Harrisburg, PA (PRWEB) August 18, 2012
A powerful in-depth look at God, Number 3: The God Number helps readers get to know who and what God really is, as well as where humanity stands in modern time. Written by Jeffrey L. Garman, this compelling book heralds a very crucial event in history, introducing the apocalyptic time frame that readers will find relevant especially in this controversial year.
2012 has been one of the most intriguing years in human history. Many have associated it with the end of days. To shed light to this issue, Garman educates readers with a thought-provoking and awakening revelation that will definitely pique their interest. In Number 3: The God Number, he teaches one about biblical numbers and how they show where mankind stands in the calendar of time. Garman looks at the number 3 and how it pertains to a deeper knowledge of God.
Insightful, perspicacious and eye-opening, this prescient literary masterpiece unveils the riveting truths about what the Creator has done to save humanity, sparing them from the cataclysmic plagues that are bound to arise. Foreboding and shocking, this book emphasizes the perfect storm of earthquakes, forest fires, floods, volcanic eruptions, famines and more, and how they create a bigger picture of what awaits the world when the Second Coming, the Anti-Christ and the Great Tribulation begin.
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About the Author
Jeffrey L. Garman is married to a wonderful woman, Marcy. He was a foster parent for many years in a previous marriage. After his first wife left he raised the two children they adopted together alone. That is when he met his second wife who was a widow. His grown adopted son Daniel resides with him. Jeff is retired and has traveled extensively. He has been living for God almost forty years.
Number 3: The God Number * by Jeffrey L. Garman
Publication Date: August 5, 2010
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