The Nature of His Love, a Revolutionary New Book on the Radical Nature of God's Love is Now Available for Free
Contact: Jason Tax, 209-682-5160, email@example.com
SACRAMENTO, Oct. 26, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ -- Finally a new book that helps share the greatness of God's love for all people. "The Nature of His Love," by Jason Tax, is a free book dedicated to revealing the radical nature of God's love to the world. In this book Jason shares through many different Scriptures and by his own personal revelations from God, that all of the attributes of God's nature are actually found in His love, and how God is very different from what many have presented Him to be.
To view an introduction of the book go here: www.onewithlove.org/book.
Jason says, "One of the greatest mistakes in the church right now is that many have wrongly separated the attributes of God's nature from His love. Like justice, mercy, righteousness, peace and more, all being different attributes of God that are not love. This is not true. The reality is that all of God's attributes are found in His love and can only be rightly, completely and fully understood in the context of a selfless love that seeks the highest good of all people. His love is holy, His love is righteous, His love is peaceful, and so much more."
This book goes into a number of various other topics such as:
- How God has created all people to be sons and daughters of His love.
- What it means that God's love seeks our highest good.
- How to experience God's love for you every day, and in different ways.
- How Jesus set us free from sin at the cross.
- The many different attributes of God's love.
- And much more.
The entire book is over 300 pages long. It is available for free both as an ebook and as an audio book. It is also available for purchase as a printed book. You can download the free versions or purchase a printed book at the One with Love Ministries website: www.onewithlove.org/book. You can also contact the author for speaking engagements, interviews and other inquiries at: firstname.lastname@example.org.