The Portal

The Portal

by Timothy E. White

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Overview

What if it were possible for an angel of God to tell his story? Think about it! An angel has witnessed the entire spectrum of human history. The things he could tell us from his vantage point of seeing the entire plan of God unfold before his very eyes would be incredibly revealing. In The Portal, pastor and author, Timothy E. White attempts to tell such a story using the Bible, the only credible source available to us. What might an angel tells us about Satan's rebellion in heaven and man's subsequent fall on earth? What might he say about Jesus' horrible crucifixion and glorious resurrection? And what could an angel tell us about things to come like the rapture, the Tribulation, the millennial reign of Christ and the new heaven and new earth? The Portal is an exciting narrative that seeks to explain God's plan for both the angelic realm and ours.

Author Timothy E. White has served as pastor of the First Baptist Church of Fairfield, Ohio for over twenty years. He and his wife Mary have three married daughters, Melody and Jeff, Amy and Brian, and Beth and Adam. When their oldest daughter, Melody gave birth to a precious baby girl named Annabella Faith about a year and a half ago, Tim and Mary discovered the incredible joy of grandparenting. Tim is a graduate of Carson-Newman College in Jefferson City, Tennessee with a B.A. in physics. He went on to Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas and received his Master of Divinity degree. Besides enjoying preaching the Word, Tim has discovered a new found love in writing. His first book, Free to Love, reveals God's pathway to freedom to not only loving God, but loving others.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781607915270
Publisher: Xulon Press
Publication date: 04/21/2009
Pages: 188
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.43(d)

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The Portal 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
ApexReviews More than 1 year ago
Ex-Army Air Corps solider Jack Sullivan is on the run, having been forced to flee the country when he's framed for the murder of his ex-girlfriend's husband...meanwhile, Nazi SS trooper Heinz Bodecker ventures deep into the Amazon jungle, in search of a unique method for turning the swelling tide of World War II into the Third Reich's favor...last but not least, OSS newcomer Kelly Wilson is sent on a covert operation deep into the Amazon, literally to cut the Nazis off at the pass...when the divergent paths of each unsuspecting soul suddenly collide, the end result is a completely unforeseen - and quite unimaginable - journey through time and space, rife with enrapturing twists and turns and a surprise ending that will leave you pondering long after the final page is turned... Riveting, intense, and fast-paced, The Portal is a nonstop adventure thrill ride that readers will struggle to put down. Through intriguing, well crafted characters, debut author Keith White relays a fascinating tale full of suspense, drama, and mind-numbing plotlines. In masterful fashion, White retells the renowned good-vs.-evil narrative of World War II in a refreshing, entertaining new light, based on sound historical research, as well as compelling personal experience. All told, The Portal presents readers with a genuine, authentic account so realistic it will be hard for them to suspend disbelief long enough to remember that it remains a work of fiction. A dynamic instant classic from a promising new literary voice, The Portal does not disappoint. A strongly recommended read. Josee Morgan Apex Reviews
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is Riveting. A wild ride, so hang on and you won't be disappointed.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book kept me on the edge the whole time. I finished the book in 2days and couldnt put it down i highly recommend it to anyone. I hadnt read a goood book for a while but thios one made up for all of those ok ones.