The Harvester

TITLE: The Harvester

CATEGORY: Biblical Fiction

A legacy of misunderstanding and unfounded accusation was his inheritance. Even before he was born the son of a simple farmer in the small village of Bethsaida, Philip had the odds stacked against him. The members of his family were considered outcasts. His father and grandfather were at odds with one another. There was barely enough to survive on let alone thrive. Philip tried to breach the gap between his father whose heart was drawn to the sea and his grandfather whose heart belonged to the land. He loved both men, but a sense of his own destiny kept tugging at his thirsty heart.
When he got wind of a strange Rabbi who might be the Messiah, Philip was compelled to search out this Man. He longed for more than a provincial life. He felt as if he was missing something. He knew that to leave would mean possible disinheritance of his rights to the land and forsaking a relationship with his father. Yet Philip longed for another land, a heavenly kingdom that he knew nothing about. He wanted to experience more than the yearly harvests of grain. He truly desired a harvest that resulted from a divinely implanted soul.
How long would Philip be able to straddle the wall existing between his past and his destined future? As the ground of his soul began to cry out for living water, would Philip search for it or become like so many others whose hearts had remained barren and unfruitful?

This story is complete with questions at the end of the book for group discussion or personal bible study relating to each chapter.

Book Five in Follower Series (available in paperback, hardback or kindle)

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