“As a man thinks in his heart so is he.” Many people who are familiar with Proverbs 23:7 (above) conclude that what they think about they will become. With that in mind they lead with their brains and assume their spiritual identity will follow. They reason that they can control, even create, their destiny with their thinking, failing to realize that their minds are part of their fallenness which must be continually renewed - realigned with God’s purpose. They fail to acknowledge that their destiny was predestined before the foundation of the world by their Creator and that He created them according to His purpose.
Learn what it means to truly be a believer. Follow Ken’s remarkable journey from an agnostic Jew whose fantasy life was about to implode, to his transformation into an enthusiastic Christian. Discover eternal life, which is in Jesus Christ and the keys to accomplish your purpose and reach your destiny.
This exuberant presentation of one man's life without, then with Christ is spirited and enlightening. The author was brought up in much the way Jesus was, although certainly in a later age.
He tasted, then became a voracious reader of the Bible and the life and teachings, as well as living with Christ in him and him in Christ.
The enthusiastic presentation brings one from a struggler to a devout follower of Jesus and His teachings.
Throughout the presentation scripture is presented in an annotated manner, so the reader/listener may find the source and more of the exposition of each quotation.
I found the narrator enthused in his presentation, so appropriate for the change and growth of the life one could expect if the reader, too, became first familiar, then a devout believer in the teachings of Christ while applying them in his life and sharing them with others.