First Cry

First Cry Long ago God set Watchmen on Jerusalem s walls to keep vigil and sound the battle cry when evil approached These men and women would not sleep for if they grew complacent many innocents would fall T

  • Title: First Cry
  • Author: Evangheline Farcas
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 405
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Long ago, God set Watchmen on Jerusalem s walls to keep vigil and sound the battle cry when evil approached These men and women would not sleep for if they grew complacent, many innocents would fall They do not age, time has no hold on them Throughout the ages and into the present, there are those born who are destined to be Watchmen Some would watch over countries, sLong ago, God set Watchmen on Jerusalem s walls to keep vigil and sound the battle cry when evil approached These men and women would not sleep for if they grew complacent, many innocents would fall They do not age, time has no hold on them Throughout the ages and into the present, there are those born who are destined to be Watchmen Some would watch over countries, some over just one soul Each one is equiped with gifts to use in the constant battle that remains unseen to human eyes Raphael is one such Watchman His gift His battle cry Song Just as the demons fled at the sound of David s song to Saul, so the Dark Ones afflicting mankind flee with Raphael s battle song One such song begins the redemptive song of Hadassah, a direct descendant of Queen Esther, who must also save her peoplewith the help of the Watchmen.Show More Show Less

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    1. As a pastor I am always on the look out for stories that increase the knowledge and faith of those who read it. Haddassah's Watchman: First Cry is one such short. Be warned it is a serial so there is no end or tidy conclusion in this booklet. Instead there is a good solid start to what I believe is going to be a phenomenal tale. I am intrigued by Ms. Farcas' idea of a group of immortal watchmen. I was blown away by the strength of the spiritual warfare she envisioned. The thing in this episode t [...]

    2. WOW! What an awesome book! I understand that it is part of a series and I am anxious to read the rest of the series! This book is about those appointed to watch over us, and intercede on our behalf. People make decisions and never give a thought to those who pray for us, worry about us, and fight for us. This is a great book for a women's reading group or a church reading group. This story really showed the power of God and redemption, but it also showed the power of deception, pride, and guilt. [...]

    3. Hadassah's Watchman: First Cry-Episode One by Evangheline Farcas, was a great start to what I feel like will be many more page turning "episodes". In this episode we meet Hadassah, Johan, the man she fell in love with and Raphael, Hadassah's "watchman". Hadassah is a helpful servant of God. This is how she ends up meeting Johan. Over time Johan seems to change his ways and Hadessah falls in love with what she thinks to be a changed man. Unfortunately, she finds out other wise and he leaves her w [...]

    4. A beautiful story awaits you in this book. Beautifully written with brilliant descriptions and characters, the author has created a great plot that had me captured from the first sentence!I will be sure to carry on with the rest of the series.

    5. I'm on the fence with this one. Writing was inventive, shall we say. I think I'd need to read more episodes to make a proper judgment.

    6. Deep and MovingThis first installment of the Hadassah series is breathtaking. Its woven throughout with love and mercy in the face of pain and defeat. I can't wait to read what else is on store for us.

    7. Hadassah's Watchman.I was so enthralled with the story that I didn't realized it had ended until I read " this is the conclusion of episode one". There was a moment in the story where the Angel captured Hadassah's tears in a bottle and it made me wonder about my tears, but also about the tears of people that I may have hurt or offended. That scene was so profound, because it will make you realize that you don't want to be the cause of someone else pain, you don't want to have to stand before God [...]

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