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Publisher : Zeus Publications
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ISBN 10 : 1921574186
Pages : 177 pages
Rating : 4.5/5 (921 downloads)

Download Gatekeepers PDF Format Full Free by Kobina Amissah Fynn and published by Zeus Publications. This book was released on 2009 with total page 177 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Set in a small coastal village in Ghana, "Gatekeepers" explores the coming of the World-Saviour of the end times from the perspective of six World Religions; demonstrates the essential oneness of the Religions; and makes a case for unity amongst the followers of these Religions in the search for this divine world Figure. The story unfolds with the arrival, from the US, of Kojo Apiata and his American wife, at his ancestral home of Bibiriba, on the shores of Ghana, for what was intended to be a short visit. Little did he imagine then, that he would be entrusted with the affairs of this remote community as the village Chief, and that those affairs would draw him slowly but inexorably into the vortex of a search for the Promised Redeemer of the end times, a search that was soon to widen to assume global dimensions... The author, who is from Ghana, presently resides in East Timor with his wife and three children. "Gatekeepers" is his first novel.

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Night of the Transition

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Publisher : Poseidon Books
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ISBN 10 : 1921919604
Pages : 286 pages
Rating : 4.9/5 (921 downloads)

Download Night of the Transition PDF Format Full Free by Kobina A. Fynn and published by Poseidon Books. This book was released on 2012 with total page 286 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: He stunned me with the announcement: "Now I wish to unveil to your very eyes the heart of the Gospel, the most ignored and hidden mystery of the Return, the Evangel's best kept secret. Anyone who has access to this knowledge already has one foot in the sacred threshold of paradise, his heart ready for that one spark to set it ablaze with the sublime vision of the Rapture." I began to shake like a leaf on a tempestuous night. It is December 1999-on the eve of a brave new millennium-and against the backdrop of shifting geography, history and religion, one determined pilgrim, in the company of over a thousand other intoxicated lovers of Jesus, is on a long arduous journey, from the coastal regions of West Africa across the shimmering sands of the Sahara to the edge of the Holy Land to witness the Rapture of Christ on that unforgettable Night of the Transition. By the author of Gatekeepers: The Quest for Clues to an Age-Old Riddle, this religious fiction offers alternative, refreshing and thought-provoking insights into the great issues of the Bible-issues that have confounded countless generations of believers-such as the creation story, proof of the existence of God, Satan, the virgin birth, miracles, the Trinity, heaven and hell, the Second Coming, the Resurrection, the Judgment, and the end of the world.