I Am Second Hardback
Real Stories. Changing Lives.
by Dave Sterrett; Doug Bender;
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I Am Second
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Designed as a tool for evangelism, I Am Second is a passionately produced book packed with powerful testimonies dealing with the darkest moments of human experience, including:
Drug Abuse Brian Head Welch (ex-lead guitarist in Korn from California)
Death, Grief Vitor Belfort (Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) hero from Brazil)
Divorce, Anger Brian Sumner (Professional Skateboard from Liverpool)
Overcoming Disabilities Bethany Hamilton (Surfing star from Hawii who survived a vicious shark attack)
Near-Death Experience, Temptation Michael W. Smith (Iconic Christian Musician from Texas)
Each story tells of the redemptive power of the gospel to rescue us in the greatest depths of our human need, even in the secret areas of our lives. A total of 20 life-transforming testimonies, the book intelligently links to the website through QR Codes at the end of each story enabling readers to watch that person telling their story plus others similar video stories.
At the very end is an engaging, but simply explanation of the gospel linking to the I Am Second philosophy called: Who Is First? (about God), How Do I Become Second? (guide to salvation) and What Now? (explaining the Christian life be baptized, love people and God, communion, prayer, giving and telling others).
I Am Second by Dave Sterrett; Doug Bender was published by Thomas Nelson in December 2011 and is our 13319th best seller. The ISBN for I Am Second is 9781400203734.
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I Am Second Video Transcript
Life is so short and so urgent and we have a need to share the hope that we have with people who have no clue.
The I Am Second book is for inspiring the revolution of second among both believers and nonbelievers.
You gotta read it, check it out it's even more detailed than the films go.
They're are real-life stories and the mess that went with it and that's what makes them powerful and gripping.
And they go to the heart of why we're here and what we can be doing to serve the lord and people are moved by them.
They will look at their lives and say you know what, life is not done with me, there is hope I can live for Christ, I can have purpose, I can have meaning in my life and I believe through reading this book people are going to be changed.
So not matter what part of life they found themselves in it will challenge them to consider to think what their life might look like if Jesus was first.
You can have people that for once are saying I can connect with the story, maybe they read that one chapter over and over again which they connected with then they will go and share this book with others who are going to be able to connect with the specific stories that are in here because it's all powerful moments.
Any reader will come away from it inspired and hopefully thinking that that's the type of relationship they can have with Christ as well.
Sometimes what gets lost in the whole debate is that God is a personal God and these are the stories of people who have personally interacted with Him and their lives have been radically altered as a result of that.
To put it in perspective I am really second and Christ is first, His word is first, His love is first, His blood is first and now for me I am second and I enjoy it, thats who I'm meant to be I'm meant to be second.
He mended my heart.
He used my addiction for good.
He made it easier every day.
He was my only hope.
I know that that i'm not alone.
He's truth, He's security.
He changed my life.
Details for I Am Second
|Page last updated||23rd June 2017|
|Author / Artist||Dave Sterrett; Doug Bender|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (December 2011)|
|Number of Pages||240|