The Last Train at Sunset by Pearl Nsiah-Kumi

The Last Train at Sunset

About the Book

The Last Train at Sunset is a book of short articles and poems that are very easy to read, and good as a devotional. The first section of the book contains articles that point to Christ as the only way to salvation, and also stress the urgency of making the decision to place one’s faith in Him. The second section has articles encouraging Christians in their walk with Christ; addressing topics like prayer, Bible reading, evangelism, and supporting missions.


Book Excerpt

If you’d like to spend eternity in heaven (highly recommended),

Here is what you need to understand:

• You are a sinner, deserving God’s judgment (Rom 3:23), but God so loved you that He gave His only begotten Son as a substitute for you. he died in your place (Jn 3:16).
Here is what you need to do:

• Admit to God that you are a sinner
• Ask for His forgiveness and place your faith in Him, “Believe in the Lord Jesus, and you will be saved” (Acts 16:31).
• Ask Him to be your Lord and Master.



About the Author


Pearl is a retired registered nurse, and a Christian author. She came to the United States from Ghana, West Africa. She has lived in Maryland for over forty years. Pearl has three children, a son in-law, and four grandchildren. She loves to write poetry and short articles based on Scripture. She has authored two books: Get On Board and Stay On Board and The Last Train at Sunset, and working on a third one. These books contain salvation messages, and messages about the Christian walk. They are suitable for devotionals and also helpful in witnessing. Both books are available on Amazon, Barnes and Nobles, and also on her website:
Pearl is also a Volunteer Counselor at a local Crisis Pregnancy Clinic.


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