Book: Connecting the Dots - Man, God, Angels, and Demons by Dave Shawcategories: Book, Demons, Jesus, Forgiveness, Life After Death, Spiritual Warfare, Fallen Angels, Demon Posession, War in Heaven, War on Earth, Archangels, Glorified Body, Banquet of Lamb, God, Lucifer, Religion, Angels
Dave Shawabout this book: When I started to read the Bible, I noticed things that didn't make sense to me, like why God purposefully engaged Satan in a conversation about Job. Job was quite happy and blessed by God up until then. But the conversation led to Satan really ripping into Job, destroying his family and ruining him financially. Despite the fact that in the end Job restarted a family and had twice as much as he had before, I could not see the point, as God is supposed to be loving.
25 years later, with an enormous amount of bible study and help from the Holy Spirit I think I worked out why. It was just one of the answers I got to a myriad of questions I collected over the 25 years. I started to write a series of books trying to answer the questions, that I call dots. The series is called Connecting the Dots, and the foundational book in this series is titled Connecting the Dots: Man, God, Angels, and Demons.
This book answers a number of fundamental questions about why God even created Lucifer, when He knew he would rebel and become Satan, bringing war to heaven and much evil to earth. Over the last number of years answers came to me gradually, and started to show me that there is method in what we see as madness. God had a great plan, it started before the Angels and earth were created and will not end until the end of this current Age of Grace. This book details that plan, showing the underlying reasoning behind it. It is written for Christians and non-Christians in an easy to read manner, without all the religious jargon, but with a number of humorous segments that all have a life application moral.
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