Simon's Journey to the Mountains of Darkness
A New Understanding of the Grace of Elohim
Be sure to read Book 1: Simon and the Ka-Ha-Gee before reading this book. It will make more sense.
This is a more "Adult" book than Simon and the Ka-Ha-Gee.
Simon travels back to a dangerous and corrupt time before the flood of Noah. He is nearly killed by the gruesome Nephilim, witnesses the savage and barbaric persecution of his dearest friends and falls deeply in love with an exotic girl. The story of his Journey to the Mountains of Darkness includes unspeakable violence, intense passion, and an ongoing struggle of lust, hatred, and bloodshed.
In this journey, Simon sees vivid comparisons of life then and life now. Why did God say he was sorry he had made man? Are we living any differently today than the people in the days of Noah?
You will discover Noah and his Ark in ways you never imagined and gain a new perspective of the enduring grace and the passionate love of God, at a dark and corrupt time in our history.
Simon will return home, emotionally and physically broken and yet transformed by a new understanding of the character of the God of Noah.
About the Author
David Rush travels with his wife Amy and their little dog, Dixie. David is “homeless by choice” and travels at “the whim of God” to various places across the United States. They live in their converted bus titled “Tikvah”, a Hebrew word meaning “Hope” or “Intense Trust”. His intentional walk with God is based on the premise of walking each day in absolute trust - only in the Grace and Mercy of God.
David and Amy pick up work wherever they travel and enjoy mentoring young people and challenging church leaders with the Bible.
If you would like to connect with Dave and Amy or read more about their life go to their personal website at Dave-Amy.com