Last night I nearly didn't get to bed - I was still reading this book at 3 a.m. I got it on Kindle and have now ordered a paper copy.
True Muslims are seeking the Truth and the Bible promises that those who seek will find.
And now the Truth is coming supernaturally to meet them in their search.
This book grips just like God's Smuggler did in the 1960s.
Just as Brother Andrew got his Bibles into the USSR so God is getting His Word into Mecca.
I am praying for God to replace the fear and mistrust which some of us Christians have of Muslims, with a great love and compassion for them. We are not fighting against flesh and blood.
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This is the first book I have read by Jean Fullerton.
I met the author recently and was spellbound as she shared how she researches her books.
I was afraid that having seen Jean in the flesh (Well, in a swimsuit)and been so impressed with her friendliness, I might be disappointed with her books.
I needn't have worried.
I loved the book and Jean's attention to detail, especially the various aspects of life in the East End seen from different perspectives.
Some books have a tendency to wind down towards the end but this one maintained its momentum and the final chapters proved to be very exciting.
Jean is an author whose books I will be… Read more
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Sir George tried to unite Christianity with esoteric teachings.
The two won't mix. Egypt's magicians could replicate some plagues but admitted Moses' God was greater.
The 1st ref to the New age was in the Garden of Eden - "You shall be as gods"
The Bible gives warnings against such practices which destroyed king Manasseh.
New Agers are lovely people but are sadly seeking in the wrong places.