As eyewitness to history, Clark recounts what he saw of the Battle of Lexington. This book is the 1776 retelling of that fateful battle on its one year anniversary.
The Battle of Lexington: A Sermon and Eyewitness Narrative
Excellent Historical Account
In this suspense/love novel unsolved murders and mysterious fires abound. Layla Taylor, a female contractor, finds herself in the middle of a mysterious chain of events - and she is one of the suspects of the crimes. As she tries to uncover the truth behind the terrible mysteries she finds herself the target of the criminal. She and her sister Alana must learn to face their greatest fears and Layla's faith is put to a test that she did not think she could pass. Thrown into her path is a rugged, rough edged detective with a tender heart, Maddox Bishop. Hiding his own secrets and held in the bondage of ineffectiveness and hurt his is driven to be the best detective. That is until his world is forever changed by the strong, independent yet soft Layla Taylor. Quickly she turns from a key suspect to the woman he loves and desires so much to protect. Both are forced to face the unforgiveness that keeps them shackled and to face and reconcile their face past. To win the heart and love of Layla Maddox is brought into the presence of God by her continual forgiveness and genuine concern for others. He must make a decision to surrender to God and accept His blessings or turn his back on what might be.
Truly a great novel.
Thank you B&H for the review copy.
January 11, 2011
A great book about A sermon by Jonas Clark, pastor April, 1776Have you ever wondered who fired the shot heard round the world that fateful morning of April 19, 1775? Who were those brave men that stood against the best trained army in the world? The following is Jonas Clark's Sermon and his eyewitness of those events. None other but Jonas Clark could give such an accounting,as he was the pastor of those embattled farmers who stood their ground. Clark is giving an honest accounting of the Battle of Lexington. This book is a good look at the way pastors used to preach and I remember them doing so.America is perishing for the need of preachers who apply Gods Holy Word to every area of life . The Church needs more pastors like Jonas Clark, a preacher who taught the great doctrines of salvation in Christ. We need pastors today that are not afraid of stepping on someones toes or offending a life style that is taught to be so bad in the Bible. It seems today that everything goes and there is no morals anymore, not even in our churches. Old Satan is just sitting back and laughing at all the people he is getting.This book was sent to me by Nordskog Publishing for review.
September 24, 2010