New novel gives moving testament to the power of God’s salvation
“Seasons of Life” shows the impact of faith and redemption in one man’s life, uses Scripture to help tell his story
ALTOONA, Pa. – In her uplifting new book “Seasons of Life: Man’s Journey from the Garden to Glory” (published by Westbow Press a division of Thomas Nelson and Zondervan), author Sandra M. Platt tells a moving story of one man’s search for salvation, redemption and God’s grace.
“Seasons of Life: Man’s Journey from the Garden to Glory” chronicles one man’s spiritual journey as he comes to understand his lost condition and begins a new, Christian life. Readers walk with him through the barren wasteland of sin to repentance where through faith, he is born again to new life in Christ.
An excerpt from “Seasons of Life,” from the book’s preface:
“The road to salvation is often a winding and narrow one, filled with obstacles and distractions. Many weary travelers are lost along the way. Without the Holy Spirit to convict and lead and to illuminate God’s precious Word, none would find their way. It is my prayer that this small book, through the power of His Word, might shine a light to guide some home, and that those who have found the way of salvation through faith might be strengthened for God’s service.”
“In the style of the early Christian writers, ‘Seasons of Life’ is written with a strong reliance upon the Holy Scriptures, desiring that the story of man’s journey to God be told not through the wisdom of man but through the wisdom and power of God’s Word,” Platt writes. “It is my prayerful desire to share the things that are freely given to us by God in His Word.”
“Seasons of Life: Man’s Journey from the Garden to Glory”
By Sandra M. Platt
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 118 pages | ISBN: 978-1-49088-453-0
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 118 pages | ISBN 978-1-49088-447-9
E-Book | 118 pages | ISBN 9781462724529
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Sandra M. Platt was born in Syracuse, N.Y. Since being saved in the spring of 1998, she has had a passion for God’s Word and a heart for soul-winning and discipleship. She and her husband, Jim, have four children and live in Altoona, Pa.