Throne of Grace

One Man's Journey of Faith and the Power of Prayer

by Hugh Barber



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 8/18/2020

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 198
ISBN : 9781664100435
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 198
ISBN : 9781664100442

About the Book

“LET US THEN APPROACH GOD’S THRONE OF GRACE WITH CONFIDENCE, SO THAT WE MAY RECEIVE MERCY AND FIND GRACE TO HELP US IN OUR TIME OF NEED…” Are our prayers really heard in heaven? And if so what happens behind the scenes? Founded in biblical wisdom and timeless principles, this book will inspire your faith and trust in God’s infinite power and perfect timing. Set in the 14th century, Throne of Grace is an inspiring allegory of Knight, a medieval peasant, who lives in the Kingdom of Georgia. From humble beginnings as a farmer to a fearless soldier in battle, discover how Knight takes the path less travelled on his adventure of faith. You will read about Knight’s impossible dream come true and the many friends, angels and enemies he encounters along the way. His life will motivate you to push past any setbacks and to believe for the impossible. Throne of Grace explains what transpires in heaven when we pray and how God works as a result of our prayers. Using a backdrop of biblical themes and references, you will understand how God sees the end from the beginning to set you up for blessing. Among the key themes include the power of wisdom, the importance of right living, failure as a set up for success, the ripple effect of good deeds and much more. Knight’s journey will inspire you to believe the dreams God has placed in your heart regardless of your background, qualifications or mistakes. And how character and faith are grown through adversity to mature and strengthen you to step into your destiny.

About the Author

Hugh grew up in Sydney, Australia and has travelled extensively around the world. He has a Bachelor of Business degree and an Advanced Diploma in Theology. He currently lives in London and works in local government as a manager in housing. He writes inspirational Christian books as a hobby and loves football, Marvel movies, Japanese food and coffee. Hugh is married to Amy and has two beautiful girls, Jasmine and Abigail.