Book: The Army In The Valley by Valton E. Browncategories: Book, Yeshua, Christian, Army, Spirituality, God, Faith, Global Plan, New World Order, Church, Teaching, New Generation, Bible
Valton E. Brownabout this book: The Army The Valley was written for those who consider themselves to be part of a rising New Generation of believer, who want to know why they do not fit into traditional structures or frameworks. With a focusing purely on biblical principles and moving away from any particular denominational teaching this book serves as a sign post to direct the seeking person to their place of destiny.
This book was not born out of a desire to become an author or to create an avenue for an additional income. This book came to me at a time when I was journaling my own thoughts during personal quiet time at home. The section called ' The Rising New Recruits' was written during that time of prayer and devotion and it was literally a download of information. Following this experience I sensed that this section was the beginning of a book which must be made accessible to ordinary people everywhere. I knew that the initial notes that I made would probably never be openly conveyed from a regular church pulpit and so a book was born.
For many years I have been a believer in the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob but I have always maintained an inquisitive mind. For me, it has never been good enough to believe in God and then to blindly follow principles that were said to be 'God breathed' without first being allowed to check the information given. This approach is also supported by the Bible which instructs its readers to 'Prove all things'. So, if God doesn't mind us checking the facts of the Bible, then why should we? This approach has formed the basis for observations made in the book and the advice given is also based on 25+years of experience and questioning. That is not to say that I have all the answers but really to say "The Bible and its contents are concrete and a Biblical faith does work". Not convinced? Well, read the book.
It will be a comfort to some and a challenge to others but, if you are open minded and are willing to consider answers given in its pages you may just discover why you are here.
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