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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Christian / Romance / General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:10
  • eBook ISBN:9781483542263

Do You Fear God

by Anonymous

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This ebook is the debut publication of an unknown author who wishes to remain anonymous. It is a powerful piece of short romantic Christian fiction told from the viewpoint of a Muslim man who watches as his sister risks everything because of her love for a Christian man in a country ravaged by war. Their sweet love grows as the war grows worse, and even as the armies close in it continues in secret. But there is a secret in the relationship that threatens them, and it is more dangerous than their love.
The author of this short romantic Christian tragedy is a new comer to the public world, and while this is a debut piece it is a powerful and yet sweet fictional tale inspired by a vision. A vision that showed the image of Jesus Christ twice, and then pieces that formed the plot line of this tale. These images and aid from being in a place of prayer and worship lead the author to write this amazing short tale that of a Christian man, a Muslim girl, a war, forbidden love, tragedy, God, and all told from the view point of a Muslim man turned Christian because of the events. It is the tale of the Muslim man coming to terms with his deceased brother-in-law, who left his homeland to a war ravaged country that posed no threat to him, and volunteers for the army. As this Christian man trains for war he is courted by the sister of our protagonist, and they enter into a love that the society would not allow. As their love grows the war closes in on them and at the height of their love tragedy strikes as he is deployed to war.
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