If you have a Kindle, Kindle Fire, iPad, Nexus, Galaxy, or any computer with Kindle apps on it, my e-book, What’s In It For Me? is free on March 26 and March 27 through Amazon.
Amazon Book Description:
Every decision we make in life, we ask ourselves: “What’s in it for me?”
Admittedly, we Christians hate conceding this question sprints across our cranial synapses before we make spiritual decisions, but it always does. For more mature believers, the answers arrive in nanoseconds. Younger Christians may struggle and wrestle within themselves for a longer period of time before making their decisions.
But the result is always the same: the what’s-in it-for me-question is answered before decisions are made.
For example, who would ever give his life to the Lord? Or who would travel as a missionary to a distant land? Or who would willingly become a martyr? No one would do these things unless the Lord offered us something better in return for our decisions.
Okay, what about giving hard earned money to poor Asians? What’s in it for me?
Two thirds of the world’s population lives in Asia, with China and India accounting for approximately 60% of the total population. Less than 5% of Asians know the Lord and many have never even heard of Jesus. Thousands of Christians are imprisoned for their faith in China, North Korea, Vietnam, and Laos. Other believers are harassed and murdered. Millions now face starvation with no hope in sight and gendercide is being carried out against females in China and India.
So what’s in it for me?
What’s In It For Me? reveals how helping the least, the Asians, may be the perfect insurance policies for our futures here on earth, especially those of us who live on the West Coast.
I believe this may be one of the most important books any believer will ever read.
Print Length: 56 pages File Size: 193 KB Regular Price: $ .99