The Theft Of America’s Soul (book review)

Title: The Theft Of America’s Soul
Author: Phil Robertson
Publisher: Nelson Books
Date: 2019
Pages: 205

The Theft Of America’s Soul (book review)

Phil Robertson, from the show Duck Dynasty, takes a look at America and what has changed in America and what has caused that change to occur.

In this short book, each chapter takes a look at a lie that many Americans have chosen to buy into and believe. All of the lies begin with the lie that God is dead. The premise is that if God is dead, then everything else breaks down and can be changed.

Throughout the book he looks at ten different lies. A few of these lies are: truth is relative, sex is for self-gratification, God did not create life, and Christians should keep quiet.

Each chapter begins by looking at the lie and how it is promoted, then he shows what Scripture says and how it is a lie from the devil. Scripture is constantly used throughout the book. He also quotes many of the founding fathers of America, pointing out how America was built upon Biblical and Godly principles, but has walked away from them. Phil also uses a lot of examples in his own personal life on how he had once bought into the lies and how God changed his own life.

This book will make many of the woke people in America angry. It goes against the culture being promoted in America today. He challenges believers to see the truth and work to be a witness and bring America back to God.

I highly recommend you read this book. Open your heart to hear what God has to say and to see the truth of how America has had its soul stolen by the enemy and what can be done about it.

The Goblin Hunters (book review)

Title: Goblin Hunters
Author: Samuel Schiller
Publisher: Virtualbookworm.com Publishing
Date: 2013
Pages: 363

The Goblin Hunters (book review)

This is the sixth book in this series by Samuel Schiller. In the last book the Third Legion had beaten the Moloch priests and the First and Second Legions that had rebelled against King Osric.

The Red Goblin, Klabaga, was angry that the priests had lost, but set out to seek the help of a group of trolls from the Zarrin Tappeh to go against the humans again.

While Klabaga is raising his army, Evan follows God’s leading to go somewhere and is captured by Ahmed and sold to the enemy. Aine Ceallaigh gathers the Third Legion together to go through the mountains to gain help against the rising goblin armies. The chance of surviving the trip through the mountains is very slim, but they go anyways.

Throughout this story many lives become intertwined with each other that were previously separate. One of the main characters realizes some mistakes he has made and the horrors of the priests of Moloch. He chooses to become a believer in Iosa (Jesus) and follow the One True God.

Several characters learn to hear from the bird, Julian (the Holy Spirit) in guiding them on their journey. Klabaga can notice that Evan is in the area with the Spirit of God upon him.

This story is very graphic in its descriptions of the battles that occur between the goblins, trolls and humans. It flows back and forth from the goblins to the humans describing what each are doing. There are some parallels to some of the characters in the Bible as to what some of these characters go through on this journey and battle.

Focus on God and His power is often referred to by the characters. Hearing and obeying God is highest priority that many learn as they go along not understanding God’s leading.

Sadly, this book ends with an opening for another book and stating that it will continue in another book, which is, as of yet, to have been written. I will not reveal how the battles end. It may be good or bad. You must read the book to find that out.

I highly recommend reading this book, only after reading the previous five books in this series. It is an encouraging story to build one’s faith in God and trusting that God will make a way where there seems to be no way. It also shows that life is often a series of battles against the enemy, though most often not physical ones as found in this story, but of spiritual battles.

The Queen’s Own (book review)

Title: The Queen’s Own
Author: Samuel Schiller
Publisher: Virtualbookworm.com Publishing
Date: 2010
Pages: 403

The Queen’s Own (book review)

This is the fifth book in a series by Samuel Schiller. In the previous book King Osric Murchada, king of Glenmara had become a believer and follower of Iosa Christus (Jesus Christ) and rejected the idol worship of Molach.

As a result of his rejection the false god, the priests of the false god led a rebellion against King Osric. Along with the false priests, the first and second legions (armies) chose to rebel and take the control of the kingdom from King Osric.

King Osric’s wife, Queen Ivrain, decides to build her own legionnaire, the Third Legionnaire. She also has a small group of women who know how to fight very well. Going against the odds and with God’s favor, they are able to build this new army.

Most of this book goes into extreme detail of the preparation for battle against the evil that has taken over their nation and showing the actual battle. Parts of this story is very graphic in its details on the battle.

Throughout the story the main characters continually rely upon God for strength, direction and favor. The odds of them winning the battle against the evil forces is very slim, yet they go forward trusting God.

Although most believers today will not have to physically fight an enemy, this book does give encouragement and insight into the spiritual battles one will have to fight on a regular basis against evil forces in this world.

I highly recommend reading this story. If you have not read the previous four books, that is recommended to be done first to fully understand and appreciate this story.

Fire From The Earth (book review)

Title: Fire From The Earth
Author: Samuel Schiller
Publisher: Virtualbookworm.com Publishing
Date: 2008
Pages: 394

Fire From The Earth (book review)

This is the fourth book in a series by Samuel Schiller following the life of Evan Macketh. In the previous book Evan, along with others, were able to defeat the goblin armies.

Evan is now being called by God to leave his hometown and Aine, whom he loves, to go to Nezedsahr, a sinful, Moloch serving city. He begins the journey with Julian, the Holy Spirit of God in the form of a bird.

Bronwyn, a girl with a bad reputation gets Evan and a friend Evard captured and put into slavery. She regrets it but cannot appear to stop it. Julian is injured and Bronwyn feels responsible and takes care of him and must set out for Nezedsahr.

None of the characters understand why there are where they are but begin to see God’s hand bringing all things together. The leader of Nezedsahr dies and his son takes over, who does not appreciate the ways of Moloch, but does not know how to change. Battles against the goblins and the priests of Moloch rise up.

As with the other books, this book has a lot of fighting occurring throughout it. One can see God’s hand behind the scenes setting the characters into position to bring about His will. Lives are changed and some will become followers of Iosa (Jesus).

Part of this story parallels the story to a point of Joseph in the Bible. God using slavery to bring about His good in the end. The gospel message is made very clear and some become believers.

I highly recommend this book, though it is recommended to read the first three in this series to fully understand who the characters are and what is occurring in this one. It is a simple, young adult style of reading with some extreme violence, but flows very well. One thing good is that there is no bad language and no bad scenes described outside of the fighting.

The Fields Of Clon Miarth (book review)

Title: The Fields Of Clon Miarth
Author: Samuel Shciller
Publisher: Virtualbookworm.com Publishing
Date: 2007
Pages: 241

The Fields Of Clon Miarth (book review)

This is the third book in the series Samuel Schiller wrote around the life of Evan MacKeth. In the previous book Evan had been a part of a major battle against the priests of Moloch and was seriously injured, but did survive.

In the opening of this book Evan is laying in a bed injured both in spirit and in body. He feels as though God does not care about him any longer and wishes that his life would end. He has no idea where Aine Ceallaigh (whom he has grown to love) is. Julian (the Holy Spirit in the form of a bird) urges him to get up and move forward.

Evan begins his journey to find Aine, but is led by God to go a different direction, though he does not know or understand why, but knows he must follow God’s leading. Julian goes a different direction, leaving Evan on his own.

Aine had been captured by another man who loves her, but does not believe in, nor serve God. Although he is rough at times and is on the enemy’s side, he protects her.

Throughout the entire book there is a lot of battles against the goblin army described in great detail. It goes between battles that Evan is in, Aine is in and other important characters. The goblin army is much greater than the human army. Many die or are wounded on both sides.

Throughout this story one can see that there is to be a reliance upon God’s leading through His Holy Spirit. Often the characters are placed in nearly impossible situations and miracles occur.

Without giving away too much of the story, there is enough fighting going on in this story that if it were made into a movie, it would most likely be a rated R movie. I will not give away how the battle ends in the end as to which side won or lost.

If you love to read high level action and battle stories, this book will be an excellent read. I also recommend it for any believer to be encouraged to do battle against the spiritual forces at work in our lives and the world. God is the God of the impossible and it shows up very well in this story. This story is also continued in more books to follow.