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Confessions of a Tomboy Grandma

On the Eternal Destiny of the Human Race


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Confessions of a Tomboy Grandma by Diane Perkins Castro
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Is there any hope for our world, or have we made an irreparable mess of it? Do you put your trust in government to bring about true justice and world peace? Or is your faith in science to save the planet, or in medicine to heal all ills? Or do you think that human lives are damaged beyond repair, that relationships are hopelessly fractured, and that the planet itself is hurtling toward inevitable destruction? The premise of this book is that the Creator of the world is both willing and able to rescue His entire creation, including every human being who has ever lived. He will right all wrongs, heal all infirmities, reconcile all relationships, and restore the entire planet and beyond. The fact that He has given us the opportunity to make our own choices, which often are destructive ones, opens the door to the possibility that the final redemption of the world will be more spectacularly glorious than if we had never had the chance to go wrong. If you hold to any religion, you probably believe that at least you and others of your faith will have a blissful future; imagine if that bliss and perfection could be extended beyond yourself and your circle of faith. If you are a Christian, you believe that Jesus will "save the world" in some sense; let yourself explore the possibility that He will rescue the world in a greater sense than you ever imagined. And if you have no religion at all or have given up on any hope that life can be better beyond what we make of it in this world, then you may actually be in a good position to consider these truths objectively, without the preconceptions of a religion. Whatever the case, don't be afraid to entertain these ideas. And whatever good you long for most-for yourself or for others-be encouraged that with God, nothing is impossible.

Author Biography

Diane Perkins Castro is the author of Reflections of a Tomboy Grandma, which highlights the uniqueness and worth of every human being as created in the image of God. Her second book builds on this theme, showing that not a single human being will be excluded from God's work of redemption. Diane and her husband, Tony, make their home on the North Shore of Massachusetts. They are the parents of six grown children and they have eight grandchildren. Not exactly a typical grandma, Diane enjoys volleyball, snowboarding, hiking, biking, and obstacle races.
Release date NZ
March 30th, 2018
Illustrations, black and white
Id Publishing House
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