by Ben Ammi
What comes to mind when you hear the phrase, “everlasting life?” Living forever? Chances are that you respond with an incredulous shrug and hastily dismiss the possibility altogether. After all, you consider death to be the first step on the road “back to your Maker,” as the local minister and mortician have convinced you to believe. In fact, the looming specter of death and all of its inevitability is so well established that you dare not challenge is preeminence, if only out of fear of being ridiculed and ostracized.
Yet Ben Ammi leads you into the midst of the naysayers with a disarmingly simple and fundamental approach.
“Everlasting life has but one enemy: death.”
Indeed, as Ben Ammi outlines in compelling detail, the two forces are diametrically opposed. He calls into question death’s widespread acceptance and its assumed position as “just another part of life.” Based on the Holy Scriptures, as all of his previous works, the author again expands our understanding of the Word, this time to encompass diet, exercise, mental state and their synergy with truth. Not long after delving into this most challenging work, you just might find yourself moving to another though about everlasting life and much closer to a new reality. Ben Ammi makes sense of the Biblical passage, “Death is swallowed up in victory,” and at the same time has made the inconceivable not only plausible, but practical and attainable.
Paperback: 190 pages