Join the Apostle John, the disciple Jesus loved, as he relates his struggles while banished on the isle of Patmos. Written to place the reader into John’s shoes, Patmos walks you through his daily routines transporting you into the future where it is revealed what might have transpired within the Revelation of God.
Featured in the 2021 Ohioana Book Festival, Patmos is written as an independent book, that stands alone or can be read as a sequel to the author's first book, Witness.
In this reading you will live out the adventures of the apostle John as an old man, banished to the desert island of Patmos because of his faith in Christ.
Arriving on the island, following an attempt by Emperor Domitian to snuff out his life by boiling him in oil, John has flash backs building to the reason he is banished. However, he is not alone, banned with him is his trusty assistant Procorus. He recalls his life starting with the first time he heard of Jesus up to the events that brought him to this island.
You’ll walk with John as he meets and interacts with local natives, and most importantly get a first-hand glimpse to when God takes him forward in time leaving John both horrified and exhilarated.
You’ll see heaven with its streets of gold and hear Jesus as He reveals the end of days through revolutionary visions. Most importantly, you will walk with John, the disciple Jesus loved, and feel as if you too had been on the isle of Patmos.
Read by Jennifer Geiger