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Timothy Phillips Paperback – October 7, 2013
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We need to stay focused on God and His Word, so we will know the right things to do. Listen for that still small voice through God's Word and prayer. He will never steer you wrong.
Overall I found the main character to be a little frustrating in the sense that he tends to go along with everyone else's agenda but, in the end, that seems to be the lesson of this story. Christians ought to make a stand, and when they don't, well, bad things tend to happen.
This story is presented as a stand alone story and, for the most part, it works. However, as I read it there were some things going on that left me with the sense of needing more background. I found it slightly distracting but in a good way. It makes me want to read the other stories in this series.
There was one area of the story that I wasn't crazy about. Without giving too much away there is a moment in the story where the main character is no longer just a bystander but an actual participant in some of the 'bad' things that are happening around him. The only problem is that when it happens it happens fast and because it is never expressly shown that he has moved in this direction then it came as a small shock. It's not a deal breaker but i would've preferred to have been eased into it.
In the end, good writing, good story, and it should inspire others to stand strong in their beliefs.
I expected the book to deal more with end-times issues. Besides a few things going on in the background and at the very end, the story could just as easily have taken place in today's era. I also sometimes got frustrated with the main character, who in the beginning came across as a little judgmental of the people around him.
Even though it is set in the end times, the story of Timothy Phillips has a lot of truth and encouragement for Christians today. Nice job, Mr. Ball.