I Heard the Bells

I Heard the Bells Virginia December Three years ago Gabriel Morgan left his home in Virginia to fight for the Union army despite his family and his fianc e s loyalties to the South Now with battle fresh in his

  • Title: I Heard the Bells
  • Author: Angela K. Couch
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 118
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Virginia, December 1864 Three years ago, Gabriel Morgan left his home in Virginia to fight for the Union army, despite his family and his fianc e s loyalties to the South Now, with battle fresh in his mind, and the war still raging, he chances a quick trip home with one prayer to make peace this Christmas.

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    1. Sweet Christmas story of a family torn apart during the Civil War. As with many families, this family had members fighting on both sides of the war. Can they find that their love is strong enough for forgiveness?Angela Couch is a new author to me. I found that she skillfully pulled me into this short story. I am looking forward to reading more of her works.

    2. I Heard The Bells by Angela K Couch is a short historical Christian story. Set in 1864 during the American Civil War, it shows how war divided families. God's love is for everyone regardless as to whose side one is on. God's love covers all and conquers all. Jesus came to set us free. He brought and continues to bring gifts of love, grace and forgiveness.This sweet story is set at Christmas and shows by focusing on our Saviour's birth, all horrors and divisions of war can be put aside as we cele [...]

    3. This was a lovely little novella. The story of two brothers on opposing sides colliding at Christmas is really moving.The book is skillfully written, allowing the reader to feel the anger and anguish as emotions surface and conflicts resolve. I’d highly recommend this book for a quick dose of hope.

    4. Brothers at Christmas Very well written short story! I can't imagine having children on opposite sides of war. This is a brief moment of Faith, Hope, Love and Forgiveness at Christmas.

    5. I believe a good author will give you a satisfying ending while leaving you wishing for more. That's the way it was for me with this one.

    6. Brother vs. brotherThe horror of civil war and families divided yet faith and love can still triumph. Wonderful Christmas story capturing this hope.

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