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How lovely is your dwelling place, Lord Almighty! Better is one day in your courts than a thousand elsewhere. I would rather be a doorkeeper in the house of my God than dwell in the tents of the wicked... For the Lord God is a sun and shield; the Lord bestows favor and honor.
Psalm 84

Now What?

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Now What? Seven Differences between Truth and Error by Pastor Nehemiah Sia

is now available for download. (Right Click and Save Target/Link As on the download link)

About the Book:

The book is written in order to address the present post, post, post-modern society and its views. It is also to declare that truth can only be found in Christ. Without truth, life will be meaningless and filled with confusing ideologies and philosophies.  This book brings to mind and heart what is needed for our world today. The Way, the Truth and the Life are in the presence of Jesus Christ. We live with so many presuppositions that we need to re-think and re-examine the things that hinder us from knowing the truth and living by the truth.

From the perspective of the world, truth has become relative which is based on peoples’ opinions rather than the Truth that will last forever. We live in a world where people want to do what they want to do. Being pushed by a wave of feelings, we want to do what feels “great” for us. Truth has become “true for you” and “true for me”. In the conflict of ideas, our realities become messed up due to different perspectives of what is true. At the end of things we lose sight and ourselves of what is important in our lives and our hearts. Thus, we need to search for what is the Truth for our lives as well as to discern the errors of our time.

This book addresses some of the key questions of life and the realities of the world we live in. I hope this book will be able to extend the wisdom of saving Truth and Grace of our Lord Jesus Christ to our dying world. Amen.

About the Author:

Nehemiah K. Sia is presently a pastor at Jubilee Evangelical Church. He is also an adjunct professor at the International Graduate School of Leadership. He graduated with a Master of Theology, majoring in pastoral leadership at Dallas Theological Seminary. He also finished his Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy at De La Salle University.

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