The Salvation Book is the incredible story of the Creator of all things and how He communicates His love to every living soul. At a place called Calvary, He gave His only begotten Son, Jesus Christ, to provide salvation to as many who desire deliverance from sin and death. He promised that all who come to Him in faith and a willingness to follow His Word would have everlasting life. All who love light rather than darkness will find Him and become His children. What does it mean to be a child of God? It is the stories of those who chose to become God’s children. It is also the stories of those who loved darkness (evil) rather than good and hated God. They chose to follow the knowledge of evil and become followers of the serpent.
At the beginning of creation, God created two spheres or realms. One was in the heavens, and the other was on earth. He created the heavenly bodies, angels, and many other creatures in the heavens. Lucifer was known as the serpent and the devil. He thought of himself as the highest being in the heavenly realm and had a plan to be the same everywhere else. On earth, God created humans, non-humans, and all things. He made the first human being in His own image and likeness. Adam was formed from the dust of the earth, and God gave him dominion over His creation. Along with Adam’s many work duties, he was given a commandment not to eat of one tree: the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. If he did, he would begin dying until he was dead. Then God created Adam a wife from one of his ribs, and he named her Eve. They begin the story of deliverance from sin and death and are the first to become children of God’s eternal kingdom that begins in Revelation 21.
Paperback, 236 pages.