Woman at the Well and the Ten Lepers [NOOK Book]

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Read the dramitazed version of two of the Gospel's mightiest miracles . Only here may anyone read about such: But Jesus knew no fears, as He swiftly brought forth many tears of relife from multitudes, due to their infections being instantly wiped away. Then after their medical damnation was cursed to it's roots, such was immediately sent back unto Hell from whence it came.

And all those experiencing His touch received a spring of knowledge ...
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Woman at the Well and the Ten Lepers

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Overview

Read the dramitazed version of two of the Gospel's mightiest miracles . Only here may anyone read about such: But Jesus knew no fears, as He swiftly brought forth many tears of relife from multitudes, due to their infections being instantly wiped away. Then after their medical damnation was cursed to it's roots, such was immediately sent back unto Hell from whence it came.

And all those experiencing His touch received a spring of knowledge welling up within them as they became fountains of God's power; For Jesus poured out His living waters unto all who reached out to Him; Nor was He ever slow to bring such troubled souls a flood of love along with His all-embracing wisdom like the splendor of Eternal Light.

But since the delights of His healing touch is infinite and humanity is not, Man cannot even begin to contain them within their minds; even as a little earthen jar cannot contain the sea.

And just as a mountain of gold and pearls is more precious than a shadow of an ant, even so are the delights that come forth from restored health; For such freedom from disease is much more precious than all of the delights of luxury that have ever belonged to all of the most noble kings of our world.

'Twas a time of hope for those nine Jews and their Sameritan friend. 'Twas also a fact that Jews normally didn't associate with Samaritans, but their common affliction was more than enough to help them all to overcome any religious prejudices.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781468942736
  • Publisher: Booktango
  • Publication date: 1/13/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 51 KB

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