The most thorough account ever written of southwestern life in the early seventeenth century, this engaging book was first published in 1630 as an official report to the king of Spain by Fray Alonso de Benavides, a Portuguese Franciscan who was the third head of the mission churches of New Mexico. In 1625, Father Benavides and his party traveled north from Mexico City to New Mexico, a strange land of frozen rivers, Indian citadels, and mines full of silver and garnets.
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"It seemed most wonderful how the Spirit revealed to these simple believers, who had only heard of the Bible for a few months, the things of Christ, His salvation, and the things of the future by visions of the unseen worlds." - H.A. Baker. Harold Armstrong Baker was the grandfather of Rolland Baker - husband of Heidi Baker of IRIS Ministries. He and his wife were missionaries to China during the 20th century. This book discusses different visions that should not only excite the believer, but encourage him to prepare for the coming of the Lord.
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Dassas Cormier, a dashing young Frenchman in southwest Louisiana, is torn between his Acadian heritage and the excitement of the Roaring Twenties. He returns home after a tragic end to his police career to find two murders have taken place in Marshall's Bayou - a town where nothing ever happens. And the woman of his dreams seems to be involved in at least one of the crimes.
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Ein Flugzeug, das sich auf dem Weg zu einem Kongress nach Venedig befindet, stürzt völlig unerwartet auf einer kurz zuvor scheinbar noch nicht sichtbaren Insel ab. Unter den Passagieren befinden sich auch Peter Griest und seine Frau Elenor. Kaum sind die Überlebenden aus dem Wrack des Flugzeuges gestiegen, ist eine Horde wilder Wölfe hinter ihnen her. Auf ihrer Flucht stoßen sie auf eine alte Hütte, vor der sich Särge befinden.
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