A Thousand Souls

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Cedar Fort, 2002 - Fiction - 167 pages
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This novel-based on Lee Nelson's actual LDS mission to Germany is a pleasing, uplifting journey of self-discovery.# the plot twists and heart-touching scenes rival any of those found in the author's Storm Testament series.# the powerful message will serve as motivation for young readers to serve missions themselves.Elder Spencer W. Kimball laid his warm, strong hands on my head and in a raspy voice, proceeded to set me apart as a missionary. He blessed me that I would be protected from harm, that I would enjoy good health, and that if I kept the commandments and remained faithful I would be instrumental in bringing a thousand souls to the truth.That promise weighed heavily on young Lee Nelson as he began his mission to Germany in the 1960s, but also served as a motivator for him in accomplishing the work of the Lord.
 

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Contents

ONE
1
TWO
7
THREE
15
FOUR
23
FIVE
35
SIX
45
SEVEN
55
EIGHT
61
TEN
91
ELEVEN
103
TWELVE
119
THIRTEEN
129
FOURTEEN
143
FIFTEEN
153
EPILOGUE
163
AUTHORS NOTE
167

NINE
77

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Lee Nelson was a public relations and advertising copywriter before his first book was published in 1979. Lee is best known for his Storm Testament series historical novels (nine volumes), and his Beyond the Veil series (four volumes). Lee is well known for his authentic research, which includes killing a buffalo from the back of a galloping horse with a bow and arrow, crossing the murky waters of the Green River many times on horseback, and riding with Mongolian nomads while gathering research for an upcoming book.

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