Olam Haba (Future World) Mysteries Book 5-“Storm Clouds”

Unseen Footsteps of Jesus”

by Jerry Ayers


Formats

Softcover
£11.95
Hardcover
£22.95
Softcover
£11.95

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 15/06/2023

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 150
ISBN : 9781728378015
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 150
ISBN : 9781728377995

About the Book

Jerry Ayers with painstaking detail makes Biblical history come to life and jump off the pages as you cover 490 years in this eight book series beginning in 334 B.C. when Alexander the Great captured the Hebrew territory and ending with the martyrdom of Polycarp in 155 A.D.. Olam Haba (Future World) Mysteries is a series of eight books that captures your vivid imagination as you experience loving romance, hateful revenge, political espionage, astounding miracles, friendship bonds, intriguing battles, a glance at the end of the world and much, much more. This eight book series will capture your emotions of grief at the death of a beloved son, tears of joy at a wedding of a young couple, laughter of innocent children, despair of injustice and even find hope of an eternal life, just to mention a few. This eight book series is hard to put down once you begin reading and keeps you on the edge of your seat as you yearn with anticipation of the next page, chapter and even the next book in the series.


About the Author

Rev. Jerry Ayers is a retired pastor and multiple published international author who helps the lost find their way home and to guide those without hope to the comforting arms of the loving Father. He has been a bondservant of the Messiah and a teacher in the body of the Messiah for nearly fifty years. Rev. Ayers considers himself a “Heavenly Father chaser” who desires to constantly seek the loving face of the Father. His passion for the Messiah and his knowledge of the Word are communicated vividly through his writing. Thus his unquenchable thirst for the Divine Truth of the Living Water cascades to irrigate those who experience spiritual drought. Rev. Ayers makes his home in Minneapolis, Kansas.