I hope and pray that readers will take inventory of their lives and evaluate where they stand with the Lord God Almighty and prepare to meet the Lord
Longwood, FL (Vocus) July 7, 2010
The world is in a state of chaos and confusion. People are looking for solutions to their problems, a new way of life—yet they are putting their hope and trust in the wrong places. Unless they look to Jesus, things are going to get worse before they get better. Evangelist Jeanette A. Valentine’s new title, I Saw the Lord He Called My Name ($10.99, paperback, 978-1-61579-934-3), pinpoints this need to return to a better spiritual and moral standard of life in preparation for Christ’s return. Within the pages of this eye-opening book, readers will learn to accept Jesus before it’s too late—because He loves everyone, regardless of their shortcomings.
“I hope and pray that readers will take inventory of their lives and evaluate where they stand with the Lord God Almighty and prepare to meet the Lord,” the author says. “Why? Because ‘as it is appointed unto men once to die, but after that the judgment’ (Hebrews 9:27). No one wants to perish.”
Valentine, a born-again believer, says she is no great theologian or graduate of a theological seminary—she is just an “ordinary” child of God who listened to His leading and wrote a book to help others. “I hope through the media people will come to realize that reading and hearing the Good News of the gospel will give them something to look forward to in the here and now and the future,” she explains.
Evangelist Jeanette A. Valentine currently resides in Germantown, Maryland.
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