Solomon's Porch: A Christian Suspense Novel

Solomon s Porch A Christian Suspense Novel A prison inmate caught in the crossfire between God and Satan Peter Carson a white collar inmate at a low level U S Federal prison camp is given a vision by God to be shared with the world The most

  • Title: Solomon's Porch: A Christian Suspense Novel
  • Author: Wid Bastian
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  • Page: 491
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  • Solomon's Porch: A Christian Suspense Novel

    A prison inmate caught in the crossfire between God and Satan Peter Carson, a white collar inmate at a low level U.S Federal prison camp, is given a vision by God to be shared with the world The most unlikely of divine messengers, Peter is prophetically destined to provide the world with hope and miracles and to proclaim the Kingdom of God Will the prisoner become a pr A prison inmate caught in the crossfire between God and Satan Peter Carson, a white collar inmate at a low level U.S Federal prison camp, is given a vision by God to be shared with the world The most unlikely of divine messengers, Peter is prophetically destined to provide the world with hope and miracles and to proclaim the Kingdom of God Will the prisoner become a prophet Backed up by divine intervention, Peter is surprisingly supported by inmates, as well as the warden and famous theologians Astounding supernatural events begin to take place all around the world, involving even the president of the United States But Satan is quick to strike back, doing everything in his power to stop Peter from executing God s plan The world holds its breath as the unbelievable takes place Will the message be heard An exciting fast paced read that engages the reader in the essential battle of good vs evil.Solomon s Porch brings forward an eternal and universal truth as it is revealed in the most unlikely time and place An important contemporary message in the form of a breathtaking novel, Solomon s Porch is Christian suspense fiction at its best Scroll up to grab your copy of Solomon s Porch now

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    1. Clare Crosswell

      Loved this book. It's a complete change to what I normally read but I simply couldn't put it down. Would definitely recommend.

    2. Ed

      "Solomon's Porch: A Christian Suspense Novel" wasn't quite -- that is, it was very Christian, but not very suspenseful. At ~450 pages, the suspense sorta got buried in the long pauses where the characters examine and re-examine their lives and their conversions. The story: Peter Carson is an embezzler who basically stole from his circle of friends and acquaintances to please his wife and impress her with his "worth". Imprisoned (sort of) in a Federal prison camp, the somewhat atheistic Peter sud [...]

    3. J Grace

      I found Solomon's Porch to be an exciting and fast paced read. This was a modern day tale of men, who like the ones Jesus chose to do great things in the Bible, were very flawed and filled with sin. The angel Gabriel comes to each person to remind them of their sordid past and provide hope for their future. I found the main character very interesting, filled with the Holy Spirit, and it was plain that he took no credit for the good things or miracles performed, but gave all the credit to God. Hi [...]

    4. Jim

      The cover declares this to be a "Christian suspense" novel. I suppose that describes a portion of the story, but the suspense was not very intense, and unfortunately it never resolved! If this was book one of a trilogy, I could at least accept the leave-you-hanging ending, but I have seen no such claim. The story is of a white-collar embezzler who was caught, and while serving time receives a vision from the Archangel Gabriel. This starts a personal ministry, and brings together a collection of [...]

    5. Nicole Lynn Dean

      Couldn't put it downJust finished this book in a few days. Amazing! Never highlighted a book so much before. Can't recommend it enough.

    6. Graham Downs

      This is a difficult book to review. I liked the story, but it wasn't anything like any Christian fiction I've read before.In most Christian fiction, the protagonist believes in God (or comes to believe in God) as a given. He's there, in the background, and characters make their big life decisions prayerfully, trying to discern what God wants in a given situation.In this book, it's almost as if God Himself is the protagonist, and there isn't a single scene, or practically a single line of dialogu [...]

    7. Deb

      The book had a really interesting premise, but sometimes the "preachy" part got in the way of the story. It did make me wonder how the world will react when the Lord is resurrected. Would we recognize a prophet? How would the present-day world react if Jesus was among us. We're all so cynical now. Anyway, it gave me a lot to thing about, and overall I liked it.

    8. Kathy Phelan-delauro

      Superior readNot a story I'd issue pick, but Thank God I did!! So well written, with characters that jump off the page! The storyline is both fascinating and fearful as it could happen in this time as it is written. Seriously- read this book! Will be looking out for Wid Bastian books in the future.

    9. Ross Lucas

      Do not buy this book. This book teaches that God's word is not perfectly accurate. The main character says, "Those pastors who insist that the Bible, especially the Old Testament, must be interpreted literally, meaning it does not contain spiritual truths presented as parables, well, they just miss it" (p. 139).This author has bought in to the postmodern assertion that there is no absolute, ultimate truth. The Bible ("especially the Old Testament) must be interpreted by those who are smarter tha [...]

    10. Ginger L Levan

      Awesome read. This book will lead you to re-examine the way you see the world and want to become more Christ-like.Although I disagreed on a few Biblical points such as taking the Bible as is, this book will make you think about how very lacking we as Christians really are when striving to be more Christ-like.

    11. Ruth Scaife Scaife

      GoodI gave a 4 star rather than a 5 because of the language in the book. I think the cursing was not needed and it would have been just as good. There were e also a couple doctrinal differences in the book I did not agree with. Over all good plot but unfortunately I do not think it is for tween reading due to language. It is a shame I won't let my children read it.

    12. Kathryn LaCoss

      Amazing Divinely inspired writing. This is God's call to our world and this book calls to us to be more mindful of what Jesus called us to do. We are at war with powers and principalities in dark high places and not with flesh and blood. A call is out to return to Apostolic faith and this book mirrors that.

    13. billy

      Riveting!Great book with only a couple of complaints. I take the complete bible as truth. The author looks at the old testament stories as parables. He also considers all faiths to worship the same God. There is only one true GOD. The story itself was good though.

    14. Faith Stanfill

      T.This book is written for a younger audience than I expected , moving in some ways . There should be a follow up coming along , don't leave the tale half told.

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