Unholy Empire

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Destiny Image Publishers, 2002 - Fiction - 320 pages
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Shafers novel chronicles the duel between God and the fallen angels as both focus their attention on the Seed. Devils watch for any sign of the Seed in an all out effort to stop, delay, or destroy this prophetic nightmare.
 

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Contents

Guilt and shame are wonderful weapons
9
How can these weak and disgraced creatures live like this?
19
Cain is a fool
33
Let humans pray so long as they are disobedient in their hearts
43
How odd it is in Heaven these days
53
How disappointed Eve must be
65
Father you really believe these people are worth saving?
77
How much longer Father?
91
The time for the prophecy is at hand
175
Go after the child
189
The gods of Egypt shall not fail you
205
It will take more than tricks to release your people
215
Is there nothing the gods can do to help us?
225
How quickly these people disintegrate into madness
235
It wont be long before they turn on Moses
251
We are here to watch the demise of Moses
263

How low the image of God has fallen among men
103
This is dangerous faith my brethren
119
The plan is truly inspired
135
This is the freedom Lucifer promised
147
As Isaac goes so goes the promise
159
A Seething Core of Wolves
273
Moses what were you thinking?
285
Korah has set quite a nice trap
295
These people cannot possibly keep the law
305
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Page 8 - I will put enmity between you and the woman, and between your seed and her seed; he shall bruise your head, and you shall bruise his heel.

About the author (2002)

D. Brian Shafer is Associate Pastor at Valley Christian Center, in Dublin, California. He has an earned doctorate in ministry and is passionate about seeing others develop in their personal ministry gifts and knowledge of God's transforming word. He is blessed with a wonderful family comprised of wife Lori, daughters Kiersten and Breelin, and hamsters Anna and Toffee.

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