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					A Must Read for Those Who Seek Knowledge and Spiritual Comfort -- New Book is an Educational Tool That Delivers Deep Spiritual Insight About a Lost People
HOT SPRINGS, Ark., Sept. 16, 2008 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Follow the story of a modern day people whose plight has been long, arduous, and filled with hardship. They knew little concerning their spiritual or cultural history -- or who they truly are. Unravel their legacy through author J.R. Godfrey's The Tabernacle for the Congregation House of Habiru. This book serves not as a replacement but a supplement to the Tanakh (Hebrew) Bible, and The Old Testament of the King James Bible. It is a culmination of research depicting the series of apocalyptic-like events from Moses to the conquest of Egypt by the Romans, which changed lives of the Habiru. The story correlates the biblical events that depict their identity and fate. It was those same and subsequent events that swept many of them into the diaspora out of Egypt and Israel, and their escape west forming Hebrew nations across Africa that were later displaced by the Mohammedans. Forced to convert their faith to Islam, then to Christianity or death, this people became disparate and seriously vulnerable. They were incarcerated, disoriented, and alienated to a new involuntary diaspora into the new Egypt, the Americas. The Tabernacle for the Congregation House of Habiru delivers deep spiritual insight into the personal emptiness of not believing, or perhaps believing and belonging, but to a religious group without a sincere feeling of spiritual fulfillment. It offers a basis for faith, and specific fundamentals of faith for a lost people, and insights on the circumstances they were forced into, in order to survive. In a non-traditional manner, the story invites the reader to think and visualize the experience. As an educational tool, it promotes enlightenment while facilitating the accommodation, assimilation, and spiritual unity among all -- regardless of age, nationality, ethnicity, or current religious affiliation -- who are fulfilled and intrigued by its content. Finally, the Habiri are home, and they congregate here! The Tabernacle for the Congregation House of Habiru is now available for your reading pleasure. It is a must read for those seeking knowledge and spiritual comfort. About the Author J. R. Godfrey, the author of The Tabernacle, is a retired Computer Systems Engineer, Information Processing Marketing Executive, Higher Education Administrator, and Entrepreneur. His inquiring mind is bristling with insight and life experiences. All stemming from the early years of his humble Southern Christian upbringing, in the beautiful city of Hot Springs, Arkansas, to his hi-tech professional career which exposed him to a myriad of issues and concepts throughout the country and the world. Godfrey is a veteran of the United States Air Force, and a graduate of Pepperdine University, Malibu, California. He has held many memberships, board appointments, and been a

contributor in a number of civic and social enrichment programs. While culminating the thirty-five plus years of managing, supervising, directing, and advising people and machines to fulfill the needs of our society, he discovered how one's life could be commandeered by unfamiliar forces to undertake a uniquely spiritual purpose. The Congregation House of Habiru is born. The Tabernacle for the Congregation House of Habiru * by J.R. Godfrey Celebrity Readers Edition Publication Date: November 12, 2007 Trade Paperback; $18.69; 246 pages; 978-1-4257-8415-7 To request a complimentary paperback review copy, contact the publisher at (888) 7954274 x. 7479. Tear sheets may be sent by regular or electronic mail to Marketing Services. To purchase copies of the book for resale, please fax Xlibris at (610) 915-0294 or call (888) 795-4274 x.7876. CONTACT: Xlibris Marketing Services (888) 795-4274 x. 7876 MarketingServices@Xlibris.com

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