死里逃生
Escaping Death's Sting

  • 作   者:

    Joel Lee Russell

  • 出版社:

    Strategic Book Publishing

  • 语   言:

    英文

  • 支   持:

  • 纸  书:¥115.00
  • 电子书:

    ¥9.90

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死亡脚步步步逼近,人类能否死里逃生?

The most compelling way to learn to love anything is to realize how close you are to losing it. How deep into the depths of despair must author Joel Lee Russell descend before he learns to open his body, mind and soul to the magnificence of devotion and faith? After surviving a tortured childhood, Russell's challenges continue when he arrives in Vietnam during the height of the Tet Offensive.While Russell's outfit of Marines dwindles from 250 men to 79 in a matter of four hours, he beseeches God to save him and promises to dedicate his life, from that moment on, to something greater than himself. Even though we think we are eager to learn our lessons and to improve ourselves, the training we endure is often complicated and challenging. After Joel Lee Russell, nicknamed "Last Days Joel," repeatedly escapes death's sting, he opens himself to a divine beauty that soars beyond his belief.About the Author: Author Joel Lee Russell was born in 1948. He is the eleventh child and the seventh son in a family with 12 children. Throughout his upbringing, he suffered brutality that would have tested the strongest of men. When Russell wrote his memorable autobiography, Book of Joel - Book II, he was laying the foundation for his current work, Escaping Death's Sting. Russell earned a Purple Heart and a Navy Achievement Medal for his daring acts in Vietnam. He now lives in Bonney Lake, Washington.Publisher's website: http: //sbpra.com/joelleerussell

学会爱的最有效方法就是意识到失去爱是多么容易。在学会在奉献和信仰面前,从身体到思想再到灵魂开放自己之前,作者乔尔•李•拉塞尔是陷入了多深的绝望之中啊?经历了痛苦的童年,拉塞尔又饱经了越南之战“春节攻势”的苦痛,其所在的海军陆战队短短四小时内人数从250骤减到79人,他哀求上帝的怜悯,承诺从那一刻起愿意为了任意比自己伟大的事物而奉献一切。乔尔•李•拉塞尔的作品,又称《乔尔最后的日子》,和《死里逃生》一样呈现了超越信仰的神圣之美。

The most compelling way to learn to love anything is to realize how close you are to losing it. How deep into the depths of despair must author Joel Lee Russell descend before he learns to open his body, mind and soul to the magnificence of devotion and faith? After surviving a tortured childhood, Russell's challenges continue when he arrives in Vietnam during the height of the Tet Offensive.While Russell's outfit of Marines dwindles from 250 men to 79 in a matter of four hours, he beseeches God to save him and promises to dedicate his life, from that moment on, to something greater than himself. Even though we think we are eager to learn our lessons and to improve ourselves, the training we endure is often complicated and challenging. After Joel Lee Russell, nicknamed "Last Days Joel," repeatedly escapes death's sting, he opens himself to a divine beauty that soars beyond his belief.About the Author: Author Joel Lee Russell was born in 1948. He is the eleventh child and the seventh son in a family with 12 children. Throughout his upbringing, he suffered brutality that would have tested the strongest of men. When Russell wrote his memorable autobiography, Book of Joel - Book II, he was laying the foundation for his current work, Escaping Death's Sting. Russell earned a Purple Heart and a Navy Achievement Medal for his daring acts in Vietnam. He now lives in Bonney Lake, Washington.Publisher's website: http: //sbpra.com/joelleerussell

乔尔•李•拉塞尔生于1948年。家中共有12个孩子,排行11,有六个哥哥。他在成长过程中遭受了许多磨难,他的自传《拉塞尔2》为《死里逃生》打下了基础。拉塞尔因在越南的英勇行为获得了紫心勋章和海军功绩奖章。现居华盛顿邦尼胡市。

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