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The Prisoner in the Third Cell
     

The Prisoner in the Third Cell

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by Gene Edwards
 

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Imprisoned by Herod, John the Baptist struggles to understand a Lord who did not meet his expectations--a dramatic account offering insight into the ways of God.

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Imprisoned by Herod, John the Baptist struggles to understand a Lord who did not meet his expectations--a dramatic account offering insight into the ways of God.

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“The blade is raised above you. Death stands beside you. Die, my brother John, in the presence of a God who did not live up to your expectations.”
Once more the pen of Gene Edwards has crafted a masterfully told and profoundly moving story. The Prisoner in the Third Cell is a book of comfort, told as an unforgettable drama, for those caught up in circumstances they do not understand.
As John the Baptist awaits his execution in prison, he struggles to understand a Lord who isn’t the Messiah he expected.
If you are a suffering Christian or know of one, this book will bring enormous comfort—and insight into the ways of God.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781610451109
Publisher:
Christianaudio Seed
Publication date:
04/15/2011
Edition description:
Unabridged
Sales rank:
799,197
Product dimensions:
5.10(w) x 6.10(h) x 0.80(d)

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The Prisoner in the Third Cell 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 45 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A great work of fiction, this dramatic story give us a look at John the Baptist, imprisoned by Herod and awaiting death, as he struggles to understand a Lord who did not live up to his expectations. It gives a whole new perspective on what faith means. John's struggle to understand the whys of his situation echoes our own. When it turns to Jesus¿ POV and how He wanted to reveal things to John, it's one of those 'wow' moments that give you some understanding of God's ways. It¿s a book of comfort and an eye-opening look at what this thing called faith is all about. A book all Christians should read. It adds foundation the great words of Charles Spurgeon: 'When you can't trace God's hand, trust His heart.'
StephenSowell More than 1 year ago
The prisoner in the third cell is read easily in an hour and is a wonderful encouragement to those going through what seems an unfair struggle. I have bought this book as a gift for many friends going through hard times and always get a heartfelt thank you.
Nacho7797 More than 1 year ago
It is a great story, it does make you think and re evaluate the way you relate with Jesus.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A short account of John the Baptist's life and teachings about Jesus, his imprisonment , and finally his death. We will never completely understand God, but our faith in Him will be our salvation.
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Powerful view of what we perceive and what is God's will.
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I hve come help.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Gene Edwards will take you on a beautiful but demanding journey into the life of John the baptist. His book takes us into the deep battle John had within him at the time of his death. His beautiful descriptive words allow the reader to embarc on all the different stages in the life of this great man who demonstrated absolute loyalty to a God who did not provide him with the only thing he asked for...answers. The Prisoner in theThird Cell will also take the reader on his own journey to discover the realities of loyalty without questions and absolute faith in who God is instead of how his ways look like.
TLJo More than 1 year ago
Definitely a must read for anyone who has ever questioned God's ways. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Provides a framework for seeing God's purpose in the events of our lives. Are you a prisoner?
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