In my book I teach what God teaches, and that is that God gives to us so that we have to give to others.
SARASOTA, Fla. (PRWEB) April 17, 2014
The explanation of accomplishment as monetary gain is something author James H. Hooks hopes to redefine in his new book “Should Christians Prosper?: Teacher/Student Study Book” (published by AuthorHouse).
Exposing what he calls “the prosperity doctrine,” where Christians are expected to give donations to God as a “money-making scheme,” Hooks encourages followers of God to reflect upon what it really means to give back to God.
“In my book I teach what God teaches, and that is that God gives to us so that we have to give to others,” Hooks says. “We give because we love God. In other words, God teaches us to use our energies and resources to minister to the worlds, instead of using the energies of others and the world to meet our needs.”
Hooks hopes readers will not only read and agree with his advice, but also apply the principles he outlines. He hopes readers will be released from their spiritual and financial difficulties after reading this new handbook.
“Should Christians Prosper?”
By James H. Hooks
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 280 pages | ISBN 9781477284001
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 280 pages | ISBN 9781477284018
E-Book | 280 pages | ISBN 9781477283998
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
James H. Hooks is a student of human condition, using God’s word to bring about positive life-changing experiences in people’s everyday battles with faith and infancies. “Should Christians Prosper?” is the first in a series of Hooks’ recent pursuits, with work progressing quickly on its follow-up.
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