by Steven Neil Moore
Determined to leave his troubled past behind, Joshua Arden moves to New York City. When he lands his dream job at Jonah International, he is excited to enable real and lasting change. But behind the scenes, a darker power is at play.
The CEO of a rival corporation has been given orders to track a high-level asset that is the key to winning an unknown war — one to which mankind is oblivious, but has been raging for centuries.
Before Audrey was the baker’s wife, she was the pastor’s wife. Then a scandalous lie cost her husband a pastoral career. Now the two work side-by-side running a bakery, serving coffee, and baking fresh bread. But the hurt still pulls at Audrey.
Driving early one morning to the bakery, Audrey’s car strikes something – or someone – at a fog-shrouded intersection. She finds a motor scooter belonging to a local teacher. Blood is everywhere, but there’s no trace of a body.
Lucy O’Brien is about to be given ten million dollars and a chance to live a life she never imagined. Will this new found wealth be Lucy’s undoing, or can she rise above the temptations within high society and choose to become a nobler version of herself? And will the solitary Andrew Whitfield – a man who watches over Lucy as she adapts to her new lifestyle – cause her to close the door on her dreams or be the key that opens the rest of Lucy’s destiny?
In a success-driven culture, measuring one’s worth is too often dependent upon what one has attained. And just as often this exercise leads to despair. Tommy Nelson believes the Bible is not silent on the subject of success and successful living, but God does use a different yardstick. Godly success measures how well you are living. Success, according to the Bible, is about who you are rather than what you attain.
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