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Jezreel Here Today Gone Tomorrow By Shiela & Wendy
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A collection of photos by Wendy and Sheila that they took on a journey into the past to discover their search for the set called "The Jezreelite" of Gillingham Kent in 1881. James Jershom... More > Jezreel was the founder and he started to build a strange tower,it was intended to be a sanctuary, assembly hall and headquarters of the New and Latter House of Israel, as the church was now called. Around the perimeter there would be shops plus accommodation for Israel’s International College — a school he had already set up at his home in Woodlands Road, Gillingham. James Jershom Jezreel, aged 45 years died on 2nd March 1884 and was buried in an unmarked grave in the Grange Road cemetery near his home in Gillingham.< Less
The Broken Threads of Yesterday By Doreen Swain
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A family saga with a dark side. It explores the  continuing effects of child abuse into adult life. Set in the 1940's & 1960's in the Medway area of Kent, it centres around the remains of... More > the Jezreel's tower & the few remaining Jezreelite families still living in the area. In the aftermath of the Second World War, it shows the far-reaching effects, both good & bad, on  ordinary families struggling back to a normal way of life.< Less
Virgo Rising By Mark Meadows
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Charged with a surprising mission, the peasant girl overcomes trials, opposition and persecution in a town where corruption and unbelief are relentless forces.
The Voice of Melody An Oratorio for Zion By C. Leo Jordan
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An Oratorio for Zion. The Holy City. The New Jerusalem. Heaven. Does John’s language regarding The New Jerusalem in his Revelation describe a literal place, the home of the redeemed, or is... More > it figurative for something else, a spiritual entity which is quite incapable of being seen with mortal eye? The author compares John’s apocalyptic vision of the New Jerusalem, with similar Old Testament passages regarding Zion, especially in Isaiah and The Song of Solomon. Sometimes this entity is metaphorically described as a city, sometimes as a bride or even a garden. This book examines the relationship between Zion and Christ, the bride and the bridegroom, and the garden and gardener. Jordan discovered that all the prophecy, however, is primarily about Jesus Christ. And that ultimately Christ died to save sinners. “Surely, it is with ‘the voice of melody’ that his servants declare the good news unto all people.”< Less