The Light-Bearer

The Light-Bearer

by Brian Hager

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The Light-Bearer by Brian Hager

Catapults you right into the life of Lucifer, The Light-Bearer, The Fair Golden One.
It is the time just after the creation of the angels and before the fashioning of the world. The Children live to serve and praise their Father, and to bask in the love of the Son and the guidance of the Spirit. Lucifer, called upon to carry the Father's Light of Creation across Eternity, leads the Children in praise, knowledge, and teaching. His greatness and devoted service have but one flaw: vanity.
Seduced by unknown curiosities he witnessed during Creation, Lucifer refuses to control the unanswered questions that plague his mind. Even after gentle rebukes from those closest to him, the Light-Bearer cannot admit that there are some things that only the Father should know.
And so, slowly, he begins to question, then doubt, and ultimately falls away from his Father's love. Along the way, he coerces many of his Brothers to join him in his rebellion against the Father's sovereignty. As his rejection of the Father and His Son reaches its peak, Lucifer's closest Brother, Michael, must take up arms against him and lead the Father's army in battle to thwart the sinful rebellion.

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ISBN-13: 9781602900448
Publisher: OakTara
Publication date: 03/31/2007
Pages: 200
Product dimensions: 0.46(w) x 6.00(h) x 9.00(d)

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Guest More than 1 year ago
Where do reason and intellect conflict with faith and trust? Was this the downfall of Lucifer? Were all the hosts of heaven created at once or did God create them one by one during a certain period of creation? Do angelic beings learn and if so how do they learn? These are just a few of the many issues that are raised by this hypothetical record of a period of creation before Adam and Eve came into being. These heavenly characters are presented as down to earth personalities and have many subtle hints as to their uniqueness. I found this to be a great read and a story that forces me to re-examine my 'need to know' and my level of trust in the character and goodness of God.