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This weekend Amazon will feature a free eBook. “Taellywood Treasure Hunt: A Soul Quest to Discover God’s Wisdom Box” is a story of fiction.
The eBook will be available for a free download starting Friday Oct. 4 – Monday, Oct. 7. Pick up your copy or give as a gift.
The story is a blend of fantasy and religious fiction. It’s a story about finding an ancient treasure which contains a wisdom box. If you have ever wondered why things happen or wish to understand God’s will, you would certainly look for those answers in God’s wisdom box. A group of teenagers aim to do just that and they set out on an adventure.
In this excerpt from “Taellywood”, the group of friends encounter an old wise man.
“Hey there old man,” he said. “What are you doing out here in the middle of the woodlands?”
The old man glanced upwards at Dillon. His black eyes peering out under his thick eyebrows, barely taking notice to the rest of us, he said, “No man has survived looking for the Taellywood treasure. Many hunters, pioneers and tribe leaders have died trying to find it, but the one who opens it will have a special anointing.”
The old man extended his twisted fingers up to his face and scratched his long white beard. Turning sharply to look at us, he scrutinized each one of our faces and whispered, “You must be extremely careful. I’m telling you this as a warning. Don’t be a fool. It is better you run from the treasure than to seek it.”
We stood there in silence. Who was this man? Where did he come from? How did he know what we were doing? I had so many questions running through my mind. I absolutely wanted to know who he was.”
For more on this story, check out Amazon.com.
- What Are Your Dreams and Visions (faith-dream.com)
“I felt it touch my shoulders. I embraced the gentle breeze softly caressing my cheeks. I wasn’t afraid. I knew it was out there somewhere, just waiting for us. What would happen when we found it? Because I knew, deep down inside I knew. We would find it, but then what? Would it be all over?
‘Go to Taellywood,’ the angel said. ‘You will find a treasure buried there deep inside the forest. Look beyond the trees. Look beyond your fears. Under the big oak tree will be distinct markings. There you will find a blue bench resting under the crescent moon. Go to that tree and you’ll find the ancient treasure. The handprints will lead you to the place you were told about long ago.'”
An excerpt from the Taellywood Treasure Hunt.