Anita Tosh lives in Northern California with her husband of almost fifty years and their little Schnoodle, Mitzi. She is a lover of the word of GOD, has taught Sunday school, Bible studies and at ladie's prayer groups. She also loves gardening and cooking.
With Father's Day this month, I wanted to point out that Jeremy has a wonderful dad in "The Book of Jeremy". Naphtali Meyers is a man of faith who loves God and his family. He wants them to be ready for heaven and anything that may come upon the earth in this life. He is a strong and important character in the story.
I combined many role models to make Naphtali. If you are a dad that I know, you may see a little, or a lot, of yourself in Naph. Let me know.
Pre-order now and I hope to see your review after you've enjoyed the book.
And God Bless all you Fathers out there.
The Book of Jeremy
Dad’s tall figure filled the doorway. “Who has that much power over you?” “What?” “You said someone was ruining your life. I want to know who you are giving that much power to. No one can ruin your life unless you let them.” I began to protest, but Dad squelched it. “Listen to me, Jeremy. God is in control, right?” “What does that have to do with anything?” “That has to do with everything. Answer me. Is God in control or not?” “I guess. Why?” Dad sighed. “OK, so, God is in control of everything all the time. Now answer me. Does God love you?” I squinted at him. Where was he going with this? “I was talking about how a guy dissed me at school.” “Answer my question. Does God love you?” I wagged my head and sang, “For the Bible tells me so.” Dad raised his eyebrows. I sighed deeply and nodded. “Yes, Jesus loves me.” “I want you to think about this: God has all power, and He loves you, so how can anyone at your school have the power to ruin your life?”