Symbols and Shadows [NOOK Book]

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This singular volume presents a tapestry of symbols and foreshadowings of the Atonement. And as we study the symbols, we can learn deep truths about Jesus Christ and his mission and increase our desire to become like God. This remarkable book will bring you closer to the Savior, enabling you to more fully partake of all that he offers, especially the greatest of all heavenly gifts: his infinite Atonement.
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Overview

This singular volume presents a tapestry of symbols and foreshadowings of the Atonement. And as we study the symbols, we can learn deep truths about Jesus Christ and his mission and increase our desire to become like God. This remarkable book will bring you closer to the Savior, enabling you to more fully partake of all that he offers, especially the greatest of all heavenly gifts: his infinite Atonement.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781606417461
  • Publisher: Deseret Book Company
  • Publication date: 1/1/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Yes
  • Sales rank: 571,779
  • File size: 2 MB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 5, 2013

    Wolfsun

    Tgis is amazing you leave me hanging all the time i mean lionblaze leaving thats a twist i didnt expect.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 5, 2013

    Jayleaf

    Holy cr@p! Excuse my language but wow! Lionblaze left?! D: And Cinderheart... Please continue!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 5, 2013

    Shadows of Days chapter four

    Bramblestar leaped up onto High Stone. Lionblaze watched as he called out the words and cats tarted to surround him. "Jayfeather has found a clue! The murderer is rouge or ThunderClan!" Bramblestar announced. "Could it be Sol? That tom is always up to trouble" Berrynose called out. "No. Sol alway has other cats do his dirty work. Killing wuld be in that catagory" Hazeltail disagreed. "Well. In the past all the bad cas had similar names. Darkstripe Tigerstar Thrisleclaw ShadowClan Hawkfrost. Maybe it will always be like that. It must be Shadowtail or Shadowwing or Darkwing!" Dustpelt suggested. "Why would I kill my sister!" Shadowtail snarled. "There isn't any proof!" Shadowwing protested. Lionblaze growled. This isn't the ThunderClan I know he thought. "It has to be true!" Thornclaw hissed. And now cats like Thornclaw is agreeing. "This is it!" Lionblaze growled. He started stalking out the den. "Where are you going?" Cinderheart wailed "Leaving" he growled. "Forever? But what about me! I am pregent!" Cinderheart asked. Eveyone gasped but Jayfeather and Cidnerheart. "I'll have to come with!". "Where are you going?" Bramblestar asked. "To WindClan. They'll except me. I am Crowfeathers kit." Lionblaze he replied. "Let's go". Lionblaze walked out of camp. Cinderheart ran up to him. "Let's go" she agreed_______ Lilyblaze stared at the bramble barrier. "Darkwing take a patrol and make sure Lionblaze leaves. Take Dustpelt with Jaypaw Dewcloud and Thorn-". "What if he's actually evil?" Thornclaw meowed "I won't go". "Okay. Take Lilyblaze with Nightpaw instead. Sandstorm take Berrynose, Foxleap, and Nightwing on a hunting patrol." Bramblestar meowed the leaped down. Nightpaw ran up to Lilyblaze. "Lilyblaze?" She asked. Lilyblaze looked down. "Yes" he replied. "What if Lionblaze is the murderer. He left moments after we started bringing up suspects, so he might of got worried." Nightpaw suggested. "Nightpaw!" Lilyblaze gasped "He is a good cat. StarClan choose him!". "She could be right" Jayfeather meowed. "What did the claws marks look like?" Lilyblaze asked. "Normal sized claws. Not the killing wound. There was a bite to the neck" Jayfeather responed. Lilyblaze nodded and led Nightpaw to the rest of the patrol. Dewcloud, Jaypaw, Dustpelt, and Darkwing sat in wait. "Ready" she meowed. "Let's go" Darkwing nodded...... they trailed his scent all the way to the border. A patrol came by and picked him up, probably. "Let's mark the border while we're here" Darkwing mewed. They marked the border and walked back to camp. But as they walked to and fro, green eyes watched in the shadows. It was on one cat particualy. She smiled and leaned over. "Next victum aquirred"..........

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