Back at the camp Salvacion grew weary of her husband's absence. She was now several months pregnant with four children, requiring full attention. Although the helpers eased the burden of caring for the children, the pregnancy brought grim uncertainties. Her faith kept her strong each day. She possessed a keen sense of a strong spiritual bond to her husband. Deep down she knew that her husband would find a way to return to her. The Spider and the Skull is a portrayal of the great struggle between good and evil, between the oppression of the helpless and the preservation of the weak. It is a quest for survival against insurmountable odds, where the unlikeliest of heroes emerge victorious over the weight of tyranny. This story depicts a vivid illustration about the triumph of the human spirit, a testament of love, a measure of man's grit, and a test of one's faith. It is a glimpse at a time where innocence is lost. And at the end, it is the vindication of one's perseverance. This is a story of God's ultimate provision and His supernatural intervention that prevailed amidst great tragedies. When hope was bleak, His spiritual manifestations were made evident through the eyes of young girl. This is the legacy of Lucio Tio, a legacy of God's ultimate plan and a testament to His unfailing love.
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|Publisher: ||Tate Publishing|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781631852367 (DRM-EPUB)|
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