You’ll have the urge to leap out of your seat and roundhouse-kick Satan in the face upon completion.- jonathan santiago , is a captivating story, set in the Civil War era, of a young couple intent on marriage but separated by many miles.However, the author sometimes needlessly stretches scripture points to make certain conclusions work.
The community settles in Nazareth, northeastern Pennsylvania, for a short time to recover from the tiring ocean voyage.
Before heading off in search of Indian tribes, the group fulfills an unusual custom--marrying couples paired by drawing lots.
It was a hazardous trip, but after weeks of travel they finally arrived--only to learn that Friedrich had recently joined the Union Army to fight against slavery.
Crushed by the news, she did her best to fit into the community, and was assigned a position as cook, a position she was hoping to be given, for this closely knit cluster of people who prayed together, worshipped together and ate their meals together.
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“To say that one waits a lifetime for his soulmate to come around is a paradox.This paperback would make a good addition to any couple's library.- jonathan santiago , is incredibly practical and useful.The book has a surprise ending that brings a comforting closure to the story.- earl weirich , author John Mac Arthur explores the Greek term “doulos” and its mistranslation in many contemporary bible translations, which has led to a skewed perspective of the Christians relationship to God.While certain verses in the text get glanced over, Jeremiah does an outstanding job of providing solid and useful principles for married (and dating) couples.