A message from her dead husband turns Mary Cox’s life upside down. Someone wants to kill her and her daughter, Faith. They’ll stop at nothing to track her down. The only man she trusts is her best friend’s brother, Jace, except, he lied to her before. Will secrets from her past destroy the life she’s made for herself or bring them closer together and to God?
The Prophets have spoken. It is wise to know what they said. History is strewn with wars and scrapping over religion. With the advent of the global village, people of different beliefs are being pressed up against each other, and the potential for major conflict is enormous. It behooves us to know what our neighbours believe and why they believe it. Though we may never agree with them, when we know what people believe, at the very least, we can intelligently disagree without being disagreeable.
For centuries scholars have argued about the authenticity of the lineage of Yeshua (Jesus), as found in Matthew 1. Many have asked why the apostle Matthew failed to mention four of the Messiah’s ancestors. Others have asked why this famous lineage was arranged more like a cipher than a straight forward listing of Yeshua’s generations. In The 13th Enumeration: Key to the Bible’s Messianic Symbolism, William Struse takes you on Biblical adventure in search of answers.
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A pregnant young widow, her daughter and an Amish farmer looking for a bride. Will they find love? In the year 1895, Mary Ruth Stoltz is pregnant with her second child by her husband Eli. After Eli’s sudden death, she moves in with the Bishop and his wife, members of the Amish community that Eli belonged to. When no suitable man is found in the community for Mary Ruth to marry, the Bishop informs Mary Ruth that a widower in a community a day’s journey away, is looking for a mail order bride and that she will be going to meet him. If the match is good, she will stay to have her baby and be a mother to his five children, as well as her young daughter and newborn. The move to the new community proves to be easier than the pregnancy itself. Will Mary Ruth find the happiness and healing she needs from her new family, as well as providing what they need from her? Only time will tell.