Jana Smith’s Children of Light
A series of Christian, faith-based, speculative fiction books that take place
seventy years after the rapture and subsequent post-apocalyptic war.
Have you ever wondered what the end times would be like?
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Book 3, Orphan Lights, in the Children of Light Series, has been released. It is available in both eBook and Paperback formats.
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Jana Smith’s The Children of Light series are Christian, faith-based, and speculative fiction books.
If we are very honest, at some point in our lives, we have imagined ourselves as being exceptional. We hope we are someone who has the strength to rise above and shine. But few of us truly are. And most of us are rather ordinary. While this may be true, there is nothing wrong with that. Mostly, we live our lives to the best of our ability and serve God right where we are. Still, some of us dream of more, but those are only our secret dreams.
God’s gifts to his children
Every child of God has a gift. God gives us special gifts and abilities that are appropriate for the purpose God has created us for. Specifically, this is so we can accomplish that which He has called us to. In the end, unfortunately, few of us comprehend the magnitude of our giftedness.
At any rate, the challenge resides in our ability to recognize our gifts. To see them as a blessing. Accept them, surrendering to the role the gifts dictate and finally to respond when called upon…all in God’s timing.
However, being extraordinary can be a burden
Although we may dream of being extraordinary, few of us are. Some special ones, unable to carry the burden, dream of being ordinary. Further, the very extra-ordinary ones may force themselves to be ordinary, therefore, rejecting their truth.
Emma is not special. She is extraordinary. Life’s circumstances forced her to reject her giftedness and bury the truth of its true value and purpose. Thus, life forced her to be ordinary.
Until it didn’t.
Follow Emma’s journey as she works to recognize that her gift of light is a gift and not a curse; to accept it, surrender to God’s will, and finally respond to God’s purpose for her life.