Flagstaff, AZ (Vocus) October 30, 2010
Allow me to introduce this beloved story to our world, not in a new enlightenment however in an ancient one. the decree meets the reader where we are joyful, sad, expecting, and hurting. It encourages the reader to love themselves and their enemies as well as those who love them.
the decree is a novel already written into the hearts of all people, of every age and every gender. It answers the one who questions creation along with the many who desire to know it's hidden truths. the decree was written to reveal secrets, not just the learning’s of frustrated angels but deep heart-changing hopes that every soul cries out for daily.
In humility, the author brings to light biblical and apocryphal writings, dead-sea mysteries and prophecies, all the while weighing each of them against the most powerful force of all, love, pure and unadulterated. the decree asks the questions: How can man be asked to love his enemies if his Maker is not already prepared to do so? What loving God torments His creation, whether in this life or for an eternity?
“In the darkest days of the world a promise was not forgotten. Giant men treaded across the surface of the earth, defiling her, razing, and devouring all that they desired. They were the reprobate, the immoral offspring of the sons' of El Elohim, angels and man. Nearly all life was destined for abortion. Three brothers were given a decree; Shem, who cried for the dying, Japheth, the teacher, and Ham, a follower of the law. One family. One hope for renewal when the earth destroyed her children.”
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the decree * by Daniel Pawlicki
Publication Date: October 27, 2010
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 255 pages; 978-1-4535-7869-8
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