The Hill Of The Lord
The Hill Of The Lord is the title of a series of books which will likely be compared to the Pilgrim’s Progress literature. These books are fantasy. Perhaps. What happens when YaHWeH calls me to climb the hill of the Lord? What happens as I journey up that hill and meet him, and many others? What of Glasgow? Edinburgh? Scotland? The world?
Who would I meet on the journey? How would I relate to them? What would their story be? How can a fantasy relate to what we call real life? What will I learn about myself, about others, about God?
How would God relate to me as I began to climb his hill? How would I hear him? How would I see him? Why does God call me to climb the hill at all? Is this going to be an experience that will change me forever? Will I really know God and his guiding on the hill? And my mind is so easily distracted.
Surely God must have a plan in calling me to climb his hill? What milestones will mark my progress along the way? What changes will God work in me as I climb in obedience to him? What is the hill of the Lord?
Is the hill of the Lord about me, or is it about God at work in me? What will happen to me as I ascend? How will I know that it is God who speaks or acts?
What about the city in which I live? What about the other cities of Scotland? Of England? Surely God has purposes that are bigger than just me? How will I experience them? What will it be like?
The fantasy includes many named major cities and areas of the United Kingdom and then stretches out into Europe. It majors on the battle for Glasgow, though in the context of the bigger picture. Written in the first person, the book follows the adventures of that person as he enters the heavenly realms and encounters things beyond imagination.
The spiritual battle for Glasgow has an impact far greater and beyond the city. Is it a mere fantasy, or is it prophetic in nature? Does the book have something relevant to say to us today? You decide. Join in the adventure and be a part of the story for yourself. Neither mind nor imagination can begin to conceive what God has prepared for those who love him and take him at his word.
What lies beyond the hill of the Lord? What of countries, nations and continents? This world belongs to YaHWeH – not to human beings. What is his plan to redeem and to reclaim that world? How will ‘church’ be mobilised for what it really is? The hill of the Lord is the beginning of a fantasy.