The Fruits We Eat & How They Prepare for battle
In "The Fruits We Eat & How They Prepare for battle," we embark on a profoundly moving and spiritually transformative journey of Captain Elias Citrustein Rogers who grapples with the devastating aftermath of war and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). With the help of his fruit friends He finds his salvation, hope, and redemption through faith in God.
Captain Elias Citrustein
Captain Elias Citrustein Rogers serves in Iraq and Afghanistan after 911 attacks he has been awarded the medal of honor and purple heart for rescuing his comrade and civilians during a terror attack on Kabul Afghanistan. After he leaves the military he continue to serve the lord and his church and going overseas to help in humanitarian mission
He Trust the Lord and his Weapon to protect him in combat
Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil, for you are with me; your rod and your staff, they comfort me."
(Psalm 23:4, ESV)
The Fruits We Eat & How They Behave
This book and its content are educational. It helps the reader to learn and understand honoring nouns such as Mister and Miss, it relates to the natural and spiritual fruit that we as Christians can produce, and it is centered on the fruits of the spirit found in Galatians 5:22. The book is written at the elementary grade level and is also suitable for middle school aged children.