The Choice

The Choice

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A parable of how the lover of our souls, who established freewill, also works His sovereignty to perfection for our best as we are called to trust and obey Him. 
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Book Three of the Glory Series
The Choice is the story of the Prodigal son Jaxson Cooper. Born to overcome, some people grow up hungry, with an appetite that feasts too early and gives in too easy to desire even knowing the Truth. Like the mighty men of old, Jaxson battles for modern victories on a football field.  A conqueror, he pursues the quest for praise, the delights of trophies, the indulgence of pleasures. He's lived deceived and too soon his desire has given birth to consequences that change his life. The Prodigal returns home to his faith a single father with new choices before him.
In a world desensitized to lust and compromising the truth about love, The Choice is the lesson that we choose our own way until our choices determine for us.
For anyone born with a carnal appetite that feasted too early and is desiring the discipline of a holy diet, For anyone who has morally failed and longs for the hope of mercy, For anyone who needs to believe that with second chances time tells new tales, For anyone ready to learn that the short cut to blessing is obedience and God's approval matters more than man's. The Choice is the dilemma of letting go of the past and reaching forward to the future as we stand in the present crucial moment.
A parable of how the lover of our souls who established freewill also works his sovereignty to perfection for our best as we are called to trust and obey Him. 
 
Reviews:
I'm reading "The Choice" and am not going to be happy when it ends. I love love love Jax's character and his walk with God. I cannot get your characters out of my head. Great book, awesome author. -
LISA BRUMLEY
Loved it! I especially appreciate the truth running throughout the book that we have the freedom to choose until our choices determine for us. I keep repeating that line in my mind. I love the way Kelly weaves teaching and truth into her fictional stories. -
Rachel in Texas
 


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