Cultivating Your Faith: Being at One With Your God: Experiencing Restoration in Christ
This book takes you on a special journey with God. It has three sections: (1) how to discover true faith; (2) how to get to know God in a personal way through the object lesson of the sanctuary; and (3) realizing the precious truth of God wanting to live in you. The author puts forward that one can discover their fullest potential through a relationship with the Creator of the universe. When faced with life’s struggles, we should trust God.
One has to learn to let go of self and hold on to the promises in the word of God. This is a daily battle, but as faith is cultivated, the battle becomes easier, and the battle becomes the Lord’s. "Know ye not that your body is the temple of God... And greater is he that is in you, than he that is in the world!”
The author also uses the framework of the sanctuary services given to the Israelites during their time in the wilderness to explain the plan of salvation and outline common doctrines such as justification, sanctification, and glorification. He further proposes that Bible study, prayer, and service are the divine means through the Spirit by which the laws of God are written on our hearts. When we feed on God’s words, and commune with Him, through His Spirit He takes charge and changes our thoughts, motives, and deeds.
Cultivating Faith: My Life Experiences: Growing Up
I believe one’s life journey has to do with faith, which the human mind cannot completely explain. God has implanted deep in my inner being a measure of faith. The Bible notes in Romans 12:13 (KJV), “to every man that is among you, not to think of himself more highly than he ought to think; but to think soberly, according to as God has dealt with every man the measure of faith.” This memoir provides a look into my life experiences from the perspective of faith. In the first chapter I put forward the necessity of cultivating faith, the second through the tenth chapters capture how faith is cultivated as demonstrated in my life experiences, and in the remaining chapters, I make an appeal to my readers about how their faith can be cultivated.