Queen Elizabeth II has birthday praise ahead of turning 90-years-old next month. In her new book, the Queen of England says she serves one king, Jesus Christ. Undoubtedly, the Son of Man has a special role in Elizabeth’s life, citing an Anglican report.
Elizabeth and Mark Greene, executive director of LICC, are co-authors of the book, “The “Servant Queen and the King She Serves.” The memoir is an exploration, revelation, and homage to the Queen’s Christian faith and Jesus. Advance copies have reached over 50,000 orders.
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Sources say 25,000 tickets for the Queen’s birthday soiree in May (she was born in April), went on sale late last year and sold out in hours. It speaks to the British Royal’s enduring popularity.
The Foreword to the birthday biography shows a humble side to Queen Elizabeth. Despite occupying a role in England that symbolizes sovereign power, she thinks of herself as a steward of humanity. She bestows the higher honor to God’s Son.
“I have been — and remain — very grateful to you for your prayers and to God for his steadfast love. I have indeed seen His faithfulness.”
Greene weighed in on the upcoming book. He marvels at the sheer number of people who are curious about Elizabeth’s spirituality and religiosity. She’s cultivated a close walk with her Lord and Savior over nine decades and made it the mainstay of her ideology, according to Greene.
“As I’ve been writing this book and talking about it to friends, to family who don’t know Jesus, to my Jewish barber, I’ve been struck how very interested they are to discover more about the Queen’s faith.
“The Queen has served us all her adult life, with amazing consistency of character, concern for others and a clear dependence on Christ. The more I’ve read what she’s written and talked to people who know her, the clearer that is.”
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