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  • Author:
    James Harold Threlkeld
  • ISBN:
    0982177801
  • ISBN13:
    978-0982177808
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  • Publisher:
    Smythe Press (November 17, 2008)
  • Pages:
    192 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Christian Living
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    4.7
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Harold Gustavus Threlkeld was born on month day 1920, at birth place, Georgia, to James David Threlkeld and Elizabeth Obelia Threlkeld (born Parham). James was born on May 14 1876, in Madison, Georgia, United States. Elizabeth was born circa 1878, in Madison County, Georgia, United States of America. Harold had 11 siblings: Hattie Inez Phillips (born Threlkeld), Mary Viola Brown (born Threlkeld) and 9 other siblings. Harold married Nell Thelkeld.

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Although James I had Tudor blood, of course, his reign was the beginning of the English Stuart years and Elizabeth’s is considered to be the concluding reign of the Tudor era. In a Renaissance century rich with intelligence, intrigue, faith, factions, passion, and drama, nearly five hundred years on, she truly stands out, the marvelous daughter of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn. Writing a book is truly a team sport, and I feel thankful and blessed to have a number of wonderful people who graciously contributed their many talents.

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JAMES THRELKELD, American Lawyer, Partner of WALT, DYER AND JAMES, specializing in the field of General Civil Practice in all Courts Banking, Corporate, Savings and Loan, Insurance, Probate, Real Estate.

JAMES THRELKELD, American Lawyer, Partner of WALT, DYER AND JAMES, specializing in the field of General Civil Practice in all Courts Banking, Corporate, Savings and Loan, Insurance, Probate, Real Estate, Administrative, Estate Planning, Securities, Tax, Bankruptcy, Fair Employment, Insurance Defense and Trust La. THRELKELD, JAMES was born on January 2, 1924 in Memphis, Tennessee, United States. Tulane University (Bachelor of Business Administration, 1948).

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This book contains both unique relevant humor and very inspirational short stories told through an exceptional man named Sam from the mythical town of Smythe, Arkansas. Part One reminds us that we have to fight for our traditional values in order to preserve our families, our communities and indeed even our country. We are in a fight where more and more people are determined to take God away from all of us. The author cleverly approaches these sensitive topics with wit and charm in his own “southern country” style. Part Two is a set of stories based on remarkable, true events which will move the reader closer to God. To be truly ready for the impact of the inspirational stories, it is best to read Part One first so you fully understand Sam’s love of family, friends and country. Sam will remain in your heart long after you finish this book. Take your time, savoring the moments until you end up.......Where Roses Have No Thorns.

Ahieones
This is one of the best books that I have ever read. Jim Threlkeld has a very special cute way with words. The first half has a lot of short funny stories about a fictitious town named Smythe Ark. The people who live there are common people like any one of us can associate ourselves with. It exposes us to a conserative sort of view and shows us how Americans should live in a funny cute way. The second half has a serious inspirational way of exposing people to God in a gentle interesting way, to get us to know more about Jesus and what heaven has in store for christian people. There will be no thorns on the stems of the roses or any other place in heaven. Thorns were part of the curse of sin and Jesus bore the curse for us on his own head when they placed a crown of thorns on his head when they crucified him on the cross for us.
Preve
I really enjoyed reading Where Roses Have No Thorns by James Threlkeld. While reading the different story's, I felt like I was a part of the story being told. Each and every story line gave me a feeling of warmth. The insperation of the complete book said much about Jim's faith with God. You did a wonderful job of telling each and every story and I look forward to more literary work out of Jim Threlkeld.
God Bless,
Mrs. Thigger
Nuadabandis
I am amazed at the cleverness of this author. He begins his book of short stories with unique, humorous tales of fiction set in an imaginary town. The reader becomes interested in the solving of issues in the town and gets to know characters, particularly the wise, likable main character, Sam, who is the storyteller. After these entertaining, stories, the author switches his writings to serious inspiring events (based on actual happenings) that touch the heart.I highly recommend this unique journey through Smythe, Arkansas as a enjoyable and meaningful read!

K. Losurdo
Grayson, Ga.
Budar
Mr. Threlkeld has written a simple book that is very thought provoking.
if you live in a small town or not. His conservative way of life depicted in the fictional Smytyhe,AK. is still alive and well. There is still the silent majority,we go to work, believe in God and respect our neighbors.
Maybe the problem is we have become too silent. It is great to read a book about ourselves. An inspiration to people who know they are doing the right
thing.

Sheila Flannery
Gralmeena
I gave this book to several friends for Christmas. They loved it. It is an easy read that leaves you with a strong message of hope, family, faith and friendship. You become totally engaged with Sam and his friends as they take you to places and events you long to hold close to your heart. I look forward to more of Sam's life-changing stories.
Nakora
What a pleasure to read! In Part I, I felt as though I had been personally involved in, close to, or knew some one that had been involved in every issue described in each story - great humor! Part II was very inspirational and gave me pause as I read each story. I highly recommend this book to everyone.
Soustil
I loved how the first half of the book was funny and the second half inspirational. All of the emotions were touched on in this book. Each short story had meaning and depth. I was actually sad when I finished the last story. Maybe the author will write more stories about Sam for his fans!