Amid this atmosphere of uncertainty, Joshua returns to reassure the people of Auburn by reminding them of the lessons he left them years before. He explains that God is love, not a monster intent on punishing them. But when an immense earthquake and other "signs of the apocalypse" seem to abound, Joshua realizes that his wisdom must reach beyond this small town to help the rest of the world.
©1999 Joseph F. Girzone; (P)2000 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
"Girzone uses Jesus' relationships with both God and others to define what intimacy with God looks like." (Publishers Weekly)
"Girzone draws on the wisdom of the centuries, writing [with] humanity and spirit." (Kirkus Reviews)
"Girzone's empathy for the loneliness and insecurity of being human guides readers toward a more satisfying religious experience." (Booklist)
I'm an avid listener with over 1000 books in my library. I have a job that requires me to travel about 1000 miles per week.
No matter what a person's religion is Joshua is a terrific story.
Reflects Jesus's love for us and not judging. Acceptance of those around us regardless how we look or say. Highly recommend this audio book.
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