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Overview The Person of Melchizedek principally provides the reader with insight regarding the otherwise shrouded identity of Melchizedek the priest. Amid all the speculations in the world today regarding Melchizedek, this is a shining light, giving accurate revelation and truth of God's very own priest.
Publishers Description In writing the Epistle to the Hebrews, the Apostle reckons Melchizedek to be the Immortal Priest of God in heaven, a Divine spirit being, one who has lived with God from the beginnings of time till date and who will remain His priest forever, and not Canaanite king-priest as many presume. He declares him to be without origin, having neither beginning to his days or end to his life, and thus still alive to this day as you read this. Indeed by scripture, he was not created and is the head of the order of "Melchizedek," his Divine order and heavenly priesthood to which God enjoins Jesus saying to him before all in heaven, "you are a priest forever in the order of Melchizedek." The Person of Melchizedek principally provides the reader with insight regarding the otherwise shrouded identity of Melchizedek the priest. Amid all the speculations in the world today regarding Melchizedek, this is a shining light, giving accurate revelation and truth of God's very own priest. Daniel Oyegun is an Entrepreneur and a lay-minister of God's word. He is called, an Apostle of God with the gift of stirring up the Nations in the things that pertain to God; he is married and lives in Nigeria with his wife and child.
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I was disappointed. May 17, 2009
Although the matter was interesting, the book needs serious proofreading. There were so many errors in grammar and usage, it became hard to focus on the subject. Also, some pages were repeats as if pages were reprinted and 'stuck' in randomly. I found myself reading paragraph after paragraph almost verbatim to previous pages. The reasoning made little sense at times; as it seemed to rely on personal belief systems rather than on facts and figures or scientific knowledge. A little "mumbo jumbo" approach. As if the author believed that "If he argued using more words then he might win". I think this is fair reading of comeone's personal opinion.