War in a Bottle

by Dr. Joseph Luxum



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 7/10/2012

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 384
ISBN : 9781449750985
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 384
ISBN : 9781449750992
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 384
ISBN : 9781449750978

About the Book

The Supernatural Power of Peace

All people contain DNA. Recent studies have revealed that genes remember the past and to a certain extent can influence the present. The environment in which we live influences not only the development of our psyche but also the overall disposition in which genes play a larger role than previously thought.

In Matthew 5:9, Jesus declared: “Blessed are the peacemakers for they will be called sons of God.” Just as the Word suggests, it is not the war-makers that are blessed, but the peacemakers.

Whatever we scarcely pay attention to, as being unattractive and not dramatic enough to grab our attention, God chose to astound the world.

First Corinthians 1:25 says, “The foolishness of God is wiser than men, and the weakness of God is stronger than men.”

This book deals with the supernatural nature of peace, which actually heals and restores.

More than ever before, the modern lifestyle robs us of peace; as a result, people seek an escape from stress. Some find it in chemical substances; others in time off, relaxation, or meditation. But there is a peace that surpasses human understanding.

Like walking firebombs, which are bottles filled with petrol ready to go off, some people go through life without any purpose. As the title of this book suggests, the bottle must be emptied of all flammable substances; for only then one will find the much-sought-after commodity, which is the healing and restoring power of peace.

About the Author

Dr. Joseph Luxum is a preacher and Bible teacher. For more than 22 years he lived in the Holy Land where he acquired a vast knowledge about Judaism and Christianity. As an author of many books Dr. Luxum opens your mind to things not yet considered and in that sense he reforms. His writing style is both academic and frank. He makes a blunt statement and then unravels a wealth of knowledge behind it. To the delight of those who are tired of religious redundancy Luxum combines science with logic and clear grasp of the world from which life emerged. He does not belong to any particular religion, he calls himself a child of God.