It will help all true believers in the Father, Son and Holy Spirit to become overcomers of the flesh
MEDINA, Ohio (PRWEB) March 12, 2013
The Bible can often be confusing text readers, whether new to the book or veteran Christians who have followed God’s teachings for life. Driven by divine inspiration and to help better explain God’s Word and the Bible, Dimitri Yanuli pens his new book, “You Might Be Right, but You Aint’ Right with the Word of God!” (published by WestBow Press). “The Holy Spirit led me to warn all believers in the risen Christ to prepare spiritually as well as physically for these last days in which we live,” he says.
Yanulani explains the Scripture without denominational influences, encouraging readers to prepare to meet Jesus as they walk in spirit daily. “It will help all true believers in the Father, Son and Holy Spirit to become overcomers of the flesh,” he says.
An excerpt from the chapter entitled, “God’s Call”:
“I will venture to show and prove to the best of my ability, with clarity from the written Word of God, that it is God’s desire to call man—all of mankind—into fellowship with Him again on the same level they had in the garden of Eden. I will try to show that every scientific discovery made only validates and proves God’s existence and that the destination and purpose for man is explained in His Word alone.”
“You Might Be Right, but You Aint’ Right with the Word of God!”
By Dimitri Yanuli
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 372 pages | ISBN 9781449773809
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 372 pages | ISBN 9781449773793
E-Book | 372 pages | ISBN 9781449773786
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Dimitri Yanuli lives with his wife, Lena, in Medina, Ohio. Together they have three sons, Christopher, Anthony and Matthew.
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