“Since the dawn of time man has searched the vast heavens for answers.” When we see the violence, the pain, around us, we wonder if there is more to this existence. First with our eyes, then with a telescope, and now with technology capable of going into space itself, we have tried to ascertain whether we are alone in this vast universe—if this is all that there is for us. The enemy wants us to believe that, but if we do, we are so very wrong.
Our wonderful God and Savior wants us to someday be with Him in the heavens above. However, He doesn’t want us to have to wait until then to experience His kingdom in our hearts. He has given us the tools to sort through the onslaught of media lies around us to find the kernel of hope and truth that He desires for us to have—right now, TODAY.
This book can help you do that. You will read about the great controversy between good and evil, and how that battle has played out in the author’s life. You will learn about the history of Christianity and the hope found in Jesus. And you will discover how it’s possible for each of us to live a prosperous, joy-filled life, here, NOW, on earth. We don’t have to wait until heaven to experience it. Just reach out and grasp it—take hold of it and don’t let go.
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Larry Bachman is no stranger to farm life. He was born and raised in the countryside of Pennsylvania and became the owner of the local, small-town newspaper. Eventually, life took him away from the picturesque serenity of the country. After chasing the dream and leaving his roots behind, Larry finally came back to his country “home”—fifty years later. As he says, “You don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone.”
Currently, he lives in De Kalb, Texas, where he uses his practical life skills in homesteading. He attends the De Kalb Seventh-day Adventist Church, and in his spare time he enjoys spending time with his family and exploring nature.
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