The Chasm Read ´ 102

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Ecrets come starkly into sight Where the fairest of companions leads the way into unsuspected danger and darkness Where hidden battles burst into the open Where so much is graspedand so much seems unattainable Driven by a yearning he doesn't understand compelled toward a destination he can't uite see the traveler navigates the inhospitable landscape with determination and a flicker of something li.

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The Chasm Read ´ 102 Î [Epub] ➛ The Chasm ➜ Randy Alcorn – Berkingmad.co.uk A Journey He Couldn't Miss and a Step He Couldn't Take He found himself a traveler in the strangest of lands Where invisible secrets come starkly into sight Where the fairest of companions leads the w A Journey He Couldn't Miss and a Step He Couldn't Take He foundKe hope despite the obstacles that seem to unerringly block his path Best selling novelist Randy Alcorn weaves a supernatural interplay of wills and motives lusts and longings love and sacrifice It's a potent mix that leaves every reader wondering Do I really understand this world I live in Do I really understand myself Is there to all this than I've ever dared hope INCLUDES original ILLUSTRATIONS.

The Chasm Read ´ 102 Randy Alcorn is the founder of Eternal Perspective Ministries EPM a nonprofit organization dedicated to teaching biblical truth and drawing attention to the needy and how to help them EPM exists to meet the needs of the unreached unfed unborn uneducated unreconciled and unsupported people around the worldMy ministry focus is communicating the strategic importance of using our earthly tim.

10 Comments on "The Chasm Read ´ 102"

  • Pamela

    The Chasm Read ´ 102 The Chasm Throughout my education and upbringing the retaining walls of my mind had been carefully constructed to deny the supernatural to explain away the miraculous Now they fell to the ground like flimsy shacks in a hurricaneNick Seagrave finds himself caught up in the supernatural realm where angels and demons are warring for his soul Somewhat like a prophetic vision The problem is Nick can't tell which is which; the demons of darkness are like chameleon chan


  • Brandi

    The Chasm Read ´ 102 The ChasmI'm reviewing this because I received it for free through Goodreads' First Reads programThe one thing worse for me than reading a bad book is writing a bad review of it But I had such a hard time finding anything to like about this book As a Christian it's not as if I even had many theological objections to the story and I'm not even opposed to Christian fiction I like almost everything by CS Lewis and in my younger years I read and enjoyed Beverly Lewis' books and Francine Rivers' Mark of the Lion trilogy What I didn't like was the forced allegory The story seemed to make no sense at all apart from its theological implications like what motivation did Nick have to pa


  • Gail Welborn

    The Chasm Read ´ 102 The ChasmThe Chasm A Journey to the Edge of Life by Randy Alcorn Multnomah Books 2011 Hardcover 128 pages ISBN 13 9781601423399 1499not all is as it appears Are you ready to walk the red road to the chasm Shadrach spoke of the road to Charis the City of Light the road before death not afterAfter a foolhardy detour when he left the cave Nick Seagrave returned to the red road Shadrach first directed him to which brought him to the chas


  • H.A. Titus

    The Chasm Read ´ 102 The ChasmThe Chasm is adapted from Randy Alcorn's book Edge of EternityNick Seagrave has been brought from our world into another where spiritual battles can be seen where a red road holds the secret to eternal life and a chasm awaits those who try to find Charis the City of LightI read Edge of Eternity several yeas ago and loved it The Chasm is uite short about 110 pages and it took me a couple of hours to read It nicely condenses


  • Lindsey

    The Chasm Read ´ 102 The ChasmIt is very much in the vein of Pilgrim’s Progress which resonated well The particular reason this jumped from 3 stars to 4 stars was the imagery of the crucifixion I didn’t give it 5 because much of the writ


  • Nicole

    The Chasm Read ´ 102 The ChasmI recently read another allegory Hinds Feet In High Places so I couldn't help comparing this story to that classic Hinds Feet is an allegory that sticks to an alternate universe and is internally consistent In contrast The Chasm switches between our world and an alternate reality like the main character is having a dream some parts startlingly realistic then others fantasy like and illogical like Alice in Wonderland I really appreciated the truths the author is pointing to but for a very left brain reader the story's inconsistencies are very distracting On the other hand there are some very compelling verbal illustrations of sin grace temptation sacrifice I found the messages that it conveys to be very biblical


  • Ed

    The Chasm Read ´ 102 The ChasmThis is a great book to give to a person who is lost and not knowing how to come to God It is a story of one person who wants to come to know Christ but has many uestions that he develops in his own mind to keep from doing that This book covers those uestions and the answers to them There is a teacher's guide at the end of the book to help a teacher to deal with people that have all kinds of obstacles in keeping them from being saved


  • Chucky

    The Chasm Read ´ 102 The ChasmPilgrims Progress this is NOT I have a bit of difficulty with some of his theology WAY TOO WORDYDecent story but is very difficult to find a connection with any of the characters One would expect that an allegory should stir up emotion This fell flat for me Got bored with him repeating himself over over in endless different ways


  • Roni Jennings

    The Chasm Read ´ 102 The ChasmA story allegory until the end that speaks to the human condition and humanity's relationship with a Christian god The author reads the book audio book and is sometimes too energetic in his reading Good imagery A sometimes heavy handed allegory but still thought provoking


  • Jonathan Roberts

    The Chasm Read ´ 102 The ChasmListened to audio bookGreat book Really enjoyed it and liked that the author read it This was very well done and highly recommended It fills in nicely a gap in stories like Pilgrim’s Progress by using an oft used illustration of the distance between us and Christ Very well done