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Sons In The Clouds by Randy Mitchell
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Sons In The Clouds

by Randy Mitchell

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Life is like a friendship, eventually it will end, by conflict by conflict or God's hand.
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Have what your faith expects.
Where there is love there is life.
All warfare is based on deception.
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True and lasting friendships are extremely rare. Andy Stevens and Wade Hamilton, childhood friends, share the same dream of becoming pilots. Appointments to the U.S. Naval Academy turn their aspirations into reality but ultimately leads them to the ugliness of the Vietnam War. Fate imprisons them together in one of the deadliest POW jungle prison camps. Along with an unwavering love of the women they leave behind, a dedication to each other, the memory of one’s destructive parental upbringing, and direct signals from God, supernatural mercy helps them escape. Death for one later shows the afterlife to his best friend as undeniable proof of God’s existence.
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