GeckoFocus: The Way Back

We have always known that Jesus is the only name by which man can be saved. Being saved is like finding the way back to our true home. It’s like getting back to the Garden of Eden, only better. However Old Testament imagery, the Law and plain bad teaching has caused us to miss the beauty and completeness of what Jesus has done. These articles will bring you back to an intimate glorious Jesus. More

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About Nicholas Jones

The author has Bachelor degrees with distinctions in Physics and Electrical and Electronic Engineering; a Master’s degree in Communication Systems. He has worked at Adelaide University as a Research Officer and as a Limited Term Lecturer in Engineering. However, the majority of his professional life has been in software engineering of radar and communication systems. He is currently retired.

About the Series: GeckoFocus: From Me To You
Hi, in 2008 I took my family for our first trip to the snow fields. Not much snow but lots of fun. Also in 2008 I opened my website called GeckoFocus.com. The articles developed into four themes:

1) "Images from Genesis" or Game Start, for creation related topics;

2) "The Way Back" for what Jesus did;

3) "Shakeup" for challenging faith problems; and

4) "Game Over" for prophetic/end times issues.

The major revelation was captured in "Page 1: God’s Timetable", which further inspired a new model of the universe titled "Where Time Begins". I am now releasing a compilation of the articles from the first 3 themes. These articles are deeply challenging. They enhance your image of God and Jesus. They are not snuggly stories. An eBook reader may be better to digest these articles than being on-line. I don’t know how long I will maintain the website, but for now you can read them for free there.

...This is my revelation of God from Me to You.

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