What Is Your Name?: Discovering Your Heavenly Name
Frankie L. Jackson, in his many years of service in the kingdom of God, has devoted his life in search of the true message of the Gospel. A message overshadowed by religion and, to some extent, misunderstood by both Christians and non-Christians. In this book, What Is Your Name? Pastor Jackson brings to light the theme and focus of Christ・s message and why He came to die for the world. He strongly believes that the impact of the Gospel is closely related to our presentation of the message Christ preached. You will be encouraged to reexamine your life as you take a closer look at where you fit in the plan of God. Who am I to God? and how does He see me? These questions can easily be answered once you・ve discovered your heavenly name. This book will provide you with these answers and some thought-provoking concepts about names and heaven・s name for you, such as, -Why Names Are Important to God -God・s Purpose for Names -What Is Your Heavenly Name -Satan: The Enemy of Your Name -Living Up to Your Name Discovering your heavenly name can add meaning to your life and give you value beyond your earthly name. God wanted to give you more than dominion; He wanted you to have His image and likeness and a heavenly name.
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