Item description for The Connection Between Salvation and Mail by Eric Hamaday...
Overview Hamaday examines the most popular deceptions about Heaven that take place today, and he explains the process and results of salvation based on the only infallible Word of God, the Bible.
Publishers Description The majority of people in America and other countries are considered to be Christians having the expectation of going to heaven when they die. However, Jesus says not everyone who calls him Lord will go there (Matthew 7: 21). Regardless of what type of church you are affiliated with, if you profess to be a Christian and view the issue of where you will spend eternity seriously, this book is for you whether you are active in your church or not. It covers the most popular deceptions that take place today, as well as the process and results of salvation based on the only infallible Word of God, the Bible. Eric Hamaday is an average Christian who serves an awesome God. He grew up in a devoted Catholic family, then later in life received an invitation to go to a bible church and accepted it. His spiritual walk grew to a point where he became a small group leader at his church where he was encouraged to have this book published.
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Studio: Xulon Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8" Width: 5" Height: 0.28" Weight: 0.29 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 2008
Publisher Xulon Press
ISBN 1604778547 ISBN13 9781604778540
Availability 146 units. Availability accurate as of Jan 21, 2017 06:11.
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True salvation... Aug 14, 2008
Eric Hamaday begins his book, The Connection Between Salvation and Mail, by discussing the fallacy many have concerning salvation. Many call themselves Christian, but show no signs of the fruit of the Spirit or ignore the gifts of the Spirit. Many think their name on a church role is enough. However, it is clear that to attain heaven is to fully submit your life to the will of God. I truly believe that God wants all to live with Him in eternity, but many are not willing to fully submit.
However, this is a review, not a discussion of beliefs. Eric Hamaday uses scripture to support his thesis. He writes with great passion. It is written in a, simple easy-to-understand manner. The cover is bright and eye -atching. This is a small book with a powerful message.
Recognizing Versus Receiving Aug 7, 2008
Strongly evangelistic "The Connection Between Salvation and Mail" presents a clear message of the gospel as drawn from the scriptures. Eric Hamaday writes with clarity and conviction. His illustrations are relevant and give added reinforcement and application to the Bible verses and themes being considered.
I particularly enjoyed reading of Eric's own experiences as he shared stories from his own life before becoming a Christian and the changes brought about by spiritual growth, resulting from his study of God's Word and by becoming a part of a Bible believing church in worship and fellowship. Eric also shows from the scripture and from his own experiences the importance of prayer, of tithing, and of witnessing.
The chapter describing "The Signs of a Lost Soul" provides helpful insight for prayer and approach as you recognize the impact of stubbornness, present time enjoyment of sin, serving money, and a love for the world on the unbeliever as they seem to be slipping away.
Hamaday is described as an average Christian who serves an awesome God. His writing is genuine, practical, inspiring and readily assimilated. His writing comes as a result of his compassion for Bible study and an intimate relationship with the author of "the book."
"The Connection Between Salvation and Mail" is designed to minister to the seeker by providing a clear cut message of the gospel, to equip the Christian in the Christian life, and to build up the weak. Eric invites the reader to accept or receive Christ and to be transformed to move forward in basic action steps that will lead to fullness of life.