New book conveys life-shaping lessons based on the Scripture and the Book of Revelations.
June 26, 2014 (Newswire) - Inspired by his faith in the Almighty God and the Holy Spirit, author Dwight Cavaness decided to write a book to convey his beliefs and his experiences to readers everywhere. The author hopes to show them the 'Holy Spirit - Truth and Revelation' to inspire and sway them with the spiritual teachings within its pages.
Cavaness based his book on the Scripture and his desire to show them the ways that have shaped his life. The theme of the work is bringing the Holy God and the Lamb to the forefront, letting the Spirit of Truth reveal what is to come, pointing out things that are not of God, and offering opinions on parts of the U.S. Constitution. The book is full of important information and what is termed as 'Revelation Knowledge,' which tell of the trial of Jesus. Cavaness draws from his study of the Holy Spirit and the experiences that happened in his life to deliver this impassioned work with the aim of helping others find their way in life.
The 'Holy Spirit - Truth and Revelation' awaits readers everywhere. Cavaness' work will surely prove insightful and inspiring to Christians seeking to peruse a new religious experience. This book is also available through Barnes & Noble and Amazon.
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About the Author
Dwight Henry Cavaness was born at the Carswell Air Force Base Hospital in Fort Worth, Texas on November 19, 1956. He grew up in Dalworth, a small black community located within the city of Grand Prairie, Texas. He has two beautiful daughters and two son-in-laws and one granddaughter.
HOLY SPIRIT - TRUTH AND REVELATION * by Dwight Cavaness
JESUS, THE SON OF MAN ON TRIAL
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 136 pages; 9781493154791
e-book; $XX.xx; 9781493154807
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