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Debra Chapoton
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Debra Chapoton had written over 20 books for adults and children. Her genres are thriller, paranormal, time travel, adventure, and more.
Debra Chapoton had written over 20 books for adults and children. Her genres are thriller, paranormal, time travel, adventure, and more.

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Galatians, part 1, Justified by Faith
Justification This is the third time
we’ve had a dalet book. Remember the Hebrew letter dalet and what
it means? Door. Galatians was written by
the apostle Paul. The Galatians had become the prey of the legalizers, the
Judaizing missionaries from Palestine....
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Terrific review. I'm so pleased.
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The Time Bender
Sixteen-year-old Selina’s battle
with APD (Avoidant Personality Disorder) seriously hampers her ability to
socialize and find that oh-so-perfect boyfriend. When two interstellar teens
target her for kidnapping because they’ve discovered she has the ability ...
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2nd Corinthians, part 2, Its Link to Leviticus
A Ministry
of reconciliation.  Read 2nd Corinthians 5: 17 – 21: 17 Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, the
new creation has come: The old has gone, the new is here! 18 All this is
from God, who reconciled us to himself through Christ and gave us the ministry...
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Please share. This is currently my favorite book.
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2nd Corinthians, part 1, the Comfort of the Holy Spirit
Major Theme 2nd Corinthians was
written by the Apostle Paul. Its major theme is always to be faithful to
Christ. This epistle shows Paul’s state of physical weakness, weariness, and
pain as well as his great anguish of heart over the distrust felt toward hi...
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1st Corinthians and Sexual Immorality
Major Themes The apostle Paul wrote to
the church in Corinth to inform them that he was sending Timothy to them and to
give them some much needed reminders and instructions. His major themes are:
divisions within the church, his own authority, sexual morali...
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