WAITSBURG, Wash. (PRWEB) February 05, 2018
Joe Just, a dedicated writer and an amazing contributor to various hobby-type magazines and has worked for many years in the fishing tackle industry, has completed his new book “Passover A.D. 33”: a compelling account about two friends as they uncover a completely unique standpoint of Christ’s Passion, told through the eyes of common people during his time.
Author Just offers a page-turning sensation with every scene depicted in this book: “Yesterday I walked to the edge of the hill, and I didn’t watch the man being stripped. As I stood there, another man walked up to me and said he had heard that I sometimes would miss the nails and hit the prisoner in the head with my heavy hammer. I didn’t tell him that I never hit anyone in the head when I was nailing their hands to the cross. Sometimes I did hit them in the head to get them to lie down on the cross, and sometimes when I was just in the right mood or somebody had convinced me that a particular criminal really didn’t deserve such a death, I would do it and hit them hard enough to bring them close to death. I was told once that I was an artist with the big hammer. I don’t know what an artist is, but it sounded good to hear at the time. The Roman guards didn’t care. I always felt that they would rather have me hit the victim in the head all the time.”
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Joe Just’s engrossing tale portrays sinners, saints, and plain folks who, although having played a lesser part on that fateful Passover feast that transpired in Jerusalem more than 2,000 years ago, paint a more enthralling picture of the salvation of humankind from the reins of sin and depravity.
Readers who wish to experience this breathtaking work can purchase “Passover A.D. 33” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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