Irish an angels journey, p.1
Irish: An Angel's Journey, p.1David Pollitt
An Angel’s Journey
An Angel’s Journey
Professional Book Publishing (PBP)
The Maranatha Chronicles
Part I: Irish: An Angel’s Journey
Copyright © 2011 by David Pollitt
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I want to continue to acknowledge, my bride, Nancy, of 34 years. We renewed our vows on the 25th year with silver Jesus rings. We felt that we were married to Jesus first before we are married to each other. Nancy is such a blessing being such a giving and loving people- person and truly the love of my life. She whole-heartedly supports my writing calling and loves this book more than any of the others. She thinks Grace is about the cutest and goofiest character she has ever read about.
Hunter my twenty-year-old son is my best fan, some call my clone, and in 2011 works for the FedEx Corporation. He has that perfect writer’s heart already writing and not following the pack. He makes his own decisions while not being afraid to spend time by himself without distractions—truly topnotch writer traits.
I want to thank Mike Bushilla, owner of MGB Press, who has given me the opportunity to edit and format some of the best Christian books I have ever read as well a providing me with excellent publishing services.
I want to thank Father Maror Gur lecturer at the University of Bahr el Ghazai in the Wau Province of Sudan for asking me to complete a business curriculum project for their University. I was able to show off my understanding of educational needs and use some of my doctorate research materials to produce a 250-page report on curriculum and best practices on faculty teaching methods. It was this book in this series that made Gur aware that I could write, and his knowledge of my educational background helped him trust I could apply it successfully for that project.
I also want to give credit to my parents when alive for all their encouragement for my writing adventures. My mother helped with her initial, rough-draft editing and gave me my love for writing and reading. My father was the quiet one who entertained himself with his active imagination. Like Father like son. That’s my habit. Thanks, Dad.
Finally, I want to thank Shelly Castle for her wonderful cover artwork and for capturing the true essence of Irish. How wonderful!
In these times, we should be more careful how we live our believer's walk. Some might say, "It is because Christ is returning at any moment." Yes, that should do it. It also may be that until He comes, things will get very bad. Is our faith also ready for that too? Regardless of when we believe the Lord is returning, we are all players in the most dramatic play ever written—The End-Time Play. In these end times, our actions can determine whether we live or die—eternally and now.
Writing this series has been a wonderful adventure with the Holy Spirit. I refuse to use bad language, but my only luxury in fiction is the use of my own imagination. I hope my stretching of it, my imagination, doesn't offend anyone. It seems a place I can go, as can the reader and a writer, which is safe when God is there.
I seek to use romantic rather than other ways to describe relationships. I want anyone to be able to read this and not be offended and/or educated outside the will of God. I want readers to understand romance as a beautiful, tender, and playful love between others. These are God's books because they are about Godly, Jesus, and biblical things; and I refuse to spoil them with trash. However, I want to talk about romance and love in ways that draw us closer to Jesus. For, remember, if we haven't been intimate with Jesus, we can't be truly intimate with others.
Enjoy the series and learn to let God light up your imagination and take you to Godly wonderful places of peace and safety.
Oh! If you like even one of these books, you'll love all of them.
Other Books By David Pollitt
Cleft of the Rock 2002
(A study on the 23rd Psalm)
Talking the Talk of the New Covenant Species 2004
With Fear and Trembling: Walking the 2004
Walk of the New Covenant Species
Hope For Gentle Old Men-Poetry 2004
New Christian Fiction
End-time Series: The Maranatha Chronicles
Part I: Irish: An Angel’s Journey 2011
Part II: The Children of the Sanctuary 2011
Part III: Armageddon Darkness 2011
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