Introducing Chuck Lormis, author of I Am: Who Jesus Is…in His Own Words

“This is the second book that I have published with Outskirts Press. I am satisfied with the way my book turned out. Overall, I think the process went well, and I think the finished product will be great. I look forward to receiving my free author’s copies. Thank you very much!”

Chuck Lormis has a Bachelor of Arts degree from North Central University and a Master of Divinity degree from the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary. He is an ordained minister, and has served as pastor, evangelist, educator, and missionary. He is author of the book, Cultivating Christian Character. He and his wife, Wilma, live in Bloomington, Illinois, where they base their ministry, M.A.D., Missions Awareness and Development.

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Book description…

Who Do You Say that I Am? Who is Jesus? The answer to this question depends on who you ask. To some, he was a healer, a deliverer, a great teacher, and a miracle worker. To others, he was a glutton, a drunkard, and a blasphemer. In the first three gospels, Matthew, Mark, and Luke record a conversation that Jesus had with his disciples. He asked them who the people say that he is. There were several suggestions – John the Baptist, Elijah, Jeremiah or one of the prophets. Jesus then asked them who they thought he is, and Peter replied that he was the Messiah, the Son of God. This account is not found in John’s gospel. John has a different focus in his writing. He identifies who Jesus is by using the very words of Jesus. This book takes a look at the claims made by Jesus, as to who he truly is. The statements made by Jesus in the Gospel of John and in the Book of Revelation give us a glimpse into the reality of who Jesus really is…in his own words. I invite you to consider the words of the Lord and then answer the question, “Who is Jesus?” for yourself.

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