Gideon: The Sound and The Glory

Gideon: The Sound and The Glory

by Joseph Ganci
Gideon: The Sound and The Glory

Gideon: The Sound and The Glory

by Joseph Ganci


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Why has the true story of Gideon been hidden for three millennia? How does Gideon connect with Jacob wrestling an angel? How did a blood feud between the killing of Gideon's brothers and the Midianite kings evolve? How does the prophetess Debra establish the lighting of the two Shabbat candles? How Gideon's three hundred represent the trinity. Why was Gideon not in the major Midianite battle? How did three hundred starving men conquer fifteen thousand in a night battle? Why Gideon is a similitude of the coming of Jesus as a spiritual warrior. How does Abimelech, his half Canaanite son, become the first king of Israel and Canaan? Why Eli wore the two crowns of the high priest and judge at the tabernacle in Shiloh? Why the mice were in the Philistine cart that transported the Ark of the covenant back to Israel. What was David doing at the battle with Goliath? Why did David have five stones in his script? Why is this the first time an accurate depiction of Gideon's mysterious ephod of Gold has come to light? And much, much more. Besides being entertaining, the novel is a spiritual delight to the pilgrim, searching for the mind of God.

Unsung heroes and murderous villains, hidden forever in ancient shadows, now leap to life - blazing onto the pages of revelation.

Gideon, a lowly woodcutter, is blessed by an angel to be the savior of all Israel. He does not know why or how and shrinks from this dangerous mission. The commandment to conquer the Midian Empire as one man seems all but impossible. But Gideon's confidence grows as God guides his every step until he stands fearless and faithfully fulfills his destiny as "A mighty man of valor." The fierce warriors, burning towers, and devastated cities contained in Gideon's Journey are but silver threads that weave into a sweeping tapestry of ancient intrigue. Running through and stitching together the entire saga is The Lord of the Covenant, or The Baal-Berith, also known as Gideon's mysterious Ephod of Gold. The Canaanite age of iron finds a simple woodsman lost in the forest of fear and doubt, challenging Ba'al, the Amorite god, to rescue his one true love and grows into a mighty man of valor conquering the Midian Empire.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780997803204
Publisher: Joseph Ganci
Publication date: 01/05/2017
Pages: 384
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

Joseph made his arrival at Beth-El Hospital, or 'The House of God' found in Brooklyn. Joseph is a firstborn, and so, is dedicated to God by the laws of Israel. He is the son of a Joseph and a loving mother named Rosemary. He is a Levite and a high priest and remains a passionate Italian. He came to age, racing across the Robert Moses Causeway to the outer banks of Fire Island. Joseph was most at home in the frigid chill of the wild North Atlantic. Joseph accepted the call from Lyndon B. Johnson and was ordered to report for combat in the Vietnam conflict. Man-to-man combat is where he had experienced a baptism by fire and has been chastened by the struggle. The G.I. Bill provided him with a seat at the coveted Honor Society's banquet table of higher education. Joseph lives alone in the Lone Star state. Joseph fathered five daughters, three of whom are still alive. He has five grandchildren that are the gems found in an old man's crown. The Bible to him is like reading the Daily News as it is vivid and alive and provides deep wells of knowledge and practical applications of simple understandings. Moreover, this is where the grist from this novel finds common ground through his endless rounds of scripture study. For the laborer is worthy of his hire and the eyes of his understanding has been opened by a loving God. Lest we forget, a thousand years hence - the anthropologists will conclude that our society communed with an all-knowing oracle named Google.
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