His standards of holiness, nothing else we could ever do will matter.”
Adams has had a relationship with God for more than five years. Although he has no formal education or seminary training, he says, “Because of that relationship [with God], I have been called, equipped, trained, and qualified by Lord God to teach to others the gospel of Christ and to write this book.” He hopes that the message he shares in the book—God’s message—will change lives for the better.
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