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"Some rise by sin and some by virtue fall."
William Rybolt masterfully portrays real life events through carefully sculpted word pictures in this one of several of his writings. Having personally lived through the "Stonewalled" experience. "Stonewalled" makes a statement all it's own about the author, a man of faith, whom you shall remember long after you have read this stirring account. Reared by a father whose word was his bond, then pursuing those same virtues for himself at great personal cost, caused the author to weave powerful thought through out these pages, thought which says, "some rise by sin and some by virtue fall". Though in part an autobiographical sketch, "Stonewalled" is a faith based and true story of an astonishing journey through a political and bureaucratic mine field, that would exact payment of a rare and uncommon price. "Stonewalled" is a chronicle of subterfuge and betrayal, from the most intimate circles of his life to the congressional hearing rooms of Washington D.C., that would rain terror and strike fear into his very mind and soul. Such fear was exacerbated by F.B.I. Agents who warned him what to do when danger became imminent. This is a factual and daunting account of corruption that would attempt to muzzle and silence one who chose to stand and be counted for truth. Such a pursuit would bring with it an inescapable and high cost. Facing a bureaucracy that would ultimately strip him of everything, he would learn that the God of his gain desired more so to be the Lord in his loss. This writing exposes great deception, graft, greed, threats, cover-up and is a visual record of mystery, mayhem and murder, humor and hurt, profundity, poetry and pain, quandary, quip and quotes, but ultimately measureless mercy, grace and Divine favor.