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Jill Eileen Smith

Outspoken and fearless, Deborah has faith in God but struggles to see the potential her own life holds. As an Israelite woman, she'll marry, have a family, and seek to teach her children about Adonai--and those tasks seem to be more than enough to occupy her time. But God has another plan for her. Israel has been under the near constant terror of Canaan's armies for twenty years, and now God has called Deborah to deliver her people from this oppression. Will her family understand? Will her people even believe God's calling on her life? And can the menace of Canaan be stopped? With her trademark impeccable research and her imaginative storytelling, Jill Eileen Smith brings to life the story of Israel's most powerful woman in a novel that is both intriguing and inspiring.

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Barbara Wood

In December 1999, Catherine Alexander discovers six ancient papyrus scrolls that reveal a hidden history of the world and its religions, but a seventh scroll, containing unimaginable power, is missing and Catherine must dodge government agents, Vatican operatives, and more to locate it.

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Barbara Wood

It is December 1999. In the Sinai Desert, archaeologist Catherine Alexander has unearthed six ancient papyrus scrolls that reveal vital secrets--secrets that the world's governments would give anything to possess. But even more important, the seventh scroll is missing--and it contains a secret of unfathomable power. In a race against Armageddon, Catherine must outwit the FBI, Vatican operatives, and a sinister millionaire--to find that parchment.

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Barbara Wood

It is December 1999. In the Sinai Desert, archaeologist Catherine Alexander has unearthed six ancient papyrus scrolls that reveal vital secrets--secrets that the world's governments would give anything to possess. But even more important, the seventh scroll is missing--and it contains a secret of unfathomable power. In a race against Armageddon, Catherine must outwit the FBI, Vatican operatives, and a sinister millionaire--to find that parchment.

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Franklin Newman

Kylie Pendragon has accepted her life in Thaydon, serving as a medicine woman and witch. Her new life is shattered when she attends King Matthew Sheridan’s Christmas wake, for the wizard Lignoss crashes the wake and kidnaps Kelly. Twisting Kelly’s religion, Lignoss creates a dangerous cult, promising the enslaved white men of Bromfryel freedom if they slaughter the black aristocrats and declare Lignoss King. Suddenly, the book of Revelations comes true as people disappear. Desperate, Kylie resurrects Sheridan, knowing the superheroes will renounce her. Sheridan’s magic alone can help Kylie save Kelly, and Bromfryel. But can Kylie stop the apocalypse?

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Jill Eileen Smith

Outspoken and fearless, Deborah has faith in God but struggles to see the potential her own life holds. As an Israelite woman, she'll marry, have a family, and seek to teach her children about Adonai--and those tasks seem to be more than enough to occupy her time. But God has another plan for her. Israel has been under the near constant terror of Canaan's armies for twenty years, and now God has called Deborah to deliver her people from this oppression. Will her family understand? Will her people even believe God's calling on her life? And can the menace of Canaan be stopped? With her trademark impeccable research and her imaginative storytelling, Jill Eileen Smith brings to life the story of Israel's most powerful woman in a novel that is both intriguing and inspiring.

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Terry Rey

By 1791, the French Revolution had spread to Haïti, where slaves and free blacks alike had begun demanding civil rights guaranteed in the 1789 Declaration of the Rights of Man. Enter Romaine-la-Prophétesse, a free black Dominican coffee farmer who dressed in women's clothes and claimed that the Virgin Mary was his godmother. Inspired by mystical revelations from the Holy Mother, he amassed a large and volatile following of insurgents who would go on to sack countless plantations and conquer the coastal cities of Jacmel and Léogâne. For this brief period, Romaine counted as his political adviser the white French Catholic priest and physician Abbé Ouvière, a renaissance man of cunning politics who would go on to become a pioneering figure in early American science and medicine. Brought together by Catholicism and the turmoil of the revolutionary Atlantic, the priest and the prophetess would come to symbolize the enlightenment ideals of freedom and a more just social order in the eighteenth-century Caribbean. Drawing on extensive archival research, Terry Rey offers a major contribution to our understanding of Catholic mysticism and traditional African religious practices at the time of the Haitian Revolution and reveals the significant ways in which religion and race intersected in the turbulence and triumphs of revolutionary France, Haïti, and early republican America.

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Francis Beaumont,John Fletcher

This is the ninth volume in the definitive series of critical, old-spelling texts of the plays in the Beaumont and Fletcher canon, in which the texts are established on modern bibliographical principles. This volume contains six plays written by Fletcher and his collaborators, Philip Massinger and William Rowley. Each play is introduced by a discussion of the text and authorship, and is accompanied by detailed textual notes, a list of press-variants, emendations of accidentals and a historical collation. The plays are The Sea Voyage, The Double Marriage, The Prophetess, The Little French Lawyer, The Elder Brother and The Maid in the Mill.

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Francis Beaumont,John Fletcher

This is the ninth volume in the definitive series of critical, old-spelling texts of the plays in the Beaumont and Fletcher canon, in which the texts are established on modern bibliographical principles. This volume contains six plays written by Fletcher and his collaborators, Philip Massinger and William Rowley. Each play is introduced by a discussion of the text and authorship, and is accompanied by detailed textual notes, a list of press-variants, emendations of accidentals and a historical collation. The plays are The Sea Voyage, The Double Marriage, The Prophetess, The Little French Lawyer, The Elder Brother and The Maid in the Mill.

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Terry Rey

By 1791, the French Revolution had spread to Ha?ti, where slaves and free blacks alike had begun demanding civil rights guaranteed in the 1789 Declaration of the Rights of Man. Enter Romaine-la-Proph?tesse, a free black Dominican coffee farmer who dressed in women's clothes and claimed that the Virgin Mary was his godmother. Inspired by mystical revelations from the Holy Mother, he amassed a large and volatile following of insurgents who would go on to sack countless plantations and conquer the coastal cities of Jacmel and L?og?ne. For this brief period, Romaine counted as his political adviser the white French Catholic priest and physician Abb? Ouvi?re, a renaissance man of cunning politics who would go on to become a pioneering figure in early American science and medicine. Brought together by Catholicism and the turmoil of the revolutionary Atlantic, the priest and the prophetess would come to symbolize the enlightenment ideals of freedom and a more just social order in the eighteenth-century Caribbean. Drawing on extensive archival research, Terry Rey offers a major contribution to our understanding of Catholic mysticism and traditional African religious practices at the time of the Haitian Revolution and reveals the significant ways in which religion and race intersected in the turbulence and triumphs of revolutionary France, Ha?ti, and early republican America.

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Gabriele of Würzburg

"I never wanted to be a prophet." Read the biography of a woman from the people, who was called by God to serve Him by being the interpreter of His word as a prophet. The author, Matthias Holzbauer, passes on stories from Gabriele, in which she describes her childhood and youth. She also reports on the breakthrough of the prophetic word and what it meant for her to accept the call of God and to serve Him, the Eternal, as interpreter of His word of Light. Gabriele is living proof that God, the universal Spirit, does not allow Himself to be silenced, for the free Spirit blows where it will. God always sent prophets. But never before, did we experience in detail what it takes to be a prophet of God, how he is prepared and trained, to enable him or her to fulfill the task set before him.

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Kristy Y. Gadson

The Naked Prophetess is a prophetic call to women of faith to stand up and take their rightful place as prayer warriors and spiritual guardians of their families' faith and future. In the spirit of the prophet Isaiah, whom God commanded to lay naked as a prophetic sign to God's people, Prophetess Gadson exposes herself to the reader, by sharing how God has delivered her from the struggles of her past, as well as dreams, visions, and prophetic insights that God has shown her about the nation and its future. This book will inspire you, challenge you, and prepare you for the days ahead.