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My name is Levi. I am an angel prince sent to Earth to protect the fold, ensure God's providences, retaliate against God's foes, and do God's bidding for the redeemed in Christ. This is the story of one of my charges as he endeavors to glorify God and humbly serve man. Ethan Moses does not live the typical sedentary Christian life. In his quest to serve God, Ethan meets with many obstacles. He builds a church only to see it burn to the ground. He encounters racism and bigotry of the worst kind. He struggles to find his soul mate after losing her once before. But through all this, Ethan never loses sight of God's wonderful ability to turn what seems disastrous into a marvelous blessing. The Surrender of Ethan Moses, in a story that spans almost a century, follows Ethan through mysterious rendezvous in Venice, bait and switch scams in Chicago, and even a few chance meetings with the angel Levi himself. Even when Ethan finally settles into his golden years, there is still adventure ahead as he mentors energetic young pastor Hudson Taylor. Hudson discovers, just as you will, that there is much more to this old pastor than meets the eye. The Surrender of Ethan Moses is a truly inspirational story, told by one of God's angels about one of God's humble servants. It offers a compelling, intriguing account of how all of us should endeavor to live our lives as Christians.
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It is 1774 and the stage has already been set for the War of Independence. As a Continental Congress is called to deal with the deteriorating situation between the colonies and Britain, six soldiers begin penning heartfelt letters to Eb Chaplin, the owner of the Blaze Horse Tavern in Philadelphia. Soldiers Moses, Ben, Teunis, Roelof, and Felix are Patriots. The sixth soldier, Zack, is loyal to King George III of Great Britain. In letters addressed to Eb Chaplin written over the course of several years, the Patriot soldiers sound off about Loyalists, their hopes that Congress can come to a resolution with Britain, the opening salvo of slaughtering fifty Americans by the Kings Men, the capitulation of General Cornwallis, the Loyalists dismay over the Rebels win against the Crown, and their relief when the war is over. In his return letters to the soldiers, Chaplin tells of the political and diplomatic events affecting the War of Independence from the beginning to the end when America bids King George farewell with the signing of the Treaty of Paris. In this historical novel, six soldiers reveal their battle experiences, hopes and fears, and lessons learned through letters to a Philadelphia tavern owner before, during, and after the War of Independence.
A Few Lawless Vagabondsis an account of the three-way relationship between Ethan Allen, the Republic of Vermont (1777–1791) and the British in Canada during the American Revolution, a work of political and military history. Ethan Allen was a prime mover in the establishment of the Republic (though he was a captive of the British, 1775–1778), then led the fight to maintain its independence from the “predatory states” of New Hampshire, New York and Massachusetts; from the American Continental Congress; and from British attacks on the new state. In order to defend Vermont’s independence, Ethan Allen engaged in secret, unlawful negotiations with the British in Canada, aimed at turning Vermont into a “separate Government under the Crown.” The attempts of the Allen family to maintain Vermont’s independence from its neighbors were successful: Vermont became the 14th State in 1791. A Few Lawless Vagabonds is the first systematic attempt, using archival sources, to show that the Allens were utterly serious in their aim to turn Vermont into a Crown colony, a project which came close to success late in 1781. The Ethan Allen that emerges is not as a warrior hero of the American Revolution but as a successful Vermont nationalist who is justly celebrated as the principal founder of the State of Vermont, a rare combination of patriot and betrayer of the public trust. The British leaders who were Ethan’s opposite numbers emerge in turn as thoroughly capable military officers and diplomatic negotiators: Sir Henry Clinton, Sir Guy Carleton and Sir Frederick Haldimand.

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