John Lyndon Green Analyzes Jesus’ Statements in His Self Published Book

How Jesus made the gates of Heaven available to everyone is analyzed in the self-published book, Entering Into Heaven.

Philadelphia, PA, March 03, 2009 --( John Lyndon Green manages to bring forth Jesus’ words into life in his new self-published book, Entering Into Heaven.

While Bible passages are dissected and scrutinized, the reader will begin to analyze the words and the statements not just through their context but also the meaning behind them. What one will learn from this Xlibris release includes Jesus’ battle with Satan, how humans are in the middle of it, and how judgment day validates our existence in this world.

Entering into Heaven evokes the spiritual in everyone and strengthens one’s faith with Jesus. This self-published book will bring you closer to Him and even encourage you to start picking up the Bible for some enlightenment of your own.

About the Author
John Lyndon Green is the seventh son and youngest of fourteen children, born and raised in Blackwater, Missouri. He is forty-eight years old, married with five children and has one grandson. Green has a love and trust for God who has carried him through many trials, one of them being cancer.

He likes to write hoping to give the precious gift of love and grace God has given him, hallowing God’s name above all. Having farmed and been a miner, Green realized the need for God’s helping hand not only for favorable weather but also for protection.

About Xlibris
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