“The Little Book” is based on a Bible verse in Revelation that tells of an angel commanding the prophet John to eat a little book that would be sweet in his mouth and bitter in his belly. The major issues of the liberal agenda are of the same nature. They include atheism, feminism, homosexuality, animal rights, environmentalism, education, government, and, worst of all, abortion. These issues are presented in a feel-good way, sweet as honey, but always turn to bitterness and are quickly forgotten by the liberal presenters and media cheerleaders. For many years the expansion of liberalism has been a mystery, but a study of the scriptures has revealed how that thinking has overridden common sense. It is the author’s conviction that the chief perpetrator of these issues is Satan who has blinded the minds of many of our citizens, enabling the ungodly liberal activists to force their evil positions on our whole country. It’s a perfect way for the devil, in his war against GOD, to increase the alienation of man from GOD. The BIBLE shines a spiritual light on their deeds, exposing them for what they are. Through GOD’S dealings with Old Testament Israel, we can easily see what HIS response is to a nation that rejects HIM and follows a secular path in the pursuit of self satisfaction and self glorification. Since GOD changes not, our concern should be HIS response to our current humanistic leanings and ungodly desires. Without a national repentance, is there an apocalyptic event in store for America?
Eugene Carmichael is an average 25 year-old male in America. He has a college degree, a family that loves him, and no idea what to do with all of these things working in his favor. When his father dies unexpectedly in a car accident, Eugene’s life is turned inside out and he falls into a seemingly endless downward spiral of depression and confusion. Upon moving in with his oldest sister Beth, he discovers what he must do to get out of his slump: He will go to every baseball game involving his hometown team, the Cleveland Indians. Eugene embarks on a road trip that includes memorable interactions with his best friend Jim, his unconventional middle sister Jaime, and more than a few random strangers. The Long Way Home explores a year in the life of Eugene Carmichael that includes adventure, disappointment, laughter, sadness and all the emotions of a wayward 25 year-old.
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