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The Gospel of Jesus Christus According to Patience Worth

by Patience Worth
Publisher: Lulu.com
Release Date: 2007-06
Genre: Religion
Pages: 176 pages
ISBN 13: 0877882487
ISBN 10: 9780877882480
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Synopsis : The Gospel of Jesus Christus According to Patience Worth written by Patience Worth, published by Lulu.com which was released on 2007-06. Download The Gospel of Jesus Christus According to Patience Worth Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. "The Sorry Tale" contains an elegant and exquisite depiction of the gospel of Jesus Christ that has been extracted and presented here in this book, "The Gospel of Jesus Christus According to Patience Worth. -- In June 1917, Henry Holt and Company published a book over 600 pages long entitled: "The Sorry Tale: A Story of the Time of Christ." Critics hailed it as a literary masterpiece. What makes it more amazing is this book was dictated a letter at a time by Patience Worth, a disembodied spirit, through the mediumship of Pearl Curran. "The Sorry Tale" contains an elegant and exquisite depiction of the gospel of Jesus Christ that has been extracted and presented here in this book, "The Gospel of Jesus Christus According to Patience Worth." This gospel provides novel insights into the life and lessons of Jesus. It reads like an eyewitness account and includes many fascinating intimate details. This unique document is for open-minded individuals who can recognize the Word of God, regardless of the channel through which it flows. In each generation, God provides us with an opportunity to cast off the past and hear His Word anew. This gospel is just such an opportunity.

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In June 1917, Henry Holt and Company published a book over 600 pages long entitled: "The Sorry Tale: A Story of the Time of Christ." Critics hailed it as a literary masterpiece. What makes it more amazing is this book was dictated a letter at a time by Patience Worth, a disembodied spirit, through the mediumship of Pearl Curran. "The Sorry Tale" contains an elegant and exquisite depiction of the gospel of Jesus Christ that has been extracted and presented here in this book, "The Gospel of Jesus Christus According to Patience Worth." This gospel provides novel insights into the life and lessons of Jesus. It reads like an eyewitness account and includes many fascinating intimate details. This unique document is for open-minded individuals who can recognize the Word of God, regardless of the channel through which it flows. In each generation, God provides us with an opportunity to cast off the past and hear His Word anew. This gospel is just such an opportunity.
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