A Messenger for Modern Life: Author Gary Miller Shares His Own Faith Journey, Urges Change in American Society

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New book calls for action from today's Christians.

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God continually makes it clear through the Bible that he will come like a thief, so focus your energies on repentance, faith in God and good deeds.

It’s no secret that American society is more secular today than at any point in its history. That trend is something debut author G.R. Miller says can be reversed through God’s love, repentance, faith in God and good deeds.

Inspired by his own trials of faith, Miller brings audiences Tribulation, an intimate window into the author’s struggles in life and a catalyst for renewed faith in God across all levels of society.

Miller helps readers understand the visions received by St. John and the ancient prophets and relates them to events and themes relevant to our lives today, from climate change concerns to views on same sex unions, abortion, divorce, the plight of the poor and the role of women in the world.

“The underlying message throughout this book is that all peoples should take advantage of the second chance that God has provided us all,” says Miller. “God continually makes it clear through the Bible that he will come like a thief, so focus your energies on repentance, faith in God and good deeds.”

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Tribulation
By G.R. Miller
ISBN: 978-1-4817-0040-5
Softcover, retail price: $70.00
E-book price: $7.00

About the author
Gary Miller started working in the energy sector (oil, gas, coal, and petrochemicals) at age seventeen. After college, he started his professional career in 1984 and was laid off for the last time in 2009. In December 2009, his life was dramatically changed by God, giving him more clarity about the Word of God. After living for fifty years in the greater Houston Texas area, he now lives in New Canaan, Connecticut with his son John, but still calls New York City home.

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