Through the Darkness Comes the Light
Lulu.com, 2006 M04 7 - 276 pages
Are there athiests in a foxhole? Read Through the Darkness Comes the Light and find out about one Marine Sniper with two tours in the Vietnam. Through the Darkness is an unlikely story of the conversion of an athiest, Marine Sniper and alcoholic. Ed wasnt interested in religion or good for that matter. Then a friend, a member of no church, bore his testimony and changed a snipers life years after the war. He tells in stunning detail his continuing conversion to the gospel of Jesus Christ and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Before you turn off to the 'Mormon' thing, read on and learn how in this difficult journey he found out more than one truth when a non-member Christian friend once said to him "Eddie, we can never let our differences get in the way of the fact we love each other". It is a story of tragedy and challenge, love and hate and the ultimate peace in the end. Ed tells how a conversion is a living thing and must continue to the end. A must read for todays problems.
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