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Children of Light

By Anslie, C, B.; Fenner, Barb, Illustrator

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Title: Children of Light  
Author: Anslie, C, B.; Fenner, Barb, Illustrator
Language: English
Subject: Fiction, Drama and Literature, Ποίηση
Collections: Fantasy, Authors Community, Sociology, Economy, Literature, Most Popular Books in China, Social Sciences, History
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Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
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Illustrations by Barb Fenner. A priest with a dark past wrestles personal demons. The priest is called upon to prevent a divorce and comfort grieving widows as he attempts to unravel the mystery of Masada with its deep connections to a unique vision heritage. The priest must confront the truth about his own connections to an ancient race when the responsibility falls to him to take up the torch as the next keeper of the Light.

"I have the ability to see things. I have visions. Mostly, my visions are about things that happened in the past. The women in my father's family have a long history of this ability, which they call the 'sight'. And recently, I have started having these visions. My father's family views these abilities as a gift, something that I should try to explore and use to do some good. My mother calls it all hocus-pocus; she thinks it is evil. She doesn't want me to use it. She doesn't really believe I have it."

Table of Contents
Shared Visions Vision Lesson Unshared Vision New Ears, Old Vision Passing the Torch New Life Protection Trenchancy New Vision Soldier, Priest, Counselor A Perfect Silence Counseling Revelation A Brush with Vision Through Things, Other Things Depression Past and Future The Past Eyes and Ears Acceptance


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