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Fallbrook author offers free Kindle e-book


Last updated 11/16/2018 at 10:41am

FALLBROOK – Local author Dave Aranda-Richards' new Kindle e-book, "45 Encouraging Visits to the book of Job," will be available at no charge to Village News readers from Nov. 15-19 on The book may be read on a Kindle device, computer, iPad, tablet, smartphone or read out loud by a smart speaker. A paperback edition is also available.

Evangelist Aranda-Richards, who was traveling across the nation portraying the 1800s preacher Charles Haddon Spurgeon in various venues, experienced a massive brain hemorrhagic stroke on Jan. 1, 2014, which turned his life upside down. The event in a way depicted what Job experienced in the Bible's oldest book, Aranda-Richards said, and what he mirrored in his ongoing recovery.

The book is a dramatic treatment of the problems incurred with unexpected trials and suffering. Expanding the age-old question, "Why do bad things happen to good people?" The book is a literary composition pointing out victories with God, when those life changing events occur.

Not unlike many people responding to life's storms, Job wished that his birth had been shrouded in darkness and longed to have never been born, feeling that light or life only intensified his misery, according to Job chapter 3. He felt that wisdom is hidden from human minds, but he resolved to persist in pursuing wisdom by fearing God and avoiding evil in Job 28.

Aranda-Richards' book is full of encouragement and is not a transcript of historical biblical events and conversations, he said.

The book can be found at


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