New book studies man as God’s creation by David Holland

“Melchizedek, High Priest of God And Your destiny in this eternal priesthood” is a study on man-made in the image of God and through this Biblical knowledge encourages individual Christians to build their life on and be confident in the reality of who they are as a son or daughter of God and a follower of Jesus. It is grounded on the personage of Melchizedek, not just his background and personal life but how his example and role relates to Jesus and every Christian today.

This work is unique from other books on the subject of Melchizedek in that it uses what the author describes as a “forensic” approach to the Bible. “Melchizedek, High Priest of God And Your destiny in this eternal priesthood” is a must-read for Christian readers and those who are curious to find out if there is any substance to the Christian faith.

“Melchizedek, High Priest of God And Your destiny in this eternal priesthood”

By David Holland

David Holland helps Christians find their God-given purpose and how they can fit into the plan that God has for their lives based on the example of Melchizedek. “Melchizedek, High Priest of God And Your destiny in this eternal priesthood” (published by Xlibris Australia) is a Biblical study on the spiritual man as a creation of God.

About the Author

David Holland was born in the mid-1950s in Victoria, Australia. After completing studies in town planning and environmental management at university, he became more involved in church and was given the opportunity to start a theological course with Vision Christian College. He holds a diploma in ministry and a diploma in theology, both achieved with honors.

Softcover | 6 x 9in | 138 pages | ISBN 9781499005783

E-Book | 138 pages | ISBN 9781499005790

Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

 

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