God's Bottom Line

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Author House, Feb 25, 2011 - Reference - 120 pages

After perusing the pages of this book, I dont think there is a better book out with regard to Salvation. This book has much clarity. No one can read the information on these pages and misunderstand why there is a Jesus, what He did, and why He came. All that are unsaved need this book. All those that are saved need to purchase this book for their unsaved love-ones.

Elder Flamer tells of what sin is and how it came into this world. After Adam sinned, she makes it clear that All have sinned and come short of the Glory of the Holy God. She tells you what you have to do in order to make it right with God. Jesus has done all it is He was sent in the earth to do. Its now up to sinner man to do his part. This book is also a reminder to the Body of Christ to not become complacent in your salvation. Its easy today to become Churchy. Thank you Elder Flamer for writing this book, for it will change many, many lives. God bless you.

Dr. Janie Watkins, Author of ITS TIME TO BE BLESSED

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Gods Bottom Line 1
Adam The Original Sin 2
Whats the Bottom Line 1 3
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Do You Know You Have to Give an Account? 2 5 8
There is a Set Time 3 6 4
Will Your Name be Blotted Out of the Book of Life? 4 8 4
Check Yourself 5 9 2
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About the author (2011)

Elder Mary Flamer is a native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She was ordained as an Elder in 2003.

She has received the Bachelors Degree in Theology.

There has been, and are many for whom this has been, and still is, an issue in their lives.

May this book through the guidance of the Holy Spirit give the needed clarity and direction concerning this issue.

This is the first of many books by Elder Mary Flamer.

This book will serve as a good tool for seminars, conferences, book clubs, bible studies, and the like.

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