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Overview Minister Jesse Coleman is a son of a deacon, born and raised in Sardis Alabama a brother of seven. Minister Jesse Coleman has a long family history of uncles that were ministers and deacon's, he has two brothers and cousins which are ministers in Christ .I wish to thank God for letting me be used as an instrument for the truth must be told. GOD'S WORDS IS NOT UNCHANGEABLE AND FOREVER IT WILL STAND WHETHER WE WANT TO FACE THE TRUTH OR NOT: I wish to give a special thanks to everyone who helped make this come together.
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This book was edited by a blind man Apr 14, 2009
Minister Coleman has the worst writing I have ever had the displeasure to torture my eyes with, his ignorance and misinterpretations of the scripture are overwhelming. I quote his exact words and punctuation: "GOD'S WORDS IS NOT UNCHANGEABLE AND FOREVER IT WILL STAND WHETHER WE WANT TO FACE THE TRUTH OR NOT" which means God's words are changeable. Another gem, " be satisfied with the gift God gave you, for there or many, but preaching is not one of the gifts God gave a women" and who could forget on page 12 "God did not make a covenant with Noah wife or Noah sons wives God made his covenant with Noah and his sons, the wife is cover under the husbands if they obey God word because they are one, if you our married or single you must obey God word to be saved." closing thoughts from the minister on the last page: "Too God be the glory forever and ever, his words will not change He said what He meant, AND He meant what He said: " I guess we can fill in the blank after the colon to put a personal touch on the book, how thoughtful.