Holy Christ Revealed: The True Life of Jesuson
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BeschreibungHoly Christ Revealed: The True Life of Jesus is a complete and accurate record of the words and deeds of Jesus the Christ. It includes intimate details surrounding his birth, early childhood, teen years and spiritual mission. In this phenomenal book, you will read about the monks, wise men, masters and prophets that Jesus visited with during his journeys through India, Tibet, Persia, Greece and Egypt prior to embarking on his Christine ministry. New parables, healings, immortal wisdom and miraculous feats not recorded in the New Testament are all documented in this amazing book. From the birth of Mother Mary to the trial, crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus, your heart will open and spirit quicken as the Holy Christ is revealed.
InhaltsverzeichnisBirth and Early Life of Mary, Mother of Jesus; Birth and Infancy of John the Harbinger, and of Jesus; Education of Mary and Elizabeth in Zoan; Childhood and Early Education of John, the Harbinger; Childhood and Early Education of Jesus; Life and Works of Jesus in India; Life and Works of Jesus in Tibet and Western India; Life and Works of Jesus in Persia; Life and Works of Jesus in Assyria; Life and Works of Jesus in Greece; Life and Works of Jesus in Egypt; The Council of the Seven Ages of World; The Ministry of John, the Harbinger; The Christine Ministry of Jesus -- Introductory Epoch; The First Annual Epoch of the Christine Ministry of Jesus; The Second Annual Epoch of the Christine Ministry of Jesus; The Third Annual Epoch of the Christine Ministry of Jesus; The Betrayal and Arrest of Jesus; The Trial and Execution of Jesus; Materialisation of the Spiritual Body of Jesus; Establishment of the Christine Church.
PortraitLevi H Dowling
Pressestimmen"All my life was one great drama, a pattern for the sons of men. I lived to show the possibilities of man. What I have done all men can do, and what I am all men shall be."
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: NEW ATLANTEAN PR
Erscheinungsdatum: Juni 2004
Seitenanzahl: 191 Seiten