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“God's Outreached Hand” discusses Revelation and its implications on the lives of Christians.
SELMA, Ala (PRWEB) August 19, 2012
The Book of Revelation contains prophetic visions of future events that God intended for His children to know. In “God’s Outreached Hand”, author Annie Louise Kelly Cunningham invites readers to examine their purpose on Earth in the light of the book of Revelation and the final days.
God gave each person a choice to accept Christ as their savior or reject Him. “God’s Outreached Hand” is partly a discussion and analysis of the chapters of the final book of the Bible and a guide that outlines how people can pursue their dreams and lives after accepting the precious gift of salvation. In it, the author rallies spiritual rejuvenation by inspiring other people, especially the youth, to let God become the center of their lives and plans. Her book becomes a stepping stone in a journey of understanding and preparing oneself for Christ’s coming. Cunningham emphasizes,
“We should prepare ourselves academically as well as spiritually. The choice is ours to accept Christ as Savior or reject Him.”
Enriching and thought-provoking, “God’s Outreached Hand” is a compelling study of one of the most intriguing books of the bible and an invitation for others to live their lives in preparation for the events foretold.
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About the Author
Annie Louise Kelly Cunningham is a Selma native and was educated in the Dallas County School system. She entered non-denominational theology classes at Selma University, Selma, Alabama. She graduated magna cum laude from the School of Divinity with a master’s degree on May 6, 2005. After a lengthy internship, she was licensed to preach and direct the functions of ministry.
God's Outreached Hand * by Annie Louise Kelly Cunningham
Publication Date: June 4, 2012
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