THE LION OF JACOB is Released
A man with torn beliefs since he was a kid, a man born in between liberals and conservatives, The Lion of Jacob shares awakening not just physically but spiritually. Inspired by his deep and widened understanding of the love of God, the author shares an intimate walk with Christ that will inspire and touch every reader's heart. "The Family" chronicles the author's fight for truth from within the darkness of this world.
News of crimes, natural disasters, wars, and political scandals are more or less making headlines in almost all news papers, internet articles and television and radio news. In this world flooded with those kinds of negativities, a man stands up and invites readers to awaken from their deep sleep and realize that there is still hope and assurance of love and care in God's arms.
A walk that he had taken himself is selflessly shared as The Lion of Jacob aims to spread the love of the same Savior who had changed his life. With narratives of bits and pieces of his life and his family's, The Lion of Jacob delivers a personal account of faith and belief so personal that it directly talks to each and every one personally delivering the message of hope he wants readers to receive and embrace.
A multitude of people, a number of beliefs, and a whole lot of souls with varying stands in life are the target audiences of this book. "The Family" is more than just a man's narrative of his faith and life but a testimony of the Lord's goodness and love he wants everyone to experience too.
About the Author
The Lion of Jacob was born on August 29, 1965 into a family of two worlds; a Western British liberal world and a Native African conservative religious world. Either of the nations, including all nations across the globe, fully appreciates the true identity and value of God's love. The author believes that all have a purpose to carry out in life and given other talents should one fall.
The Family* by The Lion of Jacob
Ending The Disturbances Within
Publication Date: January 10, 2014
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