THE SHADOW OF DEATH: 90-Day Journal-Devotional from 9/11 [NOOK Book]

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A book written to inform, remind, comfort and release all who struggle with the events surrounding and the aftermath of 9/11.

Written with a day by day abbreviated history to inform those who were too young or not involved as the events occurred to give a flavor of what our world was going throughout our nation and the continuing impact it had on all who lived in New York ...
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THE SHADOW OF DEATH: 90-Day Journal-Devotional from 9/11

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Overview

A book written to inform, remind, comfort and release all who struggle with the events surrounding and the aftermath of 9/11.

Written with a day by day abbreviated history to inform those who were too young or not involved as the events occurred to give a flavor of what our world was going throughout our nation and the continuing impact it had on all who lived in New York and Washington D.C. For others the history is a simple reminder putting the times in perspective as one looks back with thoughts of sadness, sorrow, sympathy and loss.

The book serves as a reminder of all those who came together to offer support; from throughout the United States. We beheld search and rescue, medical personnel, FEMA, Red Cross and a list of varied specialist and professionals who volunteered their time to edify a hurting people.

The author also highlights the overwhelming support that occurred from local business personnel including the common citizen, men and women of the street, who offered time, services and a listening ear; asking how we may help. Many served, with gladness, in many anonymous positions.

It is personal reminder of the countries struggles and the varied personal inter-turmoil many had to deal with. Regrettably, to this day, too many are still dealing with those inner fears, frustrations and concerns. This book is also written with a strong emphasis of these persons in mind.

The author takes a prayer used at the beginning of his service with the National Guard, for this recovery and healing process, to develop 90 day devotional intermingling the history, personal experiences, stories and thoughts of others to offer hope, victory, clarification, and peace for the many still dealing with events from their “Shadow of Death” experience known as 9/11.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013480186
  • Publisher: BookLocker.com, Inc.
  • Publication date: 9/11/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 290
  • File size: 931 KB

Meet the Author

Chaplain Holder is married to Betty with two grown children. He writes from his time of military service having served from 1966 until 2006. His service includes 10 years enlisted and 30 years as an Army chaplain within the Active forces, Reserves and National Guard.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 7, 2013

    Jayleaf

    I still am getting used to Lionblaze being a WindClan cat! Lol, cannot wait to read more!~Jayleaf

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 6, 2013

    Wolfsun FYI to snowstorm

    Ashstar is a she cat not a tom but otherwise great story so far.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 6, 2013

    Shadows of Days chapter five

    Lionblaze ran into the windy moor. He looked at his- no ThunderClan's territory. "Lionblaze?" A voice asked. He turned. "Can we see Onestar-" "you mean Ashstar?" Whitetail cut in. "What about Onestar?" Lionblaze asked. "Yestereday, he died from eating a really sick rabbit. Ashstar got his nine lives last night. Heathertail is Deputy" Whitetail replied. "ThunderClan cats!" Furzepaw hissed. "Lionblaze" Heathertail greeted coldly "why do you come with this pregent queen". "I want to join" Lionnlaze resopnded boldly. "Me too!" Ciderheart stood beside him. "Let's let Ashstar decide" Whitetail mewed...... "So you want to join" Ashstar meowed. "Yes" Lionblaze nodded. "He has WindClan blood in his vains. No one could be more useful then a WindClan born cat themself" Heathertail meowed. "You're right. I'm sure your father would agree" Ashstar agreed "Welcome. Heathertail show Cinderheart to the Nursery. I'm sure Lionblaze would like to meet his new clanmates". Lionblaze padded out. Nightcloud hissed. Cats stopped talking and looked up. "All cats old enough to catch their own prey, gather here at High Rock for a clan meeting!" Ashstar yowled. Cats quietlt gathered around a hudge gray stone. "Lionblaze is known for his power to not get hurt and the fact he's half-WindClan. Heathertail and I have decided that a half-WindClan is almost as fast as a WindClan cat. He has brough his pregent mate, Cinderheart with him to join. Perhapes he has seen ThunderClans flaws". A yowl of agreement rippled throughout the crowed. Ashstar held up his tail to silence them. "We welcome him and Cinderheart into WindClan." Ashstar finished. "Furzepaw and Boulderpaw come up." Ashstaf started. Furzepaw started up. "Heathertail, is Furzepaw and Boulderpaw ready to be a Warrior" "yes" Heathertail replied. She must of mentored them both when Breezepelt left. "I, Ashstar, leader of WindClan call upon my Warrior ansectors to look down on these apprentices. They have worked hard to learn you nobel ways. Furzepaw, Boulderpaw, do you promise to uphold the ways of the Warrior Code, even at the cost of our life?". "Yes" Furzepaw and Boulderpaw vowed in unison. "Then by I call you, Furzepaw, Furzepelt. You are strong and determind. I call you, Boulderpaw, Boulderclaw. You are brave and strong." Ashstar meowed. "FURZEPELT BOULDERCLAW" The clan, including Lionblaze and Cinderheart yowled... a moon later Lionblaze was eating a rabbit. "Lionblaze Furzepelt Snakeheart Shrewclaw Harespring and Eaglepaw are coming to the Gathering" Ashstar announced. Lionblaze looked up. Barkface follwed Ashstar and Heathertail as the rest went on. Lionblaze padded throught the hills. He scented ThunderClan. As they approached the log they bumped into ThunderClan. Bramblestar held his tail up. "You go first" he meowed. Ashsar nodded and started up the log. This was Lionblaze's first time as a WindClan cat to a Gathering. He and his clan went up the log and ThunderClan followed. Ashstar leaped up, then Bramblestar. A paw prodded his back. ThunderClan. "What" he asked, turning around. "Lionblaze! You smell different!" Leafpool meowed. "Oh hi Leafpool" he meowed. Nightcloud watched him, with her eyes narrowed. "Are you happy?" Leafpool asked. "Well, yea" Lionblaze nodded. Does Nightcloud suppose I'm still loyal to ThunderClan. Or is she holding a grudge agasint me for being her mates and Crowfeather's kits?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 25, 2012

    Splashfall

    Joins in with he cheering at the back of the crowd, but sighs and pads away, tryig not to be noticed. (In the warrior's den)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 23, 2012

    Applestar:Apprentice Ceremony

    "All cats old enough to catch their own prey gather beneath the high rock for a ceremony!" I yowl, jumping up the rock. "The time has come for Dreamkit to become an apprentice. Come forward, Dreamkit." After she does, l put my tail on her shoulder. "Dreamkit, do you promise to uphold the code and do your best as an apprentice?" I ask. "I do," she mews. "From this moment on, you shall be known as Dreampaw. I will mentor you," l say, touching noses with her. "Dreampaw, Dreampaw!" I chant, and the rest of the clan joins in.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 17, 2012

    Streakfeather

    The black-streaked warrior still shows no emotion as he says, "I posted at camp...I did not disappear on purpose...but I suppose that now that Appleleaf is deputy, I have no urpose in this Clan..." —$ + ¿ € @ |< ¿ € @ + # € ¿

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 16, 2012

    Autumnstar to Shadowclan

    "I know that am not on very much, and Streakfeather has disappeared, so I am appointing Appleleaf as the new deputy. I hope you will help me serve the clan well." ~Autumnstar

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