The Witnesses

by Helen Rylance


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 6/7/2012

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 212
ISBN : 9781468579444
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 212
ISBN : 9781468579437

About the Book

This book is the fourth in the 20/20 Vision series. These books are a continuous story about a group of people left behind after the church has been raptured and taken from the earth to heaven. This ongoing story of how God meets with those left behind and reveals himself to them as a loving father and then protects and provides for them is catching the imagination of those who have read the series. Helen receives e-mails from those who have become followers of the books, asking when the next one is due to be released in addition to offering advice on further possible scenarios and relationship developments! This book is different from the previous three in that it is almost entirely based in Israel, giving a picture of life in the Holy Land, frequently only seen in travel guides and by those, who like Helen, have lived there. As a result, this book also stands alone, though reading it as part of the series is more edifying. Watch out for volume 5 due out later this year.


About the Author

Helen is the author of four books. All have been influenced by her Christian background. With more than forty years’ experience of teaching from the Bible, she is able to use this wide range of knowledge in her books. In addition, her love and knowledge of country life and its practices has enabled her to weave a fascinating series of stories produced to forewarn of a world yet to come. Based in Britain, the stories are set in the post-Rapture era and give a thoughtful insight into life in the world at that time. Helen has been described by her former pastor and friend as a well-integrated and confident woman, despite the many difficulties life has thrown at her. Many believers who undergo severe trials find themselves broken or hardened by the heat of the oven of affliction. Helen is a living example of someone who has been refined in the furnace of tribulation. Furthermore, she is somebody who is able to sympathise with others facing similar things.