Unwanted Gifts

  • Title: Unwanted Gifts
  • Author: Gerald L. Hall
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 492
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Unwanted Gifts Stewart Williams was a seemingly ordinary man working for a Defense Logistics Agency office But he had inherited an extraordinary family gift to create objects seemingly out of thin air and to heal pe
    Stewart Williams was a seemingly ordinary man working for a Defense Logistics Agency office But he had inherited an extraordinary family gift to create objects seemingly out of thin air and to heal people with a mere touch When Stewart uses this gift to heal his wife Sarah, help his community, his state and America His act leads to an year long adventure with many twistStewart Williams was a seemingly ordinary man working for a Defense Logistics Agency office But he had inherited an extraordinary family gift to create objects seemingly out of thin air and to heal people with a mere touch When Stewart uses this gift to heal his wife Sarah, help his community, his state and America His act leads to an year long adventure with many twists and turns With the aid of several friends from his church, Stewart and his wife go into hiding from a hostile President B.H Arnold with a hidden agenda once their identity is discovered Because of the unexpected consequences set into motion by Stewart s incredible act, events lead to a massive terrorist attack on America and an even dramatic response on the part of Stewart and his wife.

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    1. Warning: Unexpectedly high dosage of American patriotism and Christian/Methodist evangelism, bordering on fanaticism.The constant "lessons" are hard to bear, e.g.:- how great weapons and the Second Amendment are, because everyone can defend everything- how safe personal firearms are, because people handle them responsibly- how fun personal firearms are, here are all technical details you want to know and you just have to try it- how great Christian life is, because all your Christian friends are [...]

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