About the Author
The author of this third "Last Call?" book has been a Christian for most of his more than fifty years of life. Although he will admit that he has not always lived a life that honored God, and there are many things that he wishes he could do over God’s way. That is why he knows that he is a sinner and only worthy of salvation through the finished work of Jesus on the cross. More precisely, as our kinsman-redeemer, Jesus died spiritually on the cross as the penalty for our sins, and as the sacrificial Lamb of God, Jesus died physically on the cross as the atoning sacrifice for our sins. Then God, the Father resurrected Jesus from the dead to show us that He had accepted the spiritual and physical deaths of Jesus on the cross on our behalf, if we accept His spiritual and physical deaths on our behalf.
The author took the pen name – "John Watobe Hisserv,” which is short for “JOHN WAnts TO BE HIS SERVant” because his first book, the "Last call?" with the subtitle: "Are You Really Serving God?” and his second book with with subtitle: "A Christian Challenge to Atheists, Agnostics, and Skeptics!" were a labor of love, not a labor for glory. For all the glory goes to the Lord, especially since John feels that the Lord gave him insights that he never had. Furthermore, some of the presentations in the first version titled "Last Call?: Are You Really Serving God?" were a group effort.
John chose the title "Last call?" because it is a reference to one group of individuals, who accepted Christ, as their Lord and Savior, after being witnessed to by a Christian. All the members of this group later acknowledged that while they were being witnessed to, they heard a voice say something like "This is the last time that I am going to call you!” (Reference the conversion story of "Stephen Morin from a murderer and a rapist to a Christian," which is summarized in the first two versions of the “Last call?”)
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