Overview

When the Notricians come to Planet earth they discover a book of ancient secrets that revolutionizes their planet. They become so advanced that they are able to live right in the middle of the sun without being affected in the least bit. After many years of using this book on planet Notris, they decide to visit Planet Earth, from whence the book came. They are surprised to find that the earthlings do not know much of the power of the Bible as it is called on earth. They call it Zalnathra on their planet, which is...
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Zalnathra

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Overview

When the Notricians come to Planet earth they discover a book of ancient secrets that revolutionizes their planet. They become so advanced that they are able to live right in the middle of the sun without being affected in the least bit. After many years of using this book on planet Notris, they decide to visit Planet Earth, from whence the book came. They are surprised to find that the earthlings do not know much of the power of the Bible as it is called on earth. They call it Zalnathra on their planet, which is to say truth. They decide to engage on an exchange program to enlighten the earthlings on the gem they are overlooking. Find out how Earth’s Duncan, Meena and Richardo have their lives transformed as they interface with the beings from this planet.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015862966
  • Publisher: Xulon Press
  • Publication date: 11/5/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 110
  • File size: 833 KB

Meet the Author

Joel Msimbe is currently a High School mathematics teacher in Zimbabwe. His love for the word of God has inspired him to write quite a number of books some of which have not been published. He is married to Lydia Msimbe, the lady he calls the queen of his life. They currently have two children, Ruth and John. The author also writes a lot of inspirational sayings which come from observations, sermons, the word of God, and dreams. A lot of his Math students quote him during their graduation speeches. One of his own sayings that inspired him to pursue writing goes something like this: “Everyone has a story to tell but not everyone knows how to tell it. Blessed is the one who tells it anyway, for silence is the reason we have so many unsung heroes.”
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