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Saint's Treasure Audiobook

Saint's Treasure

What happens when we die? Do saved souls grow wings, play harps, and sit on clouds? Or as a 'cloud of witnesses,' do the saints share with each other their unique lives that glorified God? Saint's Treasure follows Christian believers after their earthly death to the new life that awaits them in the presence of the Lord.Kenneth is an aged man just arriving.
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Publisher's Summary

"He who has an ear, let him hear what the Spirit says...I will also give him a white stone with a new name written on it, known only to him who receives it." (Revelation 2:17).

What happens when we die? Do saved souls grow wings, play harps, and sit on clouds? Or as a "cloud of witnesses", do the saints share with each other their unique lives that glorified God?

Saint's Treasure follows Christian believers after their earthly death to the new life that awaits them in the presence of the Lord. Kenneth is an aged man just arriving. William has been awaiting judgment for more than 100 Earth years. Eloise regularly attends swaps, learning more about the sovereignty of the Lord. Lajeanna learns that her inimitable experiences reveal the mysterious nature of God's work. Curt lives on the outer loop and is a content gatekeeper. It is common for Leonard to witness how the Lord protected him as a police officer. These and other souls have specific duties planned for them once they arrive in eternity. Souls glorify the Lord in Saint's Treasure, where they witness one another's treasures as they are stored in heaven.

Author Mark H. Durham did not have a blinding-light, near-death experience in which he gained this story; he is simply curious about what stories heaven will hold. His hope is to inspire believers into greater service (Titus 3:8). As a graduate of John Brown University, Mark works as a social worker in Oklahoma, where he is blessed with his wife, Rebekah, and four children.

©2009 Mark H. Durham (P)2009 Tate

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