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The Grip of Grace: God's Hand in The Lord of the Rings

by Brent King

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0615776167, Paperback)

Grace has given you a choice, and the choice is one that haunts each of us: What will you do with the Ring of Power? Will your answer echo that of Gollum or Frodo? Which pathway will you choose to follow? The Ring of Power, the controlling force in The Lord of the Rings, seeks mastery over you. However, you can choose to resist its allure. The choice of our hearts between good and evil, so dramatically portrayed in this epic tale, is what draws each of us to this story again and again… If you find yourself captivated by The Lord of the Rings, then this book is for you. It explores grace, your choice, and the eternal “why.” Come struggle with Men, Elves, Dwarves, and Wizards and learn how to destroy your own Ring of Power while finding faith, hope, and peace beyond the fires of Mount Doom.

(retrieved from Amazon Fri, 03 Jun 2016 00:35:30 -0400)

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