TERRY, Miss. (PRWEB) February 14, 2018
Art Compere, a retired Baptist missionary and teacher, has completed his new book “When God went from Absolute Zero to 98.6”: a compelling work about God’s attributes, the evils present in current times that are causing trouble to people, and the comfort that the Lord gives to those who are facing disasters in their lives.
Author Compere reminds readers to put God’s nature in their minds when praying: “The main thing we have to remember when praying is that God is not going against his own nature. Our prayers are not going to keep God from doing what he thinks best. Just because there is a verse in the Bible that says ‘With God, all things are possible’ (Mark 14:36) does not mean God will do everything we want him to do. God will not go against his nature, but he might change plans. Suppose a casino operator prays that God will lead a certain beautiful girl to do lewd dances at his casino. Answering that prayer would go against God’s nature. But if God has called a girl to be a missionary and the girl falls in love with a man who doesn’t want to be a missionary but be pastor of a local church, God might change his call to the girl and tell her she can be a preacher’s wife. That happens a lot.”
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Art Compere’s enlightening work that tackles how people are not given immunity from pain and suffering on earth after accepting Jesus Christ as the master of their lives, but God’s comfort, love, and sovereignty is always sufficient to make it through each day.
Readers who wish to experience this informative work can purchase“When God went from Absolute Zero to 98.6” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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