The Journeys of Josiah and Kennith: A Corrupt City Destroyed

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Josiah and Kennith are two ten-year-old boys, who have questions, and different opinions of what is going on in the world today, like being gay. God hears them debating, and sends them the correct answer. He teaches them that it is only through the Bible that they will the receive the truth. Through their travel through the land and actually meeting and seeing, what went on in the Bible, we get a better picture of how God feels about some of the things going on in today's world....
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Overview

Josiah and Kennith are two ten-year-old boys, who have questions, and different opinions of what is going on in the world today, like being gay. God hears them debating, and sends them the correct answer. He teaches them that it is only through the Bible that they will the receive the truth. Through their travel through the land and actually meeting and seeing, what went on in the Bible, we get a better picture of how God feels about some of the things going on in today's world.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781461010203
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 4/22/2011
  • Pages: 42
  • Product dimensions: 8.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.11 (d)

Meet the Author

Nicole Denise Phillips was born in Cherry Hill, NJ and raised in Camden, NJ. She lived in Pine Hill, NJ with her grand mom, Barbara Quinton-Brown, for about eleven years, and now resides in Glassboro, NJ. She also has three beautiful, loving children: Aaron, Algerita, and Malachi.
Since age 10, Nicole has had a passion for writing. Nicole's writing is scripture-based to reach young and old alike. Through storytelling of the scriptures, Nicole feels more people will be reached. Her stories bring clarity to scriptures, and she hopes her writing will inspire more people to take time to read the Bible.
For non-believers, her stories teach world values and lessons to be learned, and help us to better look at ourselves as human beings. We need to get back to values, and teach our children values that will help and sustain them on this earth. Everyone needs to know the truth; they need to know that no matter good or bad, there are consequences to our actions. She believes that through her writings, everyone will learn and seek the truth, not some covered-up version the world has given us.
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