The Face of God

The Face of God When Senior Pastor Daniel Lawson Steps Down From His Mega Church In An Attempt To Rediscover The Fervent Love Of God He Once Had, He Stumbles Upon One Of The Mysterious Stones Used By The High Priest In The Old Testament And Soon Finds Himself Rushing To Different Parts Of The Arab World In A Race With A Terrorist To Find The Other Stones THE PASTOR His Wife Of Twenty Three Years Has Been Murdered His Faith In God Is Crumbling Before His Very Eyes Now, With His Estranged Son, He Sets Out To Find The Supernatural Stones Spoken Of In The Bible Stones That Will Enable The Two Of Them To Hear The Audible Voice Of God Stones That May Rekindle Their Dying Faith And Love.THE TERRORIST He Has Also Learned Of The Stones He Too Must Find Them But For Much Darker Reasons As The Mastermind Of A Deadly Plot That Will Soon Kill Millions, He Has Had A Series Of Dreams That Instruct Him To First Find The Stones Everything Else Is In Place The Wrath Of Allah Is Poised And Ready To Be Unleashed All That Remains Is For Him To Obtain The Stones.With The Lives Of Millions Hanging In The Balance, The Opposing Faiths Of These Two Men Collide In An Unforgettable Showdown The Face Of God Is Another Thrilling And Thought Provoking Novel By A Master Of The Heart And Suspense, Bill Myers. I ve become a Bill Myer through books like Eli and The God Hater As I looked over the rest of his bibliography, I found The Face of God The story is engaging and exciting It shared some similarities to the Biblical archaeology plot of Babylon Rising by Tim LaHaye though to be fair, Babylon Rising was published almost a year after Face of God I always find it exciting to see characters recovering the sacred artifacts I have read about in the scriptures My favorite part of Face of God is I ve become a Bill Myer through books like Eli and The God Hater As I looked over the rest of his bibliography, I found The Face of God The story is engaging and exciting It shared some similarities to the Biblical archaeology plot of Babylon Rising by Tim LaHaye though to be fair, Babylon Rising was published almost a year after Face of God I always find it exciting to see characters recovering the sacred artifacts I have read about in the scriptures My favorite part of Face of God is the message After reading the whole book, I found myself challenged to examine the way I treat the people around me The main character, a successful Pastor of a large church named Daniel Lawson, struggles as he confronts his own prejudi
Every now and then I like to consume bad Christian fiction Sometimes it s in the form of a movie starring Kirk Cameron I haven t read a Christian novel in years, probably the last one was one of the Tim LaHaye Left Behind books I got curious about this book while reading through the book of Leviticus in the Bible There s an obscure and mysterious reference in Leviticus to two gemstones called Urim and Thummim which were used and worn by the high priest of Israel and which scholars speculate Every now and then I like to consume bad Christian fiction Sometimes it s in the form of a movie starring Kirk Cameron I haven t read a Christian novel in years, probably the last one was one of the Tim LaHaye Left Behind books I got curious about this book while reading throug
Sometimes I feel compelled to read things outside of comfort zone This is not my first Christian Lit book, but it may be my last as many of them contain seriously offensive streotypes This one had especially good mainstream reviews, so we ll see.UPDATE Drivel disguised as action adventure.Okay, so I was right, still the same old stereotypes, but they masquerade as something else It is offensive that Myers gets away with such nonsense as claiming the Sudanese converts to Christianity are so e Sometimes I feel compelled to read things outside of comfort zone This is not my first Christian Lit book, but it may be my last as many of them contain seriously offensive streotypes This one had especially good mainstream reviews, so we ll see.UPDATE Drivel disguised as action adventure.Okay, so I was right, still the same old stereotypes, but they masquerade as something else It is offensive that Myers gets away with such nonsense as claiming the Sudanese converts to Christianity are so enthralled that despite starvation and refugee camps, their joy at finding true religion is such that they can smile through it all He has the audacity to make this claim at leas
Good, but definitely not Bill Myers best The violence and bickering between the father and son made it a bit difficult to finish. An Author s Great ImaginationI ve never read anything by Bill Myers, but now I will seek out his other writings The Face of God is listed as a supernatural thriller, a classification I suspect people will agree with As a Christian, I know how truly supernatural God is, so everything in this book could be possible However, I also believe that God uses items in His appropriate time, so treasures like the Ark of the Covenant probably no longer exist on our plane That being said, I enjoyed Mr An Author s Great ImaginationI ve never read anything by Bill Myers, but now I will seek out his other writings The Face of God is listed as a supernatural thriller, a classification I suspect people will agree with As a Christian, I know how truly supernatural God is,
I loved it But all of his books are very good Very good book I love the history and imagery The premise is so appropriate considering the time we live in The Face of God and how does a Christian see Him, versus a Muslim Worth reading. A definite page turner, start to finish.Very high paced, deeply spiritual and an entirely radical plunge into the love of Yaweh A must read for any age group. I cannot recommend this book highly enough. The characters are very well developed, with all the faults and foibles that we humans have The story line grabs and keeps your interest from the first page to the last There is a supernatural aspect to the plot, and a Christian influence all the way through This story touched deep to my very soul There is a lot of suspense and twists and turns you do not expect at all This is the first book by this author I have read, but it certainly won t be th I cannot recommend this book highly enough. The characters are very well developed, with all the faults and foibles that we
Wow It is funny how God directed me to start reading this book just one week after we started reading So You Don t Want to Go to Church Any An Unexpected Journey See my review of that HERE in case you missed it It is such a God incidence This Christian fiction book takes you on a journey with Pastor Daniel, his son Tyler and a cast of other characters including a terrorist and his buddies On the journey they try and find the lost stones Wow It is funny how God directed me to start reading this book just one week after we started reading So You Don t Want to Go to Church Any An Unexpected Journey See my review of that HERE in case you missed it It is such a God incidence This Christian fiction book takes you on a journey with Pastor Daniel, his son Tyler and a cast of other characters including a terrorist and his buddies On the journey they try and find the lost stones from the breastplate of the High Priest of Israel as well as the Urim and the Thumim that are supposed to help you hear the audible voice of God