In the Fullness of Time
Tales of the Christ
Jose F Cantu
Chaff, a pebble, and a fly on the wall are herein assigned human attributes in considering what they might have thought and said relative to their own experience in the presence of the Christ. A glimpse is thus provided as to the possible relationship of things inanimate and/or of lesser creatures before the Creator.
This work includes a classroom setting that addresses the imperfections of the Mosaic Law as opposed to the wonder of grace; a tale of an atheist who challenges God; a boy from dire poverty who desires nothing but to serve God; an old fisherman; and the work concludes with a memorial in the passing of a dear friend, the great grandson of King Kamehameha, the first King and Ruler of the Kingdom of Hawaii.
The thrust of this work aims to emphasize the joy of God’s salvation - the joy of serving Him.