Published first in the Archives of Anthropos, The Tower of Geburah is the third book in the series. While I would recommend any book in the Archives, this title stands out to me for its presentation of the Gospel.
The work simply abounds with the truth of God’s unrelenting love and passion. It’s the story of His perseverance in winning our hearts. And it showcases the beautiful, best moment of reunion. I’ve mentioned before that God speaks to me through story, and this is one of those examples. I would LOVE to see people handing out books like this one when they go out to evangelize.
Highly recommended to a variety of people groups: gardeners and poets; those who appreciate the writings of William Wordsworth and Henry Thoreau, L.M. Montgomery and Thomas Traherne; naturalists and those who don’t get outside much, but need to; land developers and conservationists.