I AM: 365 Names of God by John Paul Jackson is an excellent resource for every Christian home. When my father was dying in February of 2016, we used this CD to help him.
Dad died at home. It was hard. But it was the way of my father to want to stay home through his entire life. At times, Dad was very negative about nursing homes. I know this is a problem for some people who are older. In younger generations of America, we see the necessity to be gracious about these sorts of decisions when it comes to caring for aging parents and grandparents.
But for Dad, it was necessary to respect and understand his point of view as an aging man who died when he was 81. Dad watched his own mother die from uterine cancer when he was 14. I don’t think I understand my father’s point of view and so I respect and appreciate the life lessons my father taught me.
I now have the lasting memory of the last few weeks of my father’s life being mostly at home before he breathed his last. And this CD above helped us in the hardest of times for the last week of Dad’s life. This is why I’m recommending it today as I also pray for the Jackson Family of Streams Ministries International.
John Paul Jackson died before my father died. It was on February 18, 2015, when this major prophet breathed his last. I do not think American Christians appreciated his sacrifices enough any more than I know American Christians didn’t appreciate my father’s sacrifices. But that is okay because the world was not worthy of these two men and their little sister, this author, testifies to their beautiful lives as men of God living in this times of earth’s history in my testimonial series of books going to publication.
If you are suffering through life trials, then I highly recommend I AM: 365 Names of God by John Paul Jackson. Psalm 23 comes to mind. Yeah, though we walk through valleys of the shadow of death, we fear no evil for You are with us, oh God.
Let me encourage any readers to believe on the Lord Jesus Christ as Robert Hilton Beaty, Jr, my father and John Paul Jackson do. He is our only hope in a world lost and broken, all glory to God.