In "A Treatise on Afflictions," Thomas Case (1598-1682) generously applies a soothing salve to the wounds of God's suffering saints. He begins by compassionately illustrating twenty lessons... More > God teaches his children in affliction. He then proceeds to show the advantages wrought by affliction in the lives of languishing believers. He shows why deliverance from suffering should not necessarily be the believer's primary goal when dark days come, and explains why suffering may sometimes seem to last longer than it should. The author shows from Scripture how affliction and instruction go hand-in-hand in the life of the child of God.
Originally titled "Correction, Instruction" or "The Rod and the Word," this classic treatise (written while the author was imprisoned in the Tower of London) has been carefully prepared for the benefit of a new generation of Christian readers. It includes a biographical preface by James Reid.< Less
The time was 600 B.C., the place Jerusalem. Riddled with prophets, Israel was mired in a clash among neighboring powers, about to be taken down by the most powerful of them all - the Babylonians. In... More > the midst of this deeply religious struggle, one father has a dream, one prophet envisions a journey, and one family carries away the secrets of a nation.
In An Oasis In The Desert, the second book in the Journey to the Promised Land series, extraordinary events cause the matchmaking fathers to declare an unprecedented period in which the sons and daughters are allowed to choose matches for themselves. With whom can each cross the fiery sands of the desert and establish a new life? In Deborah resides the spirit of adventure, and the desire to share the excitement of the journey. Who will be her match? As the story unfolds, the plot thickens through bold and complex characters whose journey is one of the most secretive the world has ever known.< Less
In an ancient and confusing time, a man matches his five daughters to the sons of a prophet, a man called forth into the wilderness. It was in this wilderness, the same wild and desolate place where... More > Moses had received instruction, that the prophet learns of the great journey that would lead his small band of sons and daughters to a land far away.
Angels and Enemies is the first in a series of historical romance novels that detail the characters in the journey of two families across the burning sands of Arabia, and onto the shores of America. In this book, the bold and independent Lydia, eldest daughter of Ishmael, resists the matchmaking, and the impossible journey that lay ahead of them....only to discover that a great plan designed and created by the divine, is also extraordinary in the details. In the vast and deadly wilderness, Lydia discovers more to the fiery and rebellious Laman than she ever thought possible.< Less