The Gates Of Shiloh

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The Gates Of Shiloh

Author : Praying Medic
ISBN : 194796805X
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Shiloh hid her secrets well. Most of them had names.Charity's job at the coffee shop seemed a breeze until death came knocking on her door. These two women, as different as night and day, somehow became best friends.Was it luck? Or was it destiny?As evil forces tried to destroy Shiloh's life, how did Charity always manage to stay one step ahead?Come along as we explore life and death, time and eternity, the purpose of pain, and the power of love.

Secrets Of Shiloh

Author : Jill Watson Glassco
ISBN : 9781490803517
Genre : Fiction
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After the loss of her beloved friend, Col. James, life appears bleak for teenager Rachel Grant. Watching her mother struggle to make ends meet between stacks of bills and a meager income causes the teen’s dreams for college to shift toward an aimless destination called nowhere. With tears streaming down her cheeks, Rachel reads for the hundredth time the mysterious letter left by the old World War II veteran. When she finally musters the courage to return to Shiloh, the pre-Civil War plantation home of the colonel, a childhood playmate partners with her to help decipher the hidden meaning of the encrypted letter. Together, Rachel and Martin journey through a labyrinth of encoded clues to unlock the Secrets of Shiloh. The author invites you not to just read this story but to apply it to your life by means of thought-provoking questions for reflection at the end of each chapter. These pages take you to Scripture verses related to the chapter’s theme and offer valuable personal application of biblical truths.
Category: Fiction

The Dire Shiloh Shepherd Series

Author : A. Scribe
ISBN : 9781462623860
Genre : Fiction
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The fate of all rests in the hands of three outcasts. Elves are at war with Men all because of the act of a single elf one-thousand years ago. A band of nefarious elves known as The Dire now threatens to overthrow the Land of Elvendore. Tarren - a hot-blooded boy - has sworn to kill every elf he meets. Silliss - an exiled elf with a price on his head - has a burning hatred of humans. Shiloh - a ranger with a mysterious past - has a hidden agenda of his own. These three unlikely companions set out on an adventure that could end in either peace or the destruction of Elvendore. Follow Shiloh, Silliss, and Tarren as they travel into forbidden forests guarded by sentient trees; get captured by slavers; delve into dwarven mines; escape The Dire; stumble across hidden civilizations; and tangle with dangerous dragons.
Category: Fiction

Between The Gates Of Heaven And Hell

Author : Lamont Z. Brown Phoenix King
ISBN : 9781426952616
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Aspiration is derived upon the breath of hope. This is the message that Lamont Z. Brown conveys in this new collection of stories and poetry. We all face challenges in life; Between the Gates of Heaven and Hell is meant to inspire and motivate its readers to face those challenges. There are days when life is hard, and things don't always go our way; there are times when we have great days and forget about the bad times in a second. Aimed at a diverse audience, Between the Gates of Heaven and Hell speaks about love, life, and even death all experiences humans face at one time or another. Brown's work represents a realistic reflection of the distorted reality that we call existence. He presents stories and poetry that relate the challenges and mysteries of life. From a damaged relationship between a husband and wife that ends in a car crash to the lyrical poetry that explores life, he captures the true essence of our emotions. He takes you along on a journey with each of his characters, discovering who they are and what makes their worlds complete.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Until Shiloh Comes

Author : Cy Mersereau
ISBN : 9781486610495
Genre : Religion
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It is incredible that the first promise of a coming Messiah came not to our first parents, Adam and Eve, but to the serpent who had so deceitfully engineered their downfall. Genesis 3:15 records that God's promised Seed of the woman was destined to defeat the seed of the serpent, which anticipated the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ. This is known as the "first good news," or proto evangel um, whose blessed promise became the focal point of the entire Old Testament. Threading its way through Abraham and his descendants, this promise came to rest on his great grandson, Judah, and remained there for all succeeding generations, finding fruition in the first coming of the Messiah, indicated by the words of Genesis 49:10, "until Shiloh comes." Throughout history, Bible scholars have largely agreed that Shiloh, which means peace, references the first coming of the Lord Jesus Christ, the Prince of Peace, the Lion of the tribe of Judah. The Old Testament is the foundational document for all that follows in the New Testament and should never be relegated to inferior status. These older scriptures were given for our admonition and should be esteemed and appreciated in the same manner as the New Testament writings until Shiloh comes, the second time.
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Worthy Opponents

Author : Edward G. Longacre
ISBN : 9780806159980
Genre : History
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Worthy Opponents tells the parallel stories of Confederate general Joseph E. Johnston and Union general William Tecumseh Sherman. Their armies clashed repeatedly, so it was only natural for these two commanding offers to become adversaries. Yet, as the war continued, Johnston and Sherman came to respect each other, eventually becoming close friends. Edward G. Longacre masterfully investigates the entwined lives of these two celebrated generals, bringing to life their personalities, their military styles, and their friendship in this fascinating dual biography.
Category: History

Shiloh The Life And Times Of My Best Friend

Author : Dennis Lassi
ISBN : 9781440138188
Genre : Pets
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Shiloh, The Life and Times of my Best Friend is the story of a mixed breed hound dog who was adopted into our family from the humane society. Her story is at times humorous, at times reflective and finally somewhat sad. The story will remind you of all those pets that are at times willful and stubborn, but provide their human friends with so much true companionship. Shiloh's spirited nature brought our family many years of entertainment and happiness. The book is an enjoyable read for the entire family. We hope you enjoy the fourth work from the pen of Dennis Lassi, Shiloh, The Life and Times of my Best Friend.
Category: Pets


Author : Steven WinterHawk
ISBN : 1475961677
Genre : Fiction
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This is a work of fiction, based on the Author’s Visions and dreams, Native stories, and the Bible. This is a story about a Native man called Shiloh, who has the memories of Jesus. Shiloh was born of a Native American mother named Mary and a Portuguese father named Joseph, This takes place in a world that Rome did not fall as in our world, and the head of Rome, is an elusive man known only as “the Emperor.” This Rome was visited by “Aliens”, Native Spirits from the Star Sirius who foretold of a prophesy concerning the end of the world. Included as part of the story is my Vision Quest that started it all for me showing a relationship between my “Dreams” and the waking world. From my Native way of looking at life there are differences in the story of Jesus and the Bible. One main difference is the “Arrow of Truth", which is a more positive replacement for the Christian idea of sin. This originated in a dream that I had about the same point in time that I wrote a poem called “This is a Circle". It was a meditation and then, the Vision Quest that brought it all together, into this story.
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To The Gates Of Richmond

Author : Stephen W. Sears
ISBN : 9780547527550
Genre : History
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This account of McClellan’s 1862 campaign is “a wonderful book” (Ken Burns) and “military history at its best” (The New York Times Book Review). From “the finest and most provocative Civil War historian writing today,” To the Gates of Richmond is the story of the one of the conflict’s bloodiest campaigns (Chicago Tribune). Of the 250,000 men who fought in it, only a fraction had ever been in battle before—and one in four was killed, wounded, or missing in action by the time the fighting ended. The operation was Gen. George McClellan’s grand scheme to march up the Virginia Peninsula and take the Confederate capital. For three months McClellan battled his way toward Richmond, but then Robert E. Lee took command of the Confederate forces. In seven days, Lee drove the cautious McClellan out, thereby changing the course, if not the outcome, of the war. “Deserves to be a classic.” —The Washington Post
Category: History

The Shiloh Project

Author : David R. Beaucage
ISBN : 1563220415
Genre : Christian fiction
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Category: Christian fiction

The Untold Story Of Shiloh

Author : Timothy B. Smith
ISBN : UOM:39015063248069
Genre : History
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At the mention of Shiloh, most tend to think of two particularly bloody and crucial days in April 1862. The complete story, however, encompasses much more history than that of the battle itself. While several accounts have taken a comprehensive approach to Shiloh, significant gaps still remain in the collective understanding of the battle and battlefield. In The Untold Story of Shiloh, Timothy B. Smith fills in those gaps, looking beyond two days of battle and offering unique insight into the history of unexplored periods and topics concerning the Battle of Shiloh and the Shiloh National Military Park. This collection of essays, some previously unpublished, tackles a diverse range of subjects, including Shiloh's historiography, the myths about the battle that were created, and the mindsets that were established after the battle. The book reveals neglected military aspects of the battle, such as the naval contribution, the climax of the Shiloh campaign at Corinth, and the soldiers' views of the battle. The essays also focus on the Shiloh National Military Park's establishment and continuation with particular emphasis on those who played key roles in its creation. Taken together, the essays tell the overall story of Shiloh in greater detail than ever before. General readers and historians alike will discover that The Untold Story of Shiloh is an important contribution to their understanding of this crucial episode in the Civil War.
Category: History

Through The Veil

Author : Shiloh Walker
ISBN : 1440638780
Genre : Fiction
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Found wandering in a field as a child, Lee Ross was given a name by the state and put in a foster home—without anyone realizing she wasn’t entirely human. All her life, she’s tried to forget the odd dreams that have plagued her, of monsters creeping through the night and a man fighting demons by her side. But the bruises she wakes with are all too real to ignore… Then the man from her dreams appears—in the flesh. His name is Kalen—and he insists that her destiny lies in his world, the world of her dreams. To save their people, he must convince Lee to give up everything she knows, follow her heart, and cross over into the Under Realm—even though once she does, she’ll never be able to return…
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When Shiloh Came

Author : Ambrose Lester Jackson
ISBN : NYPL:33433076087646
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The Coming Of Shiloh

Author : Nachman Heller
ISBN : OSU:32435016474926
Genre : Jews
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The Gates Of Sheol

Author : Karl A. Bacon
ISBN : 1976382335
Genre : Brothers
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"Captured while on 'safe' duty behind the lines, Sergeant Stanley Mitchell is forced to endure long months of starvation, violence, and misery at Andersonville--that crucible of humanity that brought out the best and worst in men, Yankee and Rebel alike ... Stanley must not only survive, he must discover how to live amid the squalor. He must see some good amid all the evil, and he must engage in a daily struggle to keep the image of God alive within him, when almost everything without wants to kill it"--Back cover.
Category: Brothers