Item description for Triumphant The Gates of Hell Cannot Have Me! by D. B. Hatfield...
Overview A life-long journey beginning with the author's ancestral background, tied in with the history of the Hatfield-McCoy feud, which is covered in the book for your enlightenment and education. You will then visit races and cultures that span the globe into some twenty-five countries. The story covers the life of a young man, coming from humble beginnings out of the rural backwoods of Kentucky, and how God reached down and touched his receptive heart some 75 years ago, at the young age of 15. He began his ministry and pursued his education at Bible Training School (Lee University in Cleveland, Tennessee). During the first year of BTS God called him to mission work, specifically to the Middle East Bible Lands and Mediterranean Region. Then he met Myrtle, the love of his life. They married and enjoyed the birth of two children. Through a valley-of-despair experience with their son's illness and near death, God got his attention and here you will learn the meaning of submission to God's will! Now you'll travel with a very young family some 6,000 miles away from the comforts of life in America, to journey into another world where the missionary is not welcomed. Here you will learn the experiences they encountered while living during the turbulent wars between Israel, Palestine, Egypt and other Arab countries, at the time of the division of land and Israel became a nation. A resemblance of today where history continues to repeat itself. You will learn of a sin the United Nations will live with forever! As you read your Bible you will sense it unfolding while you travel with the author through the Bible Lands of a span of many years! Discover the challenges of a missionary and gain insight of the meaning of life on the mission field. Can you visualize living in the villages, learning the languages and customs of new cultures? Learn how churches were established, schools were opened, and how lives were touched as needs of people were met! What are people like in other countries when you are the foreigner? Get to know the people. What is the meaning of being open to God's will for your life? Always with a willing heart, you will discover how God directed the author's life! The time came for the Hatfields to return to the States, but their hearts have always remained in the Middle East. This book reveals their challenges and victories over the years. Upon retirement, Reverend Hatfield began writing about his life's journey from notes compiled over 70+ years. This book
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Studio: Xulon Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.36" Width: 6.46" Height: 1.14" Weight: 1.61 lbs.
Release Date Oct 15, 2003
Publisher Xulon Press
ISBN 1594670463 ISBN13 9781594670466
Availability 137 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 27, 2016 12:54.
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TRIUMPHANT-The Gates of Hell Cannot Have Me! Nov 16, 2003
In reading this book I found pearls of wisdom throughout, and I found myself entertained, informed and stimulated!
A tremendous book about the author's life as a minister and missionary. With his name 'Hatfield' the author provides the reader historical information on his ancestry including the infamous 'Hatfield-McCoy Feud'. This is written eloquently and is very entertaining. The author provided some great pictures of his family, including 'Devil Anse Hatfield' and some super pictures showing life in foreign countries while he was a missionary. They really opened my eyes of what life is about.
I found this book especially interesting learning what the author had to say about his conversion and how his life developed from that point. To learn of the experiences of his life as a missionary was very meaningful and I thought the author laid out the story in a way that kept me reading. The challenges and victories on the mission field opened my eyes to what missionaries go through. I learned things about the Bible I didn't realize before, and the author gave tremendous views of historical accounts of the Bible Lands helping me to understand the Bible. I love the book and recommend it to everyone.