Christ's Early Days

Christ's Early Days

by Daniel F. Owsley
     
 
Get a good sense of Christ's time: Unfortunately, before the world's good news could ever be made manifest it was still the violent age of Rome's Caesar. For years earlier it became an awful time of murder unleashed as it became the horrific season when the Imperial Roman armies swept into Israel like a terrifying scourge of some very hungry locusts; Neither could

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Get a good sense of Christ's time: Unfortunately, before the world's good news could ever be made manifest it was still the violent age of Rome's Caesar. For years earlier it became an awful time of murder unleashed as it became the horrific season when the Imperial Roman armies swept into Israel like a terrifying scourge of some very hungry locusts; Neither could anything stop them from devouring everything in their destructive path. For they had some pretty huge fangs, long spears, and double edged swords, dull enough to cut someone's soul assunder from their spirit and sharp enough to split any slow hare clean in two. 2 And as those power driven legions invaded, carrying their emblems of a screaming eagle with claws bared, they poured in through the north east and totally ravaged the kingdom of Judea within but a few days. 3 Then those haughty warmongers crushed, killed and destroyed anyone or anything that stood in their way of making everyone in Canaan to get down onto their knees. 4 For it was well known that those bloodthirsty warriors were real experts at showering the dust of some gory battles with an awful shower of oozing blood. And it soon came about that their general Pompeii even had his way within the most holy place in that Jewish nation by entering into the Hebrew temple's holy of holies, only to desecrate it with the wasted blood of some priests. 5 But instead of finding gold as he expected, Pompeii only found a scroll, handed down to the Israelites from Moses the prophet many centuries earlier. So that angry commander then whipped his men up into a feeding frenzy that was fated to last for more than 50 years after his invasion. 6 Thus, the history of Judea could easily be read by the light of many burning villages as thousands of souls quickly discovered the cruel and unusual slaughter of Roman justice which included the cruelty of crucifixions.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781468942781
Publisher:
Booktango
Publication date:
01/13/2014
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
58 KB

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