Who Am I and Why Am I Here (Google eBook)

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Destiny Image Publishers, 2005 - Religion - 213 pages
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This book covers step-by-step each of the eight reasons Hamon has identified as to why God created the human race. Beginning with God's original command and mandate to Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, Dr Hamon discusses each reason in order of importance, from greatest to least, while buttressing each point with ample scriptural support and illustrations from his own life. This is a very powerful book that will, if nothing else, spark debate and discussion that may lead to greater understanding among God's people of the reasons we are here and of God's eternal purpose for us.
  

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User Review  - Bunny - Christianbook.com

This is the most interesting book I have read in a long time--answers many questions most Christians have about why God made us and many other things of this wonderful world He made for us to enjoy. Read full review

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Contents

A BRIEF HISTORY OF MAN
9
CREATED IN GODS IMAGE AND LIKENESS
37
CREATED TO REVEAL GODS LOVE
65
CREATED AS A FREE MORAL AGENT
85
CREATED SO THAT GOD COULD FATHER HIS OWN BIOLOGICAL SON
107
CREATED TO BE THE BRIDE OF CHRIST
127
CREATED TO BE THE BODY OF CHRIST
147
CREATED TO PRAISE AND WORSHIP GOD
165
CREATED FOR FELLOWSHIP WITH GOD
181
ALL THESE THINGS SHALL COME TO PASS
197
ENDNOTES
205
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About the author (2005)

Dr. Bill Hamon founded Christian International Ministries Network which has trained thousands of five-fold ministers and activated hundreds of thousands of saints in their spiritual gifts. He serves as Bishop to over 3000 ministers and churches and CIAs headquarters on five continents. Dr. Hamon also heads the CI Business Network, which equips saints as ministers in the market place. He has authored twelve major books. Bill and Evelyn, his wife of fifty-five years, have three married children who are all CI-ordained ministers, eleven grandchildren and nine great grandchildren.

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