The Captive and the King's Will

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Perhaps you’ve journeyed with a friend as they travelled from spiritual death to spiritual life. Perhaps you’ve wondered, “What’s next?” 

Following the life of Simon Peter, The Captive and the King’s Will guides the new believer into the next steps of what it means to follow Christ. Assuming the reader has little or no previous exposure to church or Christianity, The Captive endeavours to touch on key sanctificational truths, grounding believers in their new-found faith as they pursue a walk with the Lord. 

“I’m confident this book will be a resource that new believers and older believers...

will not only read once, but return to again and again.” 

— Reader review


Basic Assumptions for the Reader: This book assumes the reader has been taught the content of either The Stranger on the Road to Emmaus, By This Name or All that the Prophets have Spoken and has put his or her faith in Jesus’ death and resurrection. No assumptions are made of any other exposure to Christianity. 

Narrative Approach: Key sanctificational truths are covered through the life of Peter. The Captive teaches through every text related to the life of Peter, including the entirety of both 1 and 2 Peter. 

Focuses on key sanctificational truths: This book is not exhaustive in its approach to sanctification. Instead, the author seeks to layer down understanding of foundational truths to establish and deepen a believer’s walk with Christ. 

Bible verses: Seven-hundred and sixty-five verses are covered in the narrative. The reader engages directly with the text of the Bible. 

Illustrated: Over 50 drawings, maps and diagrams help explain the story.


Designed to give away: 

Can be given away. Readers can learn these sanctificational truths on their own. 

Designed for study: 

Ideal for a home Bible study.


Appropriate for these audiences: 

• Written for adults and teens. 

• Targeted to new believers with little or no church background. 

• Assumes readers have little knowledge about the Bible, other than what they have learned through GoodSeed’s evangelism materials.