David k bernard oneness of god
The Oneness of God by David K. BernardIn reading the book The Oneness of God by David K. Bernard, I felt that the author did a wonderful job explaining the Oneness of God. Overall I would give this book a five out of five, because, Scriptures that I have read and not realized the power that they had. This book has definitely taught me to pay better to the scriptures I read.
Right away in chapter one the writer quotes a scripture, Hear, O Israel : The Lord our God is one Lord (Deuteronomy 6:4). Also quotes Galatians 3:20, God is one. I love how he starts out with plain and bold scriptures. This right here teaches all of us that God is one, and there is only one Lord. The boldness throughout this book has taught me to be bold in my faith, after I get the truth into my heart and mind I need to show it boldly.
This book is broken down into chapters and at the end of each chapter the writer has notes, stating where he got all of his information, and citing his works, which I definitely believe gives this book a lot of credibility. Overall, I would recommend this book to everyone to read; new believers, prospects, and people searching for more information on Jesus Christ.
The Oneness of God (Series in Pentecostal Theology, Vol 1)
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Posted on Nov 24, in Theology. The fact that Jesus is God is as firmly established in Scripture as the fact that God is one. The Bible teaches that Jesus is fully God and fully man. In this chapter we will discuss the former; in Chapter V the latter. Isaiah prophesied that the Messiah would be called Immanuel, that is, God with us Isaiah ; Matthew