People rarely slow down to experience their days, and so they feel rushed through life even as they begin to suspect that life lacks significance. By introducing (and reintroducing) us to the feasts and festivals of the Bible, as well as the special celebrations of the Christian calendar, Moments and Days restores a sacred sense of time throughout our year, enriching our experience of each “holy day” and enlivening our experience of even the most “ordinary time.”
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Hi again M., I wrote another speculative fiction book “Chronicles of Two Pentecosts” which is geared more for churchgoers and not so deep into ancient Hebrew life and language. It’s a much shorter read than “The Ring of Torrents: A Jewish Mary” enjoyable literary fiction. Subtitled: “Ancient People to Meet, Ancient Stories to Ponder” I focus on Mt. Sinai and then jump to Acts chapter 2
Mark Lee Golden
Yes, I can send you a copy.