Good advertising tease, Victor!Blessings!
Thanx Lulu. The book is full of mystery leaving the reader to wonder what will happen next, as well as ask pertinent questions about one's faith.God bless you.
I would believe them. I've had things happen like this to me, not Jesus, but angels, I think. Once in a park at the Japanese Gardens in Seattle near a statute paying tribute to one of their god's or similar. I saw what looked like an angel statue from afar kind of glowing and told my husband I wanted to go photograph it. When we got there, I was looking all over by the other statue and he asked me what was wrong. I told him what I saw was not there. It's gone.
Thank you Kim. Apparitions DO happen often these days but unfortunately people are not willing to believe. This is the first book in my series of Christian books. It's quite an intriguing story; taking a well-known event (e.g. Lourdes) and re-writing it in a modern context. The story challenges the reader to ask: What if this happened to me, today, right now? What if my children, whom I love and trust and know not to tell lies, were to tell me today they saw Jesus (or Mary, or an Angel)? What would I do? Tell the priest? Or tell them to keep quiet?What if Jesus appeared to my children again and again? What then?What if I faced pressure and ridicule from family, friends and colleagues at work? What if the priest did not believe me or my children?The story keeps the reader guessing at what will happen next, and to do some real soul searching about their faith.God bless you.
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