The Cloud and the Line

Book 2 of The Kingdom Trilogy
The Cloud and the Line

Does God have favorites? If not, then what is it that affects the way He deals with us? Is there more to Christianity than the dos and don’ts of religion? How can we live above the line and why should we want to? These intriguing questions set the stage for the provocative new book by Paul Clayton Gibbs.

In his poetic style of writing, the author addresses these questions by unpacking six Kingdom Principles – each one challenging, unique, and transformational. As he does so, the author uses the parables, culture, and life of Jesus to help us uncover some surprising facts. In this second book of the Kingdom Trilogy, Gibbs promotes not what to think, but how to think. He presents stimulating and alternative thoughts on religion and challenges us to fight for the heart of our King . . . which poses another question: What exactly is in the heart of the King? What you will find there, Gibbs argues, may differ from what you have been led to believe. Rather than simply touching surface issues, this book will fundamentally re-shape your approach to your faith, your choices, and your God by challenging the basic premise of why you follow Jesus. Read this book and receive a different perspective!

 

Amazon Reviews

A Must Read!

5.0 out of 5 stars, on November 7, 2011 By Elle Marie

“The Cloud and the Line is a very engaging and insightful book. The questions that are investigated help to uncover the heart of God and the desire He has for us. This book challenged me to dig deeper into the Father’s heart as it distinguishing between religion and faith. Ultimately I would recommend this book to anyone who desires to see day-to-day questions we ask through God’s eyes rather than our own, strives to be an instrument in the furthering of the Kingdom of God, and yearns to be captivated by a renewed love for the Father.

Overall, it was an amazing book and I would encourage you to take the time to read it!”

 

Excellent!

5.0 out of 5 stars, October 29, 2011 By Andrew

“I loved this book! The second in the series and with every chapter and every book brings new idea about kingdom living and what living with a kingdom mind really looks like. This book covers a series of principles to live by and living by them over the last year has helped me grow as a christian and developed my personal walk with God. Highly recommend it to anyone, at any stage in their walk with God, and highly recommend buying the teaching videos from (…) to go with it and increase your learning and the value of the book even more!!”