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Light, Clarity & Comfort

A Tale of Three Kings {Book Recommendation}

A book that helps heal brokenness.

Have you ever faced challenging times when your heart needed light, clarity, and comfort? This book recommendation is for you: A Tale of Three Kings, by Gene Edwards.

It was written in 1980 and updated in 1992. I believe most of us will benefit from reading it in today’s world.

I have read this book three different times – each when I was confronted with the challenges this book addresses. Edwards is a great storyteller. The book is easy to read, yet handles difficult questions. 

I liked the summary on the back cover, so I am copying it below:

All over the world, Christians have taken to heart this simple, powerful, and beautiful story based on the biblical figures David, Saul, and Absalom.

This tale, told by one of America’s foremost storytellers, had been turned into a play that has been performed by professionals on stage and enacted in simple drama in churches. Christian leaders and directors of movements throughout the world have encouraged their members and staff to read this book. Countless Christians have been helped, comforted, and healed from pain, loss, and heartache they have experienced as a result of unfair treatment at the hands of other believers. You will want to join these other people who have been profoundly touched by this incomparable story.

This book is available in Audiobook, Kindle, Paperback, and CD.

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Bob Lonac

About Bob Lonac

Today, friends call me a leader of leaders. But this wasn’t always the case.

During my life of working in faith-based, Christ-centered ministry, relationships have proved to be the common thread. My passion is helping other people grow through one-on-one mentoring and small group training. I love building teams. I love seeing people and organizations succeed. You can read more about my story and what I'm doing now.

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