There is a Reason for Every Life

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Pope teaches the reason God put each person on Earth is to live, love and learn in new book.

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We did not choose to be born, but we are here and must live in this world of chaos to reach our intended destiny.

Is life a chaotic prison cell in which to count the passing days, or is it just the first step in reaching your destiny?

In “Why You Were Born,” author Charles Pope breaks down the reasons for being on Earth, God’s role in each person’s life and what our futures hold. Through 40 years of reading and collecting historical, scientific and Biblical information, Pope was able to find God’s life plan for each person in the bible and show how it has been subtlety hijacked through history and religion.

“We did not choose to be born, but we are here and must live in this world of chaos to reach our intended destiny,” Pope said. “God will not force anyone to believe in his plan for mankind’s destiny, but the information is available to anyone who has an ear to hear.”

Pope is a retired minister who has spent much of his life researching and studying God’s Word and the goals of each person’s time on Earth.

“I believe that my book is the ‘tip of the iceberg’ for us to understand that we are destined to become someone greater than we allow ourselves to believe we can become,” Pope said. “Someday we will all have an eternal existence in the vastness of the universe.”

“Why You Were Born”
By Charles Pope
ISBN: 978-4917-9862-1
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and iUniverse

About the author

Charles Pope’s favorite pastime is the study of history and science. He is an independent minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ for over 36 years. He enjoys preaching and teaching what the Bible says about the destiny of mankind. He also creates and sings southern gospel music.

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