Albany, Australia (PRWEB) September 05, 2013
Feeling the need to raise awareness in the contemporary church environment about the season of the church – the prophetic calendar and the commensurate warning given by Jesus in Matthew 24 – author and minister David B. Caton penned “The Boy Prophet” (published by WestBow Press), told as an historical recount, set at the end of the third millennium, of how one individual’s life helped change the course of history.
Readers are introduced to a young boy who is profoundly devoted to God. This boy discovers his destiny and how truth is often rejected as he affects the lives of everyone around him. Written to show the last stage of human history before God brings the age to a close, “The Boy Prophet” takes readers on a biblical ride through the end times and one young boy’s steadfast devotion to God.
An excerpt from “The Boy Prophet”:
“It is being reported that armies have been amassing now for some weeks. For a thousand years we have lived without war. The technology of our age has been developed for the prospering of the world and for ways of living that are in harmony with the cycles of nature. There is no space program and not one dollar has been spent in the development of weapons, well, not until recently. For years and years mining for iron ore was unnecessary as the weapons for war were melted down and refashioned for life, not death.”
“The Boy Prophet”
By David B. Caton
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 560 pages | ISBN 9781449799991
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 560 pages | ISBN 9781449799984
E-Book | 560 pages | ISBN 9781449799977
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
David B. Caton is an ordained minister. He is married and has three adult children. Though he resides in Albany, Western Australia, he and his wife travel internationally ministering to those in need of God’s word.
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