God’s Hand in the Himalayas

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Not only are we given a privileged insight into the transforming power of God among the Magar people, but Gary challenges the reader as he himself was challenged, about the application of God’s Word to our lives and the impact that might have on generations to come. Just as Jesus taught through stories, this book is a powerful tool to see the Word in action, drawing us into a closer relationship with the One who made us.

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  1. GOD’S HAND IN THE HIMALAYAS
    A book review by Fiona Taylor

    Gary Shepherd is a master storyteller. His ability to paint a vivid picture of a place we may never visit, to enable us to see things with our minds we may never see with our eyes, and to love people we may never meet is a special gift which he freely shares in God’s Hand in the Himalayas, the sequel to Angel Tracks in the Himalayas. Through the short, stand-alone chapters the reader is able to reconnect with Baju and be introduced to others in the Magar community who learnt to ‘lean their hearts’ on Jesus. With godly insight and wisdom, he relates stories of modern-day ‘biblical’ events in Nepal – a real life ‘Daniel’ saved from a leopard, God’s blessing flowing through a ‘Paul’ in jail and life-saving blood given for a friend. I was inspired by every page as I learnt about the sincere, simple and tenacious faith of the Magar people.

    Not only are we given a privileged insight into the transforming power of God among the Magar people, but Gary challenges the reader as he himself was challenged, about the application of God’s Word to our lives and the impact that might have on generations to come. Just as Jesus taught through stories, this book is a powerful tool to see the Word in action, drawing us into a closer relationship with the One who made us.

    It is said that a sequel is never as good as the original. I beg to differ.

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