I Left Church To Find God

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I left church to find God. I had to!

Signs, wonders and miracles are what Jesus said would be seen by his followers. Throughout all my life attending church I never saw any of this happen! When I stopped going to church I questioned everything. I refused to accept any long winded explanations that ended up with no examples of what the disciples of the early church did.

Satanists hate for Jesus was one of the ...

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Overview

I left church to find God. I had to!

Signs, wonders and miracles are what Jesus said would be seen by his followers. Throughout all my life attending church I never saw any of this happen! When I stopped going to church I questioned everything. I refused to accept any long winded explanations that ended up with no examples of what the disciples of the early church did.

Satanists hate for Jesus was one of the ways I learnt that there was something more powerful about Christ and his followers than I previously realised.

This book talks about subjects some people may be too afraid to discus. You will read about demons, forgiveness, praying for unsaved people, Satans Prosperity Preachers, the hijacking of the word "offering", aliens, vision of Nazi-run churches and other topics that will open your mind to a new way of thinking.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781493775972
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 11/15/2013
  • Pages: 72
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.15 (d)

Meet the Author

In an unexplained world, we find answers we need to give us inner peace" - Peter Hutchinson.

Peter Hutchinson is the author of "I Left Church To Find God" and "Revealed At Last." He began writing pamphlets in the late 1990s.
During that time he searched to find out the truth in religions. He then turned his focus on the words written in the Bible. One day he said "God if you really exist you teach me." He did not attend churches after that time.
Peter needed answers to events in his life. One was "Why did my 4 sisters and brother die in a house fire?" And "Why did my other sister die in a car crash?"
As he began his journey trying to prove that God did not exist, Peter found that God provided situations to prove to him that not only did God exist, but He has angels walking about on earth helping people out.
In his book "Revealed At Last" he shares some things that were revealed to him. Through extreme spiritual suffering and trauma he got to understand life in a way that can benefit others.

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