Embracing the Man Who is the Authentic Christ




Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 4/9/2013

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 260
ISBN : 9781466988460

About the Book

CHANGE: is is the one thing you can count on in these exciting and discouraging times. Fueled by the bizarre pace of technological inovation, transitions are taking place in society and the church in ways that we have never seen before. Beginning with the fact of four generations living at the same time; each with their unique ideas and change; accompanied by a generational breakdown in understanding and communications. In the past the church was a reliable moral compass for society. But today with the self-imposed isolation inside the four walls of of brick, Satan is left to his device of blinding the minds of men lest they believe the glorious gospel of eternal salvation. He has been able to spread a cloak of darkness over our Western culture. Darkness is not knowing, the real purpose and nature of things. For example: What is the source of man and his world? Where have man and his world come from? What is the purpose of man in the world? Why do man and his world exist? What is the end of man and his world? Light is knowing, God and His Son, the authentic Jesus Christ, who stands as the Source of purpose and end of man and his world. Further, light is to know the truth and reality of man and his world that God created all for Himself. That He loves and saves all to live with Him eternally -- if we will only believe and trust Him. Today there is a tension between the world and the Word. The authentic Christ is the only hope for the world -- Give Me Jesus!

About the Author

Jay R. Leach is the founder and president of the Bread of Life Ministries International with his wife Magdalene. He is the founder and pastor of the Bread of Life Christian Center and Church in Whiteville, North Carolina. The Leaches reside in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Leach,s previous books include How should We then live, Behold the Man, The Blood Runs Through It, and Drawn Away.