A Warm Christian Fiction Story By Jason McBlynn
Is A Christian Fiction Story That Is In Part An Autobiography
This Powerful Story Shares A Message about Obedience and Devotion To God
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Divine Towels By Beau Jason McGlynn
You'll enjoy this Christian fiction story that is set in modern times. It offers a powerful message from Jesus: Jesus said that until we get past the milk of the gospel and can overcome the obstacles of our lives, we can never move on to the gospel's true meat.
Divine Towels empowers people to bulldoze the obstacles that prevent them from accessing the storehouses of provision filled with meat. By fixing your eyes on Jesus and doing what He commands, it is possible to rekindle the flame of passion and zest for life that was so visible in the Acts of the Apostles.
The story begins with Jesus asking Ethan and his mother, Claire, to do a very special mission for Him. He wants them to open a nonprofit store, called Divine Towels, where people have their feet washed. And from here the story continues...
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Divine Towels Book Reviews From Amazon.com (14)
Heavy in faith
June 20, 2012, By Neil L. Cohen (Format:Paperback)
The book is for those want to or already believe in a higher spirit. The author seemed to literally pour his soul into it. It can make a believer out of a non-believer. Comment
A Yielded Life
July 14, 2012, By Elaine Littau VINE VOICE (Format:Kindle Edition|Amazon Verified Purchase)
Divine Towels, is a book about a young man and his mother with a calling on their lives. The characters portrayed in this book are totally yielded to the Lord and His work. It begins like most real ministries do, with a life of prayer and devotion. When it seemed that the desire to help people find the healing touch of God would not be made possible in their own lives, they were overwhelmed by the presence of the Lord and the direction He gave to begin a ministry of washing the feet of those who desperately needed healing. They stepped out in faith and began this ministry that many people might not understand. As the mother and son began to minister to the people who came into their store by washing their feet, miracles began to happen. Soon, they needed help because of the demand placed on them by those who were suffering. The ministry expands and the biggest miracle is that those in service to the people stay humble before God.
THIS BOOK WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE FOREVER
March 4, 2014, By LESLIE TAYLOR - (Amazon Verified Purchase; Paperback)
This book will change ones life after reading just a few pages. It truly is a life changing way you will feel after reading it. God surely was with this author as he wrote each and every word. AMAZING WRITE. WOW..
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About Beau Jason McGlynn ...
Beau Jason McGlynn, who goes by Jason, is from Atlantic City, New jersey. He was born with severe cerebral palsy, but because of his mother's positive attitude and great love for him, he not only survived beyond the doctor's bleak prediction for a short life, but he has excelled! A person of great inner strengh and fortitude, he has earned a bachelor’s degree and an MBA from St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia. Today, he is an editor and analyst for the Federal Aviation Administration.
Jason worked on, “Divine Towels,” his first work, for 12 years. It’s a Christian fiction story, but in part, it's also an autobiography. The title comes from a message he heard from God: “My son, I would like you to be a towel boy.” He didn’t know what that meant, so he prayed for guidance and had a vision of opening a nonprofit store called “Divine Towels.” People would come there for help, and he would wash their feet, as Jesus did for his disciples before the Last Supper.
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