MY THIRD BOOK
My name is Kennedy Ahenkora Adarkwa. I was born in Obogu, Ashanti Akim, Ghana. I had my Elementary and Technical education in Ghana. However, I had my undergraduate and postgraduate education in the United States of America. The purpose of this video presentation is to solicit your indulgence to promote my third book, titled The Anointing of God: Is it for a Select Few? Copies of the book can be purchased at Amazon.com. The book consists of nine chapters.
- In the first chapter, I deal with The History of the Practice of Anointing. In chapter 1, we will discover that anointing did not originate from the Hebrew people.
- The second chapter highlights The Meaning and Practice of anointing in the Old Testament. In this chapter we examine the anointing of the first king of Israel---King Saul
- Chapter three focuses on the choice of David and its ramifications: the anointing of the second king of Israel.
- In chapter four the attention is set on Solomon, the third king of Israel. The book does not gloss over the shortcomings of these kings despite their anointing.
- Chapter five shifts attention from the Monarchs to the anointing of the prophets. Among the prophets, I selected Elijah, the most prominent prophet in the Old Testament.
- Chapter six explores the anointing of the prophet Elisha. Elisha requested a double portion of the anointing of Elijah before God took the latter home.
- Chapter seven makes a transition from the Old Testament to the New Testament. The emphasis of this chapter is placed on the Ultimate Anointing: the anointing of Jesus.
- Chapter eight poses a question which is the gist of the book, “are all Christians anointed?”
- Chapter nine postulates that some preachers and Christian leaders contradict biblical revelation of anointing.
You must purchase a copy of the book to find the biblical answer to the gist of the book. The book has been written with the laity in mind. However, scholars will also benefit from reading the book. In my hand is a copy of the book. Get your copy today. Thanks.