Even though the text is for the more mature reader, the realistic Bible pictures will draw in the younger children affording the parents an opportunity to discuss the stories with the children in their own words. The many Bible references and quotations provide opportunities to gather additional information directly from God’s Word.
The story of Jesus, the “King of Glory,” begins before time when he plans for a people who will love and fellowship with him. The story continues as it weaves its way through the creation, the rebellion of Lucifer (Satan) and the angels (demons) who followed him and how Satan has repeatedly deceived people beginning with Adam and Eve. Yet Jesus Christ, the King of Glory, has won his battle with Satan and death, and continues to fight for us today.
This book is Biblically sound and is valuable for helping people of all ages grasp the depths of God’s love for mankind and the great lengths he has been willing to go to woo us back from Satan’s clutches here on earth.
Author P.D. Bramsen worked many years as missionaries in heavily Muslim populated Sengal, West Africa, near the Sahara Desert, where they raised their three children. His writings reflect a depth of understanding of the scriptures as well as his desire to encourage others to dig deeper and to learn from God’s Word.
You can read King of Glory on the One God One Message website. Once you have seen it, you won’t be satisfied to have to boot up your computer to read it again on the screen. You will want a copy of your own. Copies of King of Glory may be purchased at Amazon.com, Barnes&Noble.com, or atGoodSeed.com.
Because I happened to get a second free copy over a slip-up in the delivery, I am offering one free copy to one person whose name is drawn from those who leave comments below. (I plan to do the drawing on June 4, but be patient with me. This date falls one day before my mother’s 94th birthday and I will be with her in Tennessee. I may be a few days late in following through.)
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