The sale is ending on “Daniel’s Mighty Men” soon…
Some of you may have noticed that I’ve had a sale on all of my Christian books for a couple of months now. They’ve all been $.99 everywhere I remembered to change the price.
It’s been a good thing, but now it’s time to get this book to a reasonable price. That will probably happen before the end of July.
The reviews are good, the link is to Peter Younghusband’s review.
Daniel’s Mighty Men is returning to $2.99
Give me a break!
Surely I cannot be saying that there are Christians who could be black ops covert warriors. But yes, that’s what I’m saying. In fact, I’m sure there must be some of them as the Lord has His sheep spread like salt throughout the earth. Now there are certainly no Christian porn workers or porn movie producers, but warriors? Of course there are.
David’s mighty men are given good coverage in the Bible. In 2 Samuel 22 and 1 Chronicles 11, David’s mighty men did amazing feats. They snuck David water from the center of the enemy camp after David vaguely wished for it.
Abishai, the brother of Joab, was the leader of the Thirty. He once used his spear to kill 300 enemy warriors in a single battle. It was by such feats that he became as famous as the Three. [1 Chrin 11:20 NLT]
Josheb-Basshebeth, a Tahkemonite, was chief of the Three; he raised his spear against eight hundred men, whom he killed in one encounter. [2 Sam 23:8 NIV]
These were supernaturally anointed warriors. But that begs the question:
How would Christian warriors act?
They would do their work with love, care, prayer, and guidance from the Holy Spirit, of course. This book is written by a spirit-filled pastor with decades of experience in hearing from the Lord in very trying circumstances. You will be immersed in Christian living at a level most people never experience. Do you feel the need to hear from the Lord on a regular basis for practical guidance in daily living? This novel will show you how to do that.
The scenario may seem extreme, but only if you have not lived in New Mexico for the past three decades. Radical Mexicans get the money, supplies, training, and leadership they need—to do what they have been talking about since the mid-20th century, at least. The invasion comes suddenly on Cinco de Mayo. The burden of repelling the invaders and saving the union falls on Senator Daniel Aragon, the presidential candidate with the character to do what Washington shockingly refuses to allow. The Lord gives the authority and provides the warriors. How will it all work out? What’s His plan?
It’s a fun read, with real spiritual training and discipleship at its core. There’s a lot of action, but these aren’t trigger-happy cowboys shootin’ up the range. They are warriors led by a former CIA assassin who’s now a spirit-filled pastor. In Washington, experience a situation room meeting of horror and one led by the Spirit of God. A Godly political leader? Put that in your pipe and smoke it.
A Christian warrior would have to dispense with the person and teachings of Christ if he were to be a killer of men.
I disagree. Read the book and tell me what you think…