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What would you die for?

That's the question suddenly thrust upon a small band of women and children in Bosnia at the close of World War II. When a group of bitter soldiers stumble upon their peaceful village, they suddenly face an insidious evil...and the ultimate test.

It is then, in the midst of chaos and pain that the Martyr's Song is first heard. It is then that the window into heaven first opens. It is then that love and beauty are shown in breathtaking reality.

You have in your hands the story and the song that changed...everything.

Published: Thomas Nelson on
ISBN: 9781418525576
List price: $12.99
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Wow! I was not expecting what that book offered, but I sure did like it! It was a very powerful message. Will definitely read the rest of the series.more
Finished another “novella” today. It was only a few-hour’s read and completely worth it. It was a suggested follow-up to reading “The Slumber of Christianity” that I finished just days ago. I happened to have this Dekker book in my library waiting for me. It’s a great fictional-work depicting a small village church in Bosnia during World War II.The story follows the village priest, Father Michael and the rest of the village as they are approached by 5 soldiers with a commander marching to the orders of our spiritual enemy.The book includes a CD-single by Todd Agnew based on the book. I have yet to download the track, but plan to soon.The book awakened my imagination, again, on the subject of heaven and what it will look and sound like.more

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Wow! I was not expecting what that book offered, but I sure did like it! It was a very powerful message. Will definitely read the rest of the series.more
Finished another “novella” today. It was only a few-hour’s read and completely worth it. It was a suggested follow-up to reading “The Slumber of Christianity” that I finished just days ago. I happened to have this Dekker book in my library waiting for me. It’s a great fictional-work depicting a small village church in Bosnia during World War II.The story follows the village priest, Father Michael and the rest of the village as they are approached by 5 soldiers with a commander marching to the orders of our spiritual enemy.The book includes a CD-single by Todd Agnew based on the book. I have yet to download the track, but plan to soon.The book awakened my imagination, again, on the subject of heaven and what it will look and sound like.more
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