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Righteous Warriors: Lessons from the War Chapters in the Book of Mormon [NOOK Book]

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Why are there so many wars in the Book of Mormon? Could it be that a book written "for our day" would have to prepare us to survive in a time of "wars and rumors of war," a time when Satan is at war with everything that is good? What we often call the "war chapters" in the Book of Mormon give us important insights into how to defeat Satan in our day. The pattern is clear: When the children of Lehi are successful, it's because they make covenants first and swords later. Here are great lessons for how to live well ...
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Righteous Warriors: Lessons from the War Chapters in the Book of Mormon

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Overview

Why are there so many wars in the Book of Mormon? Could it be that a book written "for our day" would have to prepare us to survive in a time of "wars and rumors of war," a time when Satan is at war with everything that is good? What we often call the "war chapters" in the Book of Mormon give us important insights into how to defeat Satan in our day. The pattern is clear: When the children of Lehi are successful, it's because they make covenants first and swords later. Here are great lessons for how to live well now and eternally!
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781606417089
  • Publisher: Deseret Book Company
  • Publication date: 3/7/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,073,797
  • File size: 755 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 24, 2014

    JJ

    Okay, thanks! XD

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 24, 2014

    BirchXStarlingXWhiteXSilver

    Birchfur pads with his apprentice into the quiet hollow for what he claims is a practice session. "What are we learning?" Whitepaw asks. "To mate a shecat," Birchfur answers, smiling with pleasure. He notices Whitepaw almost instantly gets a raging bo<_>ner, and decides to quickly take him along. Just as planned, they see Silverdawn pad by and Borchfur tackles her with expect force. She struggles, but not as much as she could. The young warrior is in heat and if Birchfur is up to what she thinks, then she secretly welcomes it. "I was just on my way to teach Whitepaw a thing or two," he growls, rubbing his er<_>ection on her entrance that is quickly growing wet. Silverdawn smiles seductively at Whitepaw but the young tom doesnt move until he's told to. Birchfur lays down on his back and hisses, "Ride my co<_>ck bi<_>tch!" Obediantly she pads over him, giving his co<_>ck a few glod sucks before sinking down on top of him, moaning at the feeling of his co<_>ck sinking into her cer<_>vix. "I have another tight hole for you Whitepaw," she moans as she begins rocking on Birchfur's co<_>ck hu<_>mping his hard me<_>mber deeoer and deeper. Whitepaw quickly jumps up and mou<_>nts Silverdawn while she is still fu<_>cking Birchfur, pressing his giant di<_>ck into her a<_>sshole slowly. He finally gives up gentlness and thrusts himself all the way in, making Silverdawn scream. "Oh! You're so big!! Oh fu<_>ck me! Fu<_>ck my a<_>ss!" The crazed ball of hor<_>ny cats yowl loudly as both toms drive their thick co<_>cks deep into Silverdawn, the clearing filled with the sound of juicy slapping noises. Birchfur grunts and moans as he feels his ba<_>lls smack into Whitepaws ba<_>lls with each hu<_>mp, and both toms shoot their load of hot cu<_>m into Silverdawn. When they look up, Starlingpelt is standing there with her tail in her pu<_>ssy, having seen it all. "Mind if I join?" She moans eroticly. (JJ, tommorow I will do a part two to complete your request! Any new requests, add them in result one! To chat with me, I'll be in result four!)

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  • Posted September 7, 2012

    Mr. Bytheway makes relevant comparisons of these Book of Mormon

    Mr. Bytheway makes relevant comparisons of these Book of Mormon chapters dealing with wars and the strategies enemies use to challenges we face today. Riveting dialogue (intended for a younger audience perhaps) but engaging. Thank you Mr. Bytheway.

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