God does with it as he wills and no man should ask him why he does what? He built it and he pulled it down, not man.
Lagos, Nigeria (PRWEB) February 12, 2014
In “Jerusalem—Whose?” (published by CrossBooks), author Bassey Efiong shares his research and observations about the role of Jerusalem in history and religion in an effort to reveal what he believes to be God’s truth about the city’s existence.
“Jerusalem is the Lord’s and remains ultimately the Lord’s and not man’s,” says Efiong. “God does with it as he wills and no man should ask him why he does what? He built it and he pulled it down, not man.”
“Jerusalem—Whose?” analyzes the role that Jerusalem has played throughout history and reveals what Efiong believes to be the truth about existence. Using biblical passages, observation, opinion and his own research, Efiong discusses what he believes to be the truth about the ancient city and presents proof that God owns Jerusalem.
An excerpt from “Jerusalem—Whose?”:
“The ultimate Jerusalem which everyone is answerable is not located in the Middle East. She is spiritual and pilgrimage there is a spiritual walk from the moment one is born again. One does not get there and want to come back as it was not possible for Lazarus to do so in the parable in Luke chapter 16.”
Efiong invites readers to visit him at http://www.jerusalemwhose.com/.
By Bassey Efiong
Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 148 pages | ISBN 9781462731497
E-Book | 148 pages | ISBN 9781462731503
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Bassey Efiong resisted the Lord’s nudge on his heart until very late in life. He longs to better know his Lord and savior so he can continue to tell his good news. He currently lives in Nigeria. This is his first book.
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