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Gathering the Hours: What the Bible Says About God, Time, and Eternity

What is time? We mark its passage with calendars, clocks, and watches yet we cannot hold it in our hands. It does not make a sound but grandfather clocks and church bells sound out its passage. It is invisible to the eye but the lillies of the field radiate God's glory spring after spring. To the young it is limitless, but to the wise it is not a renewable resource.

Therefore, how we spend our days on earth is of great importance. In contrast, God exists outside of time and views our lives from an eternal perspective. Is it possible to develop that perspective, too?

From the feasts of Israel to the New Jerusalem, this study explores time, aging, and eternity from a Biblical point of view. It also examines what will happen when time finally comes to an end.

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Gathering the Swarm: What the Bible Says About God and the Insect World

There are over one million known species of insects in the world. They exist on every continent and have even been taken into space. Despite their diminutive size, God has used them to serve several mighty purposes.

From the plagues of Exodus to the Israelites' entry into the Promised Land, insects have played a pivotal role in the course of the Biblical events. God has also used insects as a means of judgment and to make a point: that He is sovereign over even the tiniest of creatures.

He has also given them wisdom that continues to inspire and mystify. When the End Times arrive, these miniature wonders will rise to prominence again.

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Gathering the Artists: What the Bible Says About God, Art, and Creativity

It is easy to call God the Creator of heaven and earth. Why then is it hard to call Him creative?

From Moses' tabernacle to the temples in Jerusalem, God demonstrated a passion for artistic beauty as well as purpose. Moreover, He desired to have mankind join Him in the creation process.

This book explores those interactions and discusses how God gifted, empowered, and worked with artists throughout the Bible. From musicians to writers to prophets-turned-actors, God partnered with artisans to create works of art that were a shadow of things to come.

For modern artists that incorporate faith into their work, this book will be an encouragement.

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The Fire and the Anvil (Secrets of the Elements Book III)

Storm researcher John Sayers sets out to interview one of his heroes, Dr. James Ferganut, a reclusive inventor of robotic insects and a pioneer in storm research. As Dr. Ferganut's enigmatic past comes to light, the hills around them ignite and the fire sparks a tornado.

John soon discovers the fire is no accident. A rival inventor, Dr. Julius Minton, emerges and declares he is merely finishing a game started years before. It is a game played with thousands of lives at stake and weapons that can alter the weather in an instant.

This story is the third book in a five-part series.

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Windows Out

Two rival robotics engineers visit an abandoned Martian battlefield and discover they are not alone. A scientist flies an electric crow through time to steal a breakthrough device only to find his moves are being countered by a future version of himself. A reporter doubts a scientist�s claim of teleportation until he meets the scientist�s son over a cup of strange tea.

From the edge of space to the depths of the sea, these tales are windows to worlds beyond our own. These worlds are bounded only by the drive and imagination of those who inhabit them.

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The Hammer of Amalynth (Secrets of the Elements Book II)

When storm researcher John Sayers is nearly electrocuted in a church basement during a storm, he discovers the lightning strike may not have been an act of God. Together with cult researcher Madeline Kinney, they unearth evidence that a scientist named Dr. Amalynth has developed a way to call fire down on his enemies.

Along the way John meets Dr. Ferganut, a reclusive professor and inventor who offers clues to Dr. Amalynth's past and future. At the same time John finds he must overcome his own past and help Madeline to face hers if they are to stop Dr. Amalynth from striking again.

This story is the second book in a five-part series.

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Race the Sky (Secrets of the Elements Book I)

John Sayers is a storm researcher determined to crack the mystery of the violent weather that is ravaging his home state of South Dakota. After a failed test of his new tracking system, he encounters Madeline Kinney, a cult researcher who is pursuing a nefarious "church doctor" through a string of several small Midwestern towns. He dismisses her efforts until she reveals the church doctor may have taken the life of his friend.

As John perfects his system to predict the path of the next tornado, Madeline tries to rescue others from the spreading influence of the church doctor. Together they discover hidden forces at work in the sky and on the ground that culminate in a revival like no other.

This story is the beginning of a five-part series.

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