The God We Worship
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The Bible serves primarily as God's revelation about Himself. Presented in concise and simple language, is a biblical analysis on the theme of the Deity. The reader will see multiple stories by which the Lord presented Himself to those who were to represent Him as servant-leaders among his people—and as heaven's spokespersons before the nations.
The Bible serves primarily as God’s revelation about Himself.
Through its pages we see multiple stories by which the Lord presented Himself to those who were to represent Him as servant-leaders among His people – and as heaven’s spokespersons before the nations.
God is One. There can be no doubt about it. All Scriptures, Old and New Testaments alike, support this concept. We have no pantheon of gods; ours is God in truth and oneness. He stands apart and is unique.
But, when all is said and done, there remains for each one of us a most important choice. Will we have the courage to take a step in faith? Will we believe the Word of God and embrace the Savior who is in God and who came to earth to reveal the Father?
While the worship we render to Him is important, it is even more important that we understand who is this God enthroned at the very center of all our consecrated worship.
“The God We Worship is a deep biblical analysis on the theme of the Deity, presented in concise and simple language, allowing the Bible to be its own interpreter. The author reaffirms a pillar of the Christian faith which lies at the very foundation of proper understanding of the whole body of doctrines, and therefore the God we worship.” – Robert Costa, associate ministerial secretary, General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists.
“If you want one of the finest biblical explanations of the triune Godhead, you will be pleased to have this in your hands. The God We Worship is thorough, clear, and concise. The author gets to the root of the issue and lets the Bible unveil this glorious truth, so essential to our salvation.” – Jay Gallimore, president, Michigan Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, Lansing, Michigan, USA.