Book deals with most important issues affecting mankind
William H. Wetmore announces release of ‘Behold, the Son of God’
PINEHURST, N.C. – William H. Wetmore’s book, “Behold, the Son of God: The Epistle to the Romans” (published by WestBow Press) presents divine truths, which when accepted, will lead to a stronger and more committed relationship with God. In summary, this commentary deals with three primary subjects: the gospel of God, the doctrine of election, and Christian behavior in response to the gospel. The apostle Paul teaches that beliefs determine behavior.
As a commentary, this book is addressed primarily to lay people who seek the truths of the Scripture to instruct and equip them for salvation through faith in Jesus Christ. This book teaches how to live faithfully today and how to anticipate the future with confidence.
The apostle Paul said: there is no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus. In addition, he confirmed that there is no separation from the love of God for those who are in Christ Jesus. God, the Father, has sent his son, Jesus Christ, to die on the Cross to redeem and reconcile His people. God will equip Christians to love and to live with confidence in this secular world,” the author explains.
“You might think you can—but you cannot live a meaningful life without the love and will of God directing every step in your lives,” Wetmore says. “The love of God in the people of God is the foundation of a life in which we are thoroughly equipped for every good work—pleasing to God”.
“Behold, the Son of God” addresses the most important questions and issues affecting mankind.
“Behold, the Son of God”
By William H. Wetmore
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 262 pages | ISBN 9781512789355
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 262 pages | ISBN 9781512789348
E-Book | 262 pages | ISBN 9781512789331
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About the Author
William H. Wetmore graduated from Duke University and Lehigh University, and had a successful career in engineering science, primarily in teaching and in basic research. He was a member of the engineering faculty at Lehigh and UCLA before becoming a division director at the National Science Foundation (NSF). After retiring from NSF, he served as associate dean of engineering at West Virginia University.
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