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One man claims to hear from God…another listens to the rumblings of the earth.Four young women are challenged to believe…three of them will become the mothers of nations.In a land ruled by the demonic Nephilim…how can any one of them make a difference?In those days, and even afterward, Nephilim lived on theearth for whenever the sons of God had intercourse with humanwomen, they gave birth to children who became the heroesmentioned in legends of old. Genesis 6:4
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