Christianity: The End of Spiritual Confusion: TRANSFORM YOUR ZEAL FOR GOD INTO KNOWLEDGE OF THE CHRIST
by Bishop Lloyd U. Nsek, Sr.
Christianity: The End of Spiritual Confusion unlocks the hidden mystery of Christianity. It biblically brings the almost forgotten Christian Covenant to the forefront of the readers mind. It helps the reader to fully understand the confusion that currently exists within the faith.
This book challenges its reader to examine the many false beliefs, erroneous teachings, and practices in the faith, such as the false belief that an angel whose name is Jehovah is God Almighty and the false practice of paying tithes instead of giving. It makes a compelling case for Jesus Christ, as the only author and finisher of the Christian faith. On this premise, the author makes the bold move to introduce his ground breaking Psycho dynamics theory of human behavior as well as his C-rule concept.
Going beyond any controversy, this book biblically answers the existential question surrounding the chosen beloved Jewish people on the face of the earth from the Christian perspective. It is indeed a lifeline for a reader who loves to investigate the truth that makes one free while living his or her everyday life.About the Author
Bishop Lloyd Nsek, Sr. is a Nigerian-born American citizen with over twenty years of Christian ministry experience at the Pastoral level. His confidence and critical thinking skills are God-given traits handed down from both his father and his mother.
Bishop Lloyd has a gigantic heart for the person of Jesus Christ. His ministry affiliations include Prayer of Faith Ministry Worldwide and The Lighthouse of Prayer Ministry. He is currently a facilitator of one of the Small Groups Ministry at the seven thousand plus members Water of Life Community Church in Fontana, California.
Bishop Lloyd is now on seat with his mantle and mandate to begin the clean up process of the filthiness of flesh and spirit in Gods living templesme and you. He is married to his lovely wife, Josephine Nsek, and they have four children.(2012, paperback, 102 pages)