Pilgrim's Progress Part One [NOOK Book]

Overview

This is a view from heaven onto the world where the artist was born
and grew up. His country was a very beautiful land with green forests,
crystal clear rivers, and colorful inhabitants. However, the beautiful
atmosphere was spoiled by...
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Pilgrim's Progress Part One

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Overview

This is a view from heaven onto the world where the artist was born
and grew up. His country was a very beautiful land with green forests,
crystal clear rivers, and colorful inhabitants. However, the beautiful
atmosphere was spoiled by internal conflicts among the ruling
government and minority armed groups who sought better autonomy
rights and freedoms.
The artist's cousin was beheaded by a rebel group. A neighbor who
obeyed the government was arrested by armed men and was forced to
carry his bicycle on his back through the mountains for several days.
When he reached their jungle stronghold, he was tortured for nearly
two months.
A Lisu man was tied up in a rice-sack and hung up upside down in a tree
somewhere in the jade-land by soldiers, and they watered him until he
suffocated and died.
A soldier opened fire at a village meeting and killed several Lisu men in
Manhkring village. Scars given by them are uncountable, and every scar
has a sad story to tell.
This illustration depicts a scene of segregation, sufferings, persecutions,
torture, and death in a land where Satan's dominant is real. The armies
who are now enjoying a time of greed do not know that the judgment
is approaching, that God has his axe ready.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781456829605
  • Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
  • Publication date: 2/1/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 32 MB
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