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A Tale of Three Kings Chapter Summary & Analysis - Prologue Summary

Gene Edwards
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Prologue Summary

A Tale of Three Kings by Gene Edwards is a cautionary tale written in a time of turmoil in the Christian community. Many Christians found their faith shaken when many religious leaders were proven to be someone other than who they portrayed themselves to be. Gene Edwards fictionalizes several stories from the Bible in order to guide these lost Christians and help them find their way back to their faith. A Tale of Three Kings is not only a cautionary tale, but hope presented in a modern retelling of favorite stories.

God orders Gabriel to give two pieces of Himself to two unborn destinies. To the first Gabriel is to give the cloth of God, surrounding the destiny in God's power. This gift gives the bearer the power to crush armies and shame the enemies of God, but will be external. This gift will never touch the...

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