The Fire-Tried Golden Heartbeats of Golden Agers at the Sunset of Life

by Rev. Benjamin A. Vima


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 2/28/2019

Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 226
ISBN : 9781490793917
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 226
ISBN : 9781490793887
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 226
ISBN : 9781490793894

About the Book

In the Bible, God’s heroes pour out so many of their beliefs about God’s greatness and their failures and successes in abiding by God’s premonitions and promises. At the brink of death, they cry out for the strong and saving presence of God; at the same instance, their hearts rise up with grateful beats for God’s positive promises for them. Reverend Vima acknowledges himself as one already entering the threshold of golden age, hearing the same heartbeats from his inner spirit as well as from so many of his peers. This book contains a hundred such fire-tried golden heartbeats. The contents of this book have been gathered by the author for more than ten years and intensively worked on it in his retirement life. They are framed as small articles under many titles. In his foreword, Reverend Vima underlines this book is a gift of love from him to his readers, young and old: I offer it to the young ones so that either they can fight against them or bite them or munch them or even digest them for getting stronger in their holdings of Christian faith. I present it to the golden agers so that these heartbeats of mine may join with their own, making their inner holdings wrapped around and getting stronger or dance according to the beats as a sort of spiritual exercise in their lone world stage.


About the Author

Rev. Benjamin A Vima has been a diocesan priest for forty eight years, performed his pastoral ministry in various parishes both in India and USA as well. He holds two Masters: one in Religious Communications from Loyola University of Chicago and another in People’s Theater Communications from University of Illinois at Chicago Campus. He has authored several books, eleven of which have been published already through the help of Trafford Publications, Indiana. At present he is retired from his parish administration and perform his caregiving ministry as chaplain at Montereau Retirement Home, Tulsa. He too continues to accept calls from various churches around America to perform church services and preaching ministry.