Larkspur, CO, February 06, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- More than 1,500 people will receive a terminal illness diagnosis each day. Receiving that diagnosis causes many people to go into a tailspin of despair and depression. This is rarely considered a gift, but that is exactly what Baker conveys using his own experience and the truths of the Bible in his new book, For Thou Art With Me." With gentleness and candor, he explores the universal questions of why me, why now, and why this.
Baker says, "Your life will be so totally transformed by the truths presented in this book that people will look at you the same way they look at me: As someone who possesses something different. As someone who has a peace that surpasses all comprehension."
Baker further explains, "The answer to why people fear death is obvious. All people know that 1) God exists, 2) that there is life after death, 3) that what one does in this life has a direct bearing on one’s life after death, and 4) that between themselves and God something is wrong. This is why people fear death. Knowing why we are afraid to die does not help us overcome our fear of death. Exploring the reason for this fear is the antidote provided."
Bruce Baker is the Pastor at Washington County Bible Church (Brenham, TX). He formerly served as pastor in Michigan and Missouri. He has held the position as professor at Grace School of Theology (TX) and Calvary University (MO). He has taught in seven different countries on four continents. Dr. Baker is a contributing author to the book Progressive Dispensationalism as well as the author of numerous journal and magazine articles. He is the award-winning author of Spiritual Maturity . Pastor Baker and his wife, Bonnie, have been married over 35 years and have three children and eight grandchildren.
Grace Acres Press is proud to present a valuable resource to so many people who are struggling with disease and upcoming death. This new book is available at GraceAcresPress.com, Amazon, or wherever fine books are sold. It is also available as an ebook.