Miracle mission to Gethsemane
There have been so many books written about war and our American heroes that some might ask why would anyone write another. I think it’s because there are still so many stories to tell. Our fighting men and women display their bravery every day around the world just as they have for hundreds of years. Since the beginning, evil has walked this earth so the fight continues. But in Found in Time, there’s a twist book lovers might find especially intriguing. It asks another question that only you can answer.
In the hardest of times, people reach out to God for help. Many seek and find comfort in their prayers, hoping they are heard and answered. In Found In Time, our heroes have gone back in time to deliver justice and to witness history being made. All this while the Pentagon hides this capability from the President. When an evil, in the form of cancer, revisits the team leader’s wife he realizes there is only one man who can help her. He has prayed already, everyone has prayed for her. But holding her family bible, Major JJ Jackson realizes it’s time for action.
Against orders, he’ll go back in time once more, escorted by his fellow Marines. Jackson takes them on an extraordinary journey to the Garden of Gethsemane. That is the only place he knows for sure that Christ will be that night, awaiting his own fate.
Would you take the same trip if needed? Could you ask the holiest man to ever have walked the earth to save your loved one? In his darkest hour, could you ask Him for help?
Found In Time will take you there. The Midwest Book Review gave it an unreserved recommendation that I am very proud of. Historical fiction or Military thriller, follow the Marines on this fast-paced adventure that has left reviews that read, “couldn’t put it down,” or “riveting,” or simply, “wow!”