Fear Not: God's Lost Commandment

Simon D. Geddes

Fear Not: God's Lost Commandment by Simon D. Geddes
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For readers of:Christian Books, Wayne A. Grudem, Timothy J. Keller, William Franklin "Billy" Graham Jr.
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Print Length108 Pages, 11424 Words
ISBN978-1-68418-258-9
PublisherBlurb, Inc. PO Box 728, San Francisco, CA 94104-0728
Publication Date11th November 2016
LanguageEnglish
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Fear Not: God’s Lost Commandment - 2nd Edition

108 Pages, 11424 Words

ISBN 978-1-68418-258-9

Published 11th November 2016 Blurb, Inc. PO Box 728, San Francisco, CA 94104-0728

About the Book

Written as an encouragement to those Christians who live in a fallen world, 'Fear Not' is a book that provides an enlightening view on the nature of God and His relationship with us.

Researching scripture for a clear perspective on anxiety and fear, Christian author Simon D. Geddes discovered that not only does God encourage followers not to fear or be anxious, but also gives 15 concise and persuasive reasons for this positive mind set.

This insightful book categorises the 15 reasons into three groups: our relationship with God, who God is to us, and finally who God is in Himself. In this way, a reader's understanding of God and the inherent power that comes with faith for those who believe in Him, will equip and strengthen the soul against the fear propagated by the enemy.

About the Author

Maverick by nature and experienced in pastoral ministries, Simon D. Geddes has been both blessed and cursed with the calling to edify fellow Christians on some of the more vociferous issues seldom discussed in the nave.

Unafraid of public reaction, Simon’s debut book ‘Porn Kills’ tackled the incredibly subversive issue of pornography in a compelling yet pragmatic way: being both informative for leaders and counsellors, and compassionate to those suffering from the addiction.

Simon’s life mission as an Apostolic Christian family man, is to pursue a genuine commitment to disseminating the inviolable Word of God and outwardly displaying the unconditional love of the Lord Christ Jesus through personal contact with the aged, the impoverished and the imprisoned.

Following Professor Wayne Grudem’s biblical research style and Billy Graham's hard hitting interpretive style, Simon’s well researched and referenced writings leave readers informed, encouraged and better equipped to prevail in a meretricious world.