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'GOD Today' Series by Bryan Foster

A series of seven books, four texts and three photobooks, and a video series by Bryan Foster, released between 2016 and 2021. One God for All (Released, 2016)

Mt Warning God’s Revelation: Photobook Companion to ‘’ (Released, 2017)

Where’s GOD? Revelations Today (Released, 2018)

Where’s GOD? Revelations Today Photobook Companion: GOD Signs (Ed 1 & 2) (Released, 2018)

‘GOD Today’ Video Series (Released, 2018)

Love is The Meaning of Life (Working title, end 2019)

Love is The Meaning of Life: Photobook Companion (Working title, beginning 2020)

The Two Great Prophets for Today? (Working title, 2021) One God for All

introduced in detail the first of the Revelations from God for today and challenged the reader to search and find God through other people, nature and God’s inspired messages. It introduced the author and shared twenty-six of his personal, spiritual, finding-God stories. A series of inspired messages discerned by the author over his lifetime was shared. (See Appendix 1 for Contents.)

Mt Warning God’s Revelation: Photobook Companion to ‘’ is a 60-page photographic exploration around Mt Warning taken over three years, culminating in the Revelations from God on the plains at the foot of the mountain one cold night. It is a photographic and written story of the spectacular and spiritually inspiring Mt Warning and its surrounding towns, landscapes and fauna. Images are taken from all angles around its 72km base and road up to the walking track.

Where’s GOD? Revelations Today

invites the reader to continue the journey of exploring who and where God is for them and what are God’s messages for today’s world. It details the twelve Revelations from God for today introduced in the previous two books. A collection of another six inspired messages received within that same 24-hour revelation period is shared. A key focus is on assisting the reader in their appreciation, understanding and search for God in today’s world.

Where’s GOD? Revelations Today Photobook Companion: GOD Signs

surprises the reader with some exceptional and different photographic images formed from various reflections and refractions of the sun. Some formed across the author, along with spectacular sun shapes formed in the sky. These occurred at three venues on the plains and at the foot of Mt Warning, Cabarita and Kingscliff beaches, as well as on Straddie, at Cylinder Beach, North Stradbroke Island and inland at Texas on the Queensland / New South Wales border. The sun is seen as central for many people in their imagining and discerning of God and God’s beyond-our-reality’s awesome powers. Other spectacular sunrise and sunset images are shared.

Love is The Meaning of Life

is planned for release in late 2019. A major exploration of what love is and how it affects us all introduces this book. There is a major discussion on the types of love, its positive and sometimes negative impacts, and how we can grow in true love throughout our lifetimes with our special lovers, family, friends, colleagues and communities. God is seen as the absolute lover who loves us all equally and desires our perfect union on this earth and ultimately with God in Heaven. God’s love is explored in detail.

Love is The Meaning of Life: Photobook Companion

still in the early planning stages, it will strongly support the textbook through significant photographic images. The release date is planned for early 2020. The images will sometimes be quite challenging. Combined with various literary genres used to enhance the images, this book will be strong support for those wishing for more love in their lives and the world as a whole. An emphasis is on how God, being Absolute Love, can help us in all our relationships with each other and with God.

The Two Great Prophets for Today?

A massive challenge for fifty per cent of the world’s population is issued. This work in progress is being continually researched and upgraded. Prayer and relationships with God and the incarnate God hold key possibilities for our future world.

Images and text © Copyright 2018-19 Bryan W Foster

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