What use is God when we’re in pain?
It’s a tough issue.
I wrote this short story, Nightmare, as a reminder to myself of God’s character.
“For we do not have a high priest who is unable to empathize with our weaknesses.” Hebrews 4:15
It’s not your usual cheery Christmas fare, but hopefully it’s still good. 🙂
Merry Christmas everyone!
The start of my novel is now online!
There’s a taster below; follow the link to read the first three chapters of Open Your Eyes.
What if someone could see into your soul?
All your wounds. All your darkness. All your potential. All your beauty.
How would you react?
Nathan Scott’s eyes see more than most. Penetrating past flesh and bone, they slice down to the very soul.
So when he moves to the small Kansas town of Grangeville, Nathan sees that jealously, suspicion and fear are tearing the local church apart. What’s more, the minister’s intriguing niece seems determined to avoid him.
While the congregation knows about Nathan’s sight, no one is aware of his secret mission – to find his estranged father.
While tensions build and relationships grow more complicated, Nathan is faced with two of the greatest challenges of his life.
Can he love a father who has done nothing to deserve it? And can he unite his church before it self-destructs?
To read the first three chapters of Open Your Eyes, follow this link.
Open Your Eyes
The wait is nearly over; the first few chapters of my novel Open Your Eyes will be available on this blog by Sunday!!!
It will also be available on the Authonomy website; if you want to check out other new ideas from novelists around the world, visit http://www.authonomy.com.
And if anybody feels like logging in to Authonomy and adding my book to their bookshelf, that will help boost my ranking and be much appreciated!
If you can’t wait that long to read something, check out my next short story, The Kingdom.
Click this link or find it in the Parables section.
The Kingdom youth group version