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Candle In The Darkness

Author : Lynn Austin
ISBN : 1556614365
Genre : Fiction
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Book 1 in the Refiner's Fire series. The daughter of a wealthy slave-holding family from Richmond, Virginia, Caroline Fletcher is raised in a culture that believes slavery is God-ordained and biblically acceptable. But upon awakening to the cruelty and injustice it encompasses, Caroline's eyes are opened for the first time to the men and women who have cared tirelessly for her. Her journey of maturity and faith will draw her into the abolitionist movement, where she is confronted with the risks and sacrifices her beliefs entail.

Fire By Night Refiner S Fire Book 2

Author : Lynn Austin
ISBN : 9781441203090
Genre : Fiction
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Two young women in a land shattered by war test the limits of their strength Lovely Julia Hoffman has always enjoyed the carefree life of her well-to-do Philadelphia family. But when she fails to attract the attention of Nathaniel Greene, a fierce abolitionist, she shocks her family by becoming a Union nurse. Will that be enough to win Nathaniel's heart? Phoebe Bigelow, from western Virginia, has always been a misfit, and when her brothers join the Union army, she also enlists--under false pretenses. Soon, both have their eyes opened to the realities of war and suffering. Neither is quite ready for the demands of her new life, but their journeys of sacrifice and love are sure to change them in unexpected ways.

A Light To My Path Refiner S Fire Book 3

Author : Lynn Austin
ISBN : 1441203052
Genre : Fiction
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Lynn Austin takes readers on a dramatic journey through the Civil War years in her award-winning Refiner's Fire series. Told in three unique perspectives--Southern, Northern, and slave--each book offers a riveting and eloquent exploration of a nation and its people grappling with racism and injustice. With writing rich in historical detail, Austin brings to life the compelling journeys of characters confronted with the risks and sacrifices their beliefs entail.

Refiner S Fire

Author : Mark Helprin
ISBN : 9780544052499
Genre : Fiction
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Marshall Pearl is orphaned at birth on an immigrant ship off the coast of Palestine in 1947, then brought to americanca. His experiences take him from the Hudson River Valley, to Harvard, to sea on a British merchant ship, then finally back to his birthplace, where he serves as an Israeli soldier in the Yom Kippur War. “Superb...A first-rate odyssey, full of insight and humor and hard-earned truths” (San Francisco Chronicle).

The Refiner S Fire

Author : Gavin Anthony
ISBN : 9780828020077
Genre : Christian life
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The Refiner S Fire

Author : John L. Brooke
ISBN : 0521565642
Genre : History
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Mormon religious belief has long been a mystery to outsiders, either dismissed as anomalous to the American religious tradition or extolled as the most genuine creation of the American imagination. The Refiner's Fire presents a new and comprehensive understanding of the roots of Mormon religion, whose theology promises the faithful that they will become "gods" through the restoration of ancient mysteries and regain the divine powers of Adam lost in the fall from Paradise. Professor Brooke contends that the origins of Mormonism lie in the fusion of radical religion with occult ideas, and organizes his book around the two problems of demonstrating the survival of these ideas into the nineteenth century and explaining how they were manifested in Mormon doctrine. In the concluding chapter, the author provides an outline of how Mormonism since the 1850s gradually moved toward traditional Protestant Christianity. As well as religion, the book explores magic, witchcraft, alchemy, Freemasonry, counterfeiting, and state-formation. John L. Brooke is professor of history at Tufts University and the acclaimed author of The Heart of the Commonwealth: Society and Political Culture in Worcester County, Massachusetts, 1713-1861 (CUP, 1989), which has won, among other prizes, the Organization of American Historians' Merle Curti Award for Intellectual History and the National Historical Society Book Prize for American History.

The Power Of Suffering

Author : John MacArthur, Jr.
ISBN : 9781434704542
Genre : Religion
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In today’s modern world of convenience and comfort, suffering can seem senseless. This idea has even crept into the church, where many believe that if we make the right choices and do the right things, pain can be avoided. So it’s little wonder that when do encounter tough situations, we face even tougher questions: Why does God allow suffering? Where is God when I’m hurting? The Power of Suffering takes an in-depth, honest look at the reality of pain and hurt in the life of a believer. Filled with rich Biblical truths and fresh insights, this study explores how God ultimately uses suffering for good in the lives of His children, and offers encouragement and hope for the heavy heart. Includes a guide for both personal and group study and features discovery questions, suggestions for prayer, and activities, all designed to connect life-changing truths with everyday living.

Refiner S Fire

Author : Kay Cassidy West
ISBN : 1539562417
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As Americans, we're not unfamiliar with the fact that many areas of Africa are still disadvantaged in multiple ways. Hospitals don't have the supplies they need, AIDS is a lingering threat, incest and sexual assault are stoically accepted, and countless families go without enough to eat. It's easy to read and understand all that, but seeing it in person touched Kay Cassidy West in a way that nothing had before. Previously obsessive about germs and unsure of the real impact she could make, she trusted in God and followed his lead to Swaziland, where she was overwhelmed with tenderness for its people. Wanting to help out however possible, West led Bible studies, drove ailing villagers to the medical clinic, distributed food and blankets, and sang hymns by candlelight. Though the local women were used to being treated as second-class citizens, she forged beautiful relationships with them and showed them God's love every step of the way. West articulately shares her life-changing account through colorful anecdotes, scripture verses, and moments of prayer. Refiner's Fire will give you glimpses of gorgeous African wildlife and, more importantly, the heart of Jesus Christ.

No Shadow Of Turning Book One

Author : Joan Cullins Fountain
ISBN : 1545620857
Genre : History
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Johnny McLane was born in South Hampton County, Virginia, on the eve of the turbulent decade before the American Civil War. Attempting to fulfill his deceased father's dream, Johnny travels westward alone across the high plains coming upon the fledgling settlement of Sideling in the Wyoming territory. There, he is drawn into a formidable realm of spiritual, social, and political unrest. The stoic marshal reluctantly hires the unpretentious twenty year old as an apprentice peace officer, and Johnny immediately collides with the settlement's deviant vagrant, intriguing young school marm, and a cattleman's fiery daughter. Although the Emancipation Proclamation is now the law of the land granting freedom and equality to all men, Johnny recognizes that many, including himself, remain enslaved by the masters of lust, power, greed, prejudice, and fear. The traumas of war have left him weary and the mores of his upbringing seem insufficient to sustain him. Trapped in a tangled web of deceit and haunted by his past, there seems no way to escape. Subtly, inner promptings urge him to believe that he may have exchanged his father's ultimate truth of freedom for a lie.

As Silver Refined

Author : Kay Arthur
ISBN : 9781578560646
Genre : Religion
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What Can You Do When Life Doesn't Turn Out Like You Planned? How do you respond when your husband or wife tramples your emotions? When your boss fires you unexpectedly? When you lose your life's savings? When the child you've loved and prayed for turns his back on you and your values? When disappointments like these smash their way into your life, you may want to scream, "How could God let this happen?" But what if God didn't just "let it happen"? What if the things you call disappointments are really His appointments--events He is using to make you more like Christ? What if your circumstances are actually the flames of His grace, intended to melt and burn away the undesirable elements in your life, leaving you pure and radiant--like refined silver? You can be defeated by life's unavoidable disappointments, or you can become stronger because of them. Life's disappointments can send you on a dangerous downward spiral into discouragement, depression, or even despair. But in this eye-opening book, Kay Arthur guides you to biblical truths that will help you break that cycle and instead embrace disappointment as the cleansing fire God uses to make you--as silver refined--a reflection of His goodness. Now includes a 16 week Bible study!

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