August 11, 2017
“Knowing Our Savior,” a discussion that tests the faith of all Christians by asking the most fundamental questions. “Knowing Our Savior” is the creation of published author, J.V. Lewis. J.V. Lewis grew up as a farm boy until he was fourteen when his parents bought a “Help Your Self Laundry” business in Carbon, Texas. While in Carbon, he started school in the eighth grade and graduated from High School in 1957. Upon graduation, he joined the work force and retired as a Journeyman Carpenter in 2000. J.V. met Nada Beard, who would later become his wife of fifty-seven years, at the Radio Church of God Feast of Tabernacles near Big Sandy, Texas in 1954. They were married at the same location during the Feast of Tabernacles in 1959 after many letters were mailed back and forth between Carbon, Texas and Eudora, Arkansas. They have three happily married children, nine grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren.
“Do we really know our Savior well enough to know that we can trust him with our lives? Do we know him well enough to know that if we are in a situation where serious punishment, maybe even death, is certain that we can trust him and say, “So be it”? Do we really believe that Jesus is the resurrection that he claims to be? Do we believe that, in him, even when we die, it is only the physical body? How well do we know the Savior we are following?” –J.V. Lewis
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, J.V. Lewis’ new book asks the questions that test the faith of all Christians.
“Christian” was once a derogatory term in the eyes of those who were not the followers of Christ. Because the true followers of Christ did not object to being called “Christians,” the name stuck. In many places and times, however, being identified as a Christian meant a death sentence.
The ultimate question for Christians is, therefore, whether or not the faithful trust Jesus enough to suffer through torture and death for their beliefs. The better the faithful know Christ, the better they can love and trust Him as they must.
View a synopsis of “Knowing Our Savior” on YouTube.
Consumers can purchase “Knowing Our Savior” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, Kobo or Barnes and Noble.