It wasn't just that Chandler Chase saw right into the secret and hidden places of men's souls. It was deeper than that. He often saw what motivated and drove people for he had a gift equipping him for a peculiar and uncomfortable warfare once mentioned by St. Paul. One needs to understand that this gift was purely involuntary. He could neither drum it up when he felt that he needed it, or repress it when it became a nuisance. In accepting a call to be the Interim Minister at St. Sebastian's, Chandler was well equipped to meet its peculiarities for St. Sebastian's had its own rather awkward background. The historical record is clear. On the third day of the flood, Harold Beltzer hanged himself in the attic of his home, which was nestled among the homes of other members of his church on the slopes of Pleasant Hills above the river. Not recorded in the brief history of his death was the following: a shadowy form slipped from his body and stood fully visible for a few moments among the boxes and bric-a-brac of the attic. Whatever it was looked around with a self-satisfied expression before fading from sight.
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|Publisher: ||Tate Publishing|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781633067042 (DRM-EPUB)|
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