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Activating The Angelic

Author: Flo Ellers
Publisher: Destiny Image Publishers
ISBN: 0768499976
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Activating the Angelic is an easy-to-read teaching book designed to train and equip you to cooperate with the Person of the Holy Spirit so the gifts will flow through you. You will be taught the KEYS that unlock the miraculous, activate the angelic and set the captive free. The modern-day believer--young and old alike--will demonstrate the power of God in extraordinary realms of Glory no other generation has witnessed as the Holy Spirit restores the Church to its pristine Glory and the faith once delivered to the first century revivalists.

The Germans In The American Civil War

Author: Wilhelm Kaufmann
Publisher: John Kallmann Pub
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This singular account of an estimated 216,000 Germans, mostly newly-arrived immigrants and about 300,000 Americans of German descent, who served in the American Civil War is an unprecedented event in the publication of material on U.S. military history. Written by a successful German immigrant, publishing entrepreneur and journalist, Wilhelm Kaufmann, 1847-1920, this book was originally published in 1911 by Munich Publisher R. Oldenbourg in the German Language only. In their Civil War Centennial book, Civil War Books: A Critical Bibliography, published in 1967, the distinguished contributors, Allen Nevins, James I. Robertson, Jr., and Bell I. Wiley, wrote of Kaufmann's history: Finally, after two world wars and the consequent anti-German sentiment and the neglect that discouraged publication, a new Edition -- in English for the first time -- is now available. Scholars, general readers, genealogists and people who wish to explore their own German heritage will welcome this penetrating account -- now with enhanced features: readable type, larger maps (36 in all) designed for clarity; and now, most importantly, fully indexed for more effective reference use. Available in both a quality genuine clothbound as well as an economical paperback edition, this history deserves a place on your permanent library shelf. 392pp., 36 maps, bibliography, end notes, index.

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