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My Life My Faith Volume I published into Ukrainian in Ukraine
The Baruch Publishing House located in Kiev of Ukraine published a renowned televangelist Dr. Jaerock Lee's autobiography My Life My Faith I in Ukrainian, reports press release.
This book introduces to the readers the author's birth, growth, suffering at the doorstep of death, and first meeting with the living God, and the journey of his faith in a dramatic order.
When medicine failed to heal his many ailments, they disappeared rapidly once his sister “brought him to Christ”, as the expression goes.
His account of trying to be cured of illness by drinking from latrines is rather appalling, but the desperation it illustrates is later resolved by his embrace to Christianity.
The candid and vivid description of his life in Christ after meeting with God has been the subject of adoration of many pastors and readers alike.
Dr. Lee’s life is one of the most dramatic cases in which one’s life can change so much before and after knowing God. His life shows us how a life of complete obedience to God and complete devotion can bear so much fruit spiritually and materially.
The account of Dr. Lee, who through his ministry creates out of nothing and plainly shows all types of biblical signs and wonders in our time, teaches today's Christians the true purpose of life and provides them with the secret to success in both flesh and in spirit.
This book has been published into English, Japanese, Russian, and Korean, and gained great favor and love from many pastors and readers.
Furthermore, Baruch published already two titles of Dr. Lee's book; God the Healer and The Message of the Cross in Russian.
Author Dr. Jaerock Lee, one of the Top 10 Most Influential Christian Leaders in 2009 named by Christian Telegraph has founded many missionary groups and organizations, and his church has 100,000 members and 9,000 branch churches around the world. World Christian Doctors Network founded by Dr. Lee held its conference in Kiev in 2009.