Pearl is a retired Registered Nurse (RN). She was born in Ghana, West Africa; she’s lived in Maryland, U.S.A. over forty years. Pearl has three adult children, a daughter-in-law, a son-in-law, and four grandchildren. She loves to write poems and short articles based on Scripture (the Bible). In addition, Pearl is a volunteer counselor at a local Crisis Pregnancy Clinic.
Proof of Paternity: Are You a Child of God? is written to challenge its readers to ensure they have a relationship with God. Many people claim to be children of God but have no idea how they gained that status. Some claim their growing up in a church made them Christians; others equate their being created by God to being children of God. In our scientific world, children could find their biological parents through DNA testing. Similarly, there are traits that prove a person is a child of God. The Holy Bible, being the Word of God, has the answers we need. It tells us why we are NOT His children, how to become His children, and how to exhibit traits that are consistent with being a child of God. As you read this book, it is the author’s prayer that you will settle it in your mind, once and for all, whether or not you have a relationship with God. If you don’t, it tells you how to develop that relationship AND how to live in order to exhibit Godly traits. God Bless You!
“Prepare to Meet Your Maker” is a book of short articles that address the most important issues of life: God, man, sin, separation from God, forgiveness, death, judgment, and eternity. Once a person dies or once Jesus appears, it is too late to seek forgiveness. The Bible makes it clear that God is going to judge the world (people) someday because of man’s sinfulness. Only God knows the judgment date. That date can be any day now. The author hopes the articles contained herein will show the reader how to GET ready and Stay ready for Jesus’ inevitable return. No one will escape God’s judgment. Only those who have repented and put their faith in Jesus Christ will escape punishment because God has gracefully forgiven their sins on account of His Son’s – Jesus Christ’s – death.