Truth Pursuits: There’s Nothing Trivial about It!


Truth Pursuits: There’s Nothing Trivial about It!
Written by Mark Edgemon

Dr. Yassef Hakim was a doctor in theology and held several impressive degrees from prominent universities throughout the world. He studied various religions and was considered by his colleagues a walking encyclopedia of knowledge of religious studies. Yes Yassef knew religion, he knew it well, but he didn’t know God.

The bible was more of an historical book of knowledge to him. Although he would never come out and say it, he saw God more as a concept, rather than a Person and more importantly as the Creator.

He traveled about giving speeches and guest lectures, which were often dry and uninteresting. He didn’t see anything wrong with looking at God and religion as historical and sociological, instead of the Creator and his children.

One day, as Dr. Yassef Hakim was walking into his kitchen for a glass of water, he had a stroke and fell to the floor. He saw a light in his inner eyes and called out, but no one was there, except for the angel, who was ordered to escort him to his new home, a place separated from God. As he slipped into death, for a moment of time he saw The Eyes of the Almighty and said his dying utterance, “God!”

Copyright © 2008 Mark Edgemon

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