New Book Offers Insights Linking Patterns of Salvation from Mosaic Law to New Testament Christian Spiritual Bonding with God

Returning not earning God's love is the subject of a new book, "The Bridge of Hearts: Building Trustworthy Connections," written by lifetime scripture analyst Johnny L. Dudley.
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The Bridge of Hearts - eBook
The Bridge of Hearts - eBook
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Aug. 22, 2020 - PRLog -- The Bridge of Hearts: Building Trustworthy Connections investigates God's spiritual instructions for our acceptance in the most secret place of his heart. The simple pattern he handed down to Moses on Mount Sinai illustrates the seven steps the Levites took to enter God's holiest place and commune with his Spirit. Jesus took the same steps to reinstate his connection with God after becoming the sins of the world—the same steps we must take to follow him through the narrow way that leads to life.

"Following Christ has everything to do with removing walls and building bridges in the spiritual realm."

Citing God's pattern as his divine instructions, The Bridge of Hearts shows us how to build solid spiritual connections with God and others, so we can finish our course with joy. It highlights a most essential truth embedded in Scripture—our works are not about earning God's love; they're about returning God's love.

About the Author

Johnny L. Dudley was born in Louisville, Kentucky, raised in Florida, and served in the Marine Corps in Vietnam. He is the father of three sons and is presently engaged as a real estate developer.

Johnny L. Dudley is based in Jacksonville, Florida, and is available for interviews and public speaking engagements. For more information, or to arrange an interview with Johnny L. Dudley, please contact: info(at)consecratedpress(dot)com

The Bridge of Hearts eBook is published by Consecrated Press LLC and is available from on their website:

eISBN: 978-1-7351900-0-6
Kindle Price: 14.99 USD – Free at launch.

Published by Consecrated Press LLC
11478 Pine Street
Jacksonville, Florida, US 32258


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