Hidden Order (Scot Harvath, Book 12) by Brad Thor

By Brad Thor

The such a lot secretive association in the USA operates with none responsibility to the yankee humans. Hiding within the shadows, pretending to be a part of the USA govt, its energy is past measure.

Control of this association has simply been misplaced and the way forward for the country thrust into peril.

When the 5 applicants being thought of to move this mysterious supplier unexpectedly cross lacking, covert counter-terrorism operative Scot Harvath is summoned to Washington and set free at the most deadly chase ever to play out on American soil.

But because the applicants start turning up murdered, the chase turns into an all-too-public spectacle, with each indicator suggesting that the plot has its roots in a shadowy American cabal based within the 1700s.

With the USA at the brink, Harvath needs to untangle an online of conspiracy centuries within the making and head off the best possibility the US has ever obvious.

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For Yahweh knows the way of the righteous, but the way of the wicked is doomed. 6a b 1 T h e poet's moral preferences are made clear by the fact that he grants the short middle strophe to the righteous, and honors h i m by speaking figuratively. T h e long strophes flanking the center, h o w ­ ever, show a remarkable reciprocity: the first strophe "defines" the righteous by contrasting h i m with the wicked, and the opposite happens in the third strophe. This is a balance of mutual exclusion. W i t h this symmetry the composition as a whole reveals that the g o o d / b a d antithesis has a basis: one solid set of values that is firmly oriented toward the "law" (torah, strictly speaking "teaching") of God.

T h e i r themes are c o m p l e m e n t a r y : Psalm 111 praises G o d s uprightness, and Psalm 112 mirrors this by placing t h e u p r i g h t m a n alongside it. B o t h p o e m s e n d w i t h a double t r i colon as t h e final strophe, and they are so perfectly t w i n n e d that they have exactly t h e same length: b o t h have 168 syllables in t w e n t y - t w o cola. T h e poems in Lamentations have b e e n constructed in such a way that the letter from the alphabet at the top (Greek aero-) of the strophe always opens an L-strophe in chs.

This highly remarkable finding can b e explained only by assuming that the poets themselves c o u n t e d syllables. As w e have seen, a simple example is Psalm 1, w i t h 144 syllables in sixteen cola; the average (number of syllables per colon) here is the integer 9, instead of the fraction that w o u l d b e likely to occur had the poets failed to count their syllables and left their n u m b e r s to chance. 63, the fraction that 10 48 Reading Biblical Poetry applies to Psalms 111 and 112. T h e 9 that w e have just discovered to b e the n o r m in Psalm 1 is at the same time a signal for the c o m ­ plete Psalter.

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