Category Archives: Shiloh Saga: Sanctuary

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Which Selfish Generation Threatens God’s Sanctuary?

We may be living in such a depraved generation when everyone’s focus is inward to their own wants and desires. Even avarice and gluttony fail to satisfy our own growing voracious cancer! No longer is there a sanctuary from our self.





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What You Fear Causes You to Stumble

Is there a true sanctuary that removes your fears and offers hope? There is only one genuine “fear” that every person faces that is common to all of mankind – the fear of death. The choice is whether we will choose to make that fear a stumbling stone or stepping stone in our relationship with God. Fact: no earthly alliance can defeat the fear of death.





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The Value of a Sanctuary Rests at the End of the Story

Unlike Disney and Universal Studios where fantasies come true but there is a cost to get in, God’s sanctuary city requires only a smile to affirm your faith in God’s grace to enter.





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God’s Sanctuary Found With Humility

God’s true refuge or sanctuary has the unlimited capacity of accommodating all who seek his grace, peace, and mercy. His high tower likewise clarifies our proper place and purpose in life and restores our focus on God’s priorities, diminishing our selfish priorities.





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Ignorance, Our Greatest Enemy

Genuine Sanctuary is found when we teach our children and grandchildren the love of reading. A thirst for books sharpens the sword that will serve them well in the battle against ignorance and dependence upon others to shape their beliefs.





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Southern Fiction – Sanctuary, April 4th Launch Date

‘Time crept while I stirred and tossed in futile attempts to capture any semblance of actual sleep. Capitulation arrived shortly after four when I poured a cup of coffee and sat down in the living room…Okay Lord what are you trying to share with me?’ Theo Phillips, Main character Ch 20, pg. 169





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Sanctuary Sneak Preview – April 4th Release Date

Theo and Liddy’s retirement dreams take a turn that could unravel both them and the idyllic life they and many others look for in Shiloh.





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“Shiloh 1” reserved for the mayor!

All Southern Fiction offers vivid word imagery that bring its colorful characters and time-lost settings to life in the mind’s eye of the reader. Sanctuary is no exception.





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T M “Mike” Brown, Author Page

New T M “Mike” Brown author web page.





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Shiloh Saga: Jessie’s Story – Preview

When we reached Town Square, Liddy sat on a nearby bench and focused upon the unique architecture of Shiloh Baptist Church across the street while the bronze statue we saw earlier when we drove through town caught my interest. Spotlights shone upon the young man’s chiseled face. He wore a collared polo shirt with “SHS” monogrammed above a single fleur-de-lis over his heart. A coach’s whistle dangled from his neck, and a Bible rested in one hand while the other pointed upward. The life-like detail monopolized my attention until my eyes drifted to the plaque at the base.





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