A book of power, beauty and grandeur, here is a majestic rendition of the love of God. Rarely has a piece of Christian literature combined the simplicity of the storytelling art with the profound depths of the Christian faith. In this sweeping saga, spanning from eternity to eternity, you will discover some of the deepest riches afforded the believer.
Who is fit to be the beautiful bride of God? How shall the Carpenter, rising from the dead, bring her forth? The story concludes at the consummation of the ages, when a victorious Lord takes his bride to himself. This truly is the greatest love story ever told.
©1984 Gene Edwards (P)2011 eChristian
I enjoy reading Lynn Austin's historical fiction. Her books oh the Civil are awesome as well.
I absolutely loved this book. Gene Edwards made me feel as though I were part of the story. I found it informative as well as comforting. I have listened to it several times! Paul Michael voice is pleasant and easy to listen to.
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A wonderful and imaginative and plausible glimpse into the heart and mind and plans & purposes of God. One of the best and most unique books I've ever come across. Great narration.
This gave me a totally new perspective on God's love for us!
The narrator was overall good although sometimes I couldn't tell when he was switching scenes or characters. I'm sure it's a tough thing to portray though.
No love is as passionate or intense as that of our Holy God.
The Host of Angels watching the story of love of God for mankind.
Jesus being nailed to a cross and the angels waiting for any request for rescue and watching Him joyously defeating the Devil with His death and resurrection.
God, His magnetic love of man, His creation and waiting for His bride.
Going to listen to it again, starting now.
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