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A fresh take on the most significant person who ever lived! Oriel opens his diary in Heaven's administration department, as his Boss's plan to rescue humanity swings into action with the sending of a colleague to visit a teenage girl in Nazareth... The personal diary of Archangel Oriel, colleague of Gabriel and Michael, records the birth, life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Closely based on Luke's Gospel, Oriel's Diary presents an entirely original view of a familiar story. Author Robert Harrison describes his book as 'a mixture of biblical fact and creative fictionalisation'. His model is Jesus himself. 'Jesus deliberately communicated his message in stories because they hold divine truth more effectively than intellectual debate.' Engage your heart and imagination with this compelling, humorous and moving story. The first of a best-selling seriers, Oriel's Diary is told from the perspective of Oriel, one of the angelic host and an archangel colleague of Gabriel and Michael. This fictionalised re-telling of the life of Jesus is closely based on Luke's Gospel and opens with the Boss giving the go-ahead to initiate the plan of salvation and Gabriel about to appear to Mary to announce the birth of Jesus. A fresh view of a very familiar story giving, as it were, sneak insights into God's intentions. Very entertaining, often humorous, and sometimes very moving, this book will appeal to both Christians and non-Christians.

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