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Book Title: God's Panoply: The Armour of God and the Kiss of Heaven|
The author of the book: Anne Hamilton
ISBN 13: 9781921633010
Edition: Even Before Publishing
Date of issue: August 1st 2013
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The sequel to the multi-award winning God's Poetry: The Identity and Destiny Encoded in Your Name.
The Hebrew word for 'to kiss' also means 'to put on armour'. This uplifting exploration into Ephesians 5-6 shines a light on the hidden Aramaic thought behind Paul’s command to submit and his description of God’s armour.
A devotional kaleidoscope on the nature of marriage and spiritual warfare.
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For twenty years, I was the coordinator of an annual camp for children based around The Chronicles of Narnia. That experience shaped a lot of my thinking about how readers enjoy fantasy.
Like CS Lewis, my fantasy story Many-Coloured Realm began with a picture in my mind's eye: a boy without arms floating in a field of stars and faced with an impossible choice.
My non-fiction series beginning with God's Poetry can be traced back to the observation that Lewis comes from the Welsh word for lion. The discovery of name covenants led to the discovery of threshold covenants, as well as many other long-forgotten aspects of our Judeo-Christian heritage.
I love exploring words, mathematics and names. All of these combine in my books, whether they are fiction or non-fiction, or whether they're for adults or children, whether they're academic in tone or primarily devotional. I hope my readers always come away from my books with a renewed delight for the world around us and a child-like wonder for its awesome aspects.