Michael's Reward

How to Get God's Attention When Your World Is Falling Apart


Historically, there is only a handful of men whose lives crossed the spiritual intersection of three major religions: Christianity, Islam and Judaism. Michael’s Reward tells the story of a very rich and happy family man whose life is turned upside down when Satan gets God’s permission to wage a battle against him in an effort to show God that Michael’s love for Him is directly tied to all his riches. The ensuing catastrophes in Michael’s life reduce him to living by the freeway in a box. But through his perseverance in faith, he is blessed with a visit from the Almighty, and his life is turned around. This beat-for-beat modern retelling of the Old Testament story of Job takes the classic duel between God and Satan and reshapes it to the challenges and test of our faith today.

If Job were alive today, this would be his story.


What People Are Saying About Michael's Reward. . .

“A spiritual stimulus package for anyone.”

“It's been several weeks since I read Michael's Reward. When I read it, I ate it up in one sitting and it has left me with a renewed inner spiritual life. My prayer life and friendship with God had atrophied a great deal. This well written story has brought that spiritual connection back to life. I knew about the traditional story of Job from the Bible and thought that I would know the story before I read it. WRONG! It's written in a way that makes the old story entirely new. This book has a radiance in it that gives the reader a taste, a brief glimpse of a higher reality. With me I was fortunate because this higher vibe has stayed with me. I loaned the book to a good friend of mine and I hope she gets it back soon because I want to read it again. If you need a spiritual bailout or spiritual stimulus package READ THIS BOOK.”

— M. Dirkers

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