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Fragile Vessels with Divine Treasure: Book Three

Nosayaba Evbuomwan

"Fragile Vessels with Divine Treasure is an oxymoronic title, just like the words 'bitter-sweet, ' and you are confronted with that oxymoron throughout the book: a fragile humanity with huge capacity for divinity with the paradox of the Almighty Father permitting the crushing of our fragile humanity in order to produce a more beautiful humanity able to partner with divinity." -KIZOR AKARAIWE ESQ, Legal Practitioner/Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN)

Having established the foundation for human fragility, Fragile Vessels with Divine Treasure answers the question asked in Psalm 8:4a, "What is man, that thou are mindful of him?" It elucidates how, despite our fragility, God partners with us in His choice to form, make, and use us to show His manifold wisdom, beauty, and glory to principalities, powers, and all men. The book speaks to the oxymoron of 2 Corinthians 4:7 and why God, having given us such capacity, places His divine treasure in fragile vessels so that the excellency of the power may be of Him and not of us.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Trilogy Christian Publishing
  • Publish Date: Jun 11st, 2024
  • Pages: 246
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 8.50in - 5.50in - 0.52in - 0.64lb
  • EAN: 9798890419354
  • Categories: Christian Living - InspirationalChristian Living - Personal GrowthChristian Living - Spiritual Growth

About the Author

Evbuomwan, Nosayaba: - Dr. Nosayaba Evbuomwan is noted for his revelatory and insightful teaching and exposition of the Scriptures. He was called to the ministry from an early age, and his involvement and leadership span over four decades as he was serving in various capacities in Nigeria, the UK, and the USA. Dr. Evbuomwan's ministry work has found extensive reception in Mexico, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Chile, and Peru. He holds a PhD in mechanical engineering from City University of London, UK.