Saturday, August 15, 2015

The Pilgrim

 Davis Bunn has once again welded together history and fiction into a seamless story with rich characters and a thought-provoking plot. Helena is the recently divorced mother of the soon-to-be Emperor Constantine. In the midst of her grief over her divorce, she hears God's voice and is obedient. Even if the historical fact stops there and the rest of the story is nothing but artistic license, it's enough to weave a story of dedication to Kingdom Work that we should all have in our lives. Helena wants to plant a church in Jerusalem 300 years after it's destruction, but she chooses to start her journey with peace, dignity, and poise. Her quest shows her things about the character of God she would have otherwise missed had she not chosen to be faithful to Him. It's a lesson we all need to practice.

Read more about The Pilgrim on Bunn's website.

Read the first 3 chapters here.

I did receive a free copy of this book for my honest opinions.

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