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HOME AGAIN IS A GREAT INSPIRATIONAL CHRISTIAN NOVEL! A MUST READ! 144 PAGES!

Richard Coleman is, in the eyes of his narrow world, and, more specifically his own mind, a good man; a young man who, having been well-educated at his simple father's expense, is anxious to make a name for himself. The son of a hardworking, God-loving, kindhearted farmer who has willingly and lovingly given all that he has-spiritual...
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Home Again

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HOME AGAIN IS A GREAT INSPIRATIONAL CHRISTIAN NOVEL! A MUST READ! 144 PAGES!

Richard Coleman is, in the eyes of his narrow world, and, more specifically his own mind, a good man; a young man who, having been well-educated at his simple father's expense, is anxious to make a name for himself. The son of a hardworking, God-loving, kindhearted farmer who has willingly and lovingly given all that he has-spiritual as well as material-to his only son with the single hope that he will follow as God may direct.
Richard feels the farm and manual labor beneath him, while his father has increasingly become an embarrassment to one of his elevated expectations. Unfortunately, Richard, not unlike the majority of us, has gazed into the mirror of the Universe and has seen reflected, as the Sun, an image in his own likeness. He eagerly departs the farm with his father's blessings, prayers, and lifesavings in order to radiate forth his manifold talent's to a world that is, in his opinion, anxiously awaiting his arrival that it may, with due awe and reverence, worship and praise this newly-formed star.

Richard soon discovers that the world for which he holds such esteem is not quite so free to bow and offer up its praise. He finds himself surrounded by a constellation of would-be luminaries with little to differentiate the brilliance of the true suns from the reflected light of the lesser moons. Left alone to his own devices, Richard soon, to his chagrin, learns the bitter lesson that true life is far, far above the base goals that he so vigorously chosen to pursue. He is forced to view his reflection through the eyes of truth, and is forever changed by that which he sees.

The process of rebirth, of life from death, is, while never easy, oft times extremely painful and exceedingly unpleasant. The realization that a life has been falsely lived, that independence is a fallacy, that the god of self (self-reliance, self-gratification, self-worth, self-indulgence, self-pride) is the greatest lie of all, serve to insure that true conviction and repentance are processes bathed in both the tears of shame and remorse as well as those of joy-born of the realization that a loving Father did not, would not, abandon His child.
MacDonald, with the skill of a master theologian and storyteller, traces such a rebirth through the life of Richard Coleman as the man of the world grows, suffers, and matures into a child of God.
Come visit the Coleman family, for by so doing, you will discover a true taste for Heaven and an abiding dislike of hell.

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  • BN ID: 2940012439093
  • Publisher: TLC BOOKS
  • Publication date: 1/4/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,114,194
  • File size: 387 KB

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