The Encounter (Inspirational Christian Fiction Book 1)

The Encounter by Javier HillAn inspirational story set against the backdrop of Chickamauga Battlefield.A Tale of redemption,love and encounter with GodLandon, while fight in the Battle of Chickamauga, had been shot by an opponent army and wounded heavily.On the other hand, he also shot the army. While lying on a cot, he heard a voice said "Wake up"Will he be able to survive? Will God spare him?



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