The Remnant of Eden: In Between Worlds
by Saraiah Faith Gracie,
A former police officer turned private investigator, Grant McCormick is about to have his life turned on end. He’s just met a woman who believes her granddaughter has been marked for destruction. She’s asked him to help her track down an angel, which she believes she has photographs of, to help protect her granddaughter. Though he’s skeptical about her beliefs, Grant agrees to help. The subject of the photographs is revealed to be a flesh and blood woman, not an angel, and yet she leads Grant directly into the spiritual realm. Grant finds himself literally swallowed into the unseen world of Eden, which exists as a transitional land between Heaven and Earth. After witnessing an angelic battle unfold to prevent a tragedy on earth, Grant’s life is further revolutionized when he is offered the chance of a lifetime: To work side by side with the angels of God.
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Saraiah Faith Gracie, ® 2005
is much more to God than simply saving a
result of tragedy: the suicidal death of his mother;
a child is displaced from what he’s always known. As
a result of a car accident: a collision which
renders her stranded; a woman is sent to a place
only God could have directed her to. When the two
come together, a kinship is formed and the child
discovers that God can see him, while the woman
discovers that the power of God is much bigger than
she ever thought possible.
Unfolding along a journey of self discovery or
rather, God discovery, Soulfinder combines
the sometimes heart-wrenching reality of everyday
life with an offering of optimism, enlightenment, a
bit of humor, and even a touch of the supernatural.
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Sees is a children’s book which is directly related
to the narrative of Soulfinder. Its origin is
specifically referenced in the novel and its
creation is a result of this connection. God Sees
will also stand on its own as an inspirational and
informative story for children and adults alike.
in the fictional mountainside village of Easton,
a young boy named Zeke discovers first that God can
see him, and then he marvels at how God sees the
world, ultimately coming to realize that true vision
resides not within the eye, but within the heart.
God Sees is a tale that will not only entertain its
audience but will enlighten them as well as it
delicately weaves the truths of God into the lives
God Sees Excerpt:
This book is not about a
A story is something which is told and then all too
this book is about a truth.
A truth is something that remains even after a story
has been told.
A favorable truth upon discovery could and even
it should open eyes and uncover ears,
quicken thoughts and enlighten hearts.
A truth should never be forgotten.
It should be cherished.
Jude Christopher by
Saraiah Faith Gracie, ® 2005-2011
Status: Not Completed
Jude Christopher is born
with the gift of prophesy. By age seven, her ability
to decipher truth in all things has threatened the livelihood
of two local criminals, one of which decides she
must be done away with. Fearing the wrath of God
upon them if they take the child’s life, they agree
to banish Jude from existence by locking her in an
abandoned, underground cellar and leaving her to die.
Set within a close knit,
rural community in the late 19th century,
the sleepy town of Shepherds Pass, Maine is about
to find its peaceful, trusting society turned on
end. Twenty five years after the disappearance of
Jude Christopher, it is rumored that she has been
found. Upheaval arises as more than two decades
worth of questions are forced
again to the surface, still without answers to
alleviate them. There is as of yet no proof that
Jude is alive, the only witness is a child who can
scarcely communicate- and the few who know the truth