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Joab's Fire: A Distant Hope

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Joab Black and his wife Sarah overcame the worst of pioneer hardships in order to establish a prosperous farm in Alberta, Canada. But those challenges never prepared them for the tragedy they now faced; a staggering loss and intense pain causing them to doubt everything they had ever believed. In the midst of their sorrow, even their closest friends interpret their sufferi ...more
Paperback, 186 pages
Published September 1st 2011 by Higherlife Development Service
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Vera Godley
Oct 10, 2011 Vera Godley rated it liked it
I reviewed Joab's Fire on my blog at: Chat With Vera

This short novel carries a punch that delivers a shattering realization into your heart and mind that man suffers and God's people scarcely understand the suffering of the individual.

Joab's Fire is set in the very early 1900's in Alberta, Canada. Sergeant Dixon of the North West Mounted Police respects the main character, Joab Black and his wife Sarah Black, for their upright living, generosity, and faith. They are a prosperous family until di
May 20, 2011 Jessi rated it it was amazing
great book for devotion
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