Women & Men Who Knew the Mortal Messiah (Two books ... One Story) [NOOK Book]



Two popular books are now available in one volume.

Would a glimpse into Christ's eyes change your life forever?

Women & Men Who Knew the Mortal Messiah shares stories of twenty-four New Testament women and men who did look into ...
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Women & Men Who Knew the Mortal Messiah (Two books ... One Story)

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Two popular books are now available in one volume.

Would a glimpse into Christ's eyes change your life forever?

Women & Men Who Knew the Mortal Messiah shares stories of twenty-four New Testament women and men who did look into Christ's eyes--and their lives were forever changed. Their stories are presented in chronological order, so the entire book, is a picture of Christ's life and earthly ministry, from beginning to end, as seen through the eyes of these women and men.

Heather Horrocks brings these New Testament men and women to life, as they walk beside Jesus, listen to His words, leave their nets to become fishers of men, drop their burdens of sin and sickness at His feet.

Elisabeth, the mother of John the Baptist.
Christ's Mother, Mary.
Anna, prophetess at the temple.
A wise man.
Joseph, the husband of Mary.
A seller of doves in the temple.
The Samaritan woman at Jacob's Well.
A man sick with the palsy.
The widow whose only son is raised from the dead.
The woman who washes Christ's feet with her tears.
The man possessed by Legion.
The woman who touches Christ's hem and is healed.
Peter walks upon the water.
The Gentile woman with great faith.
A father whose faith falters.
The adulteress caught in the very act.
A blind man is healed on the Sabbath.
A leper is made whole.
Judas Iscariot betrays the Savior with a kiss.
Pilate's wife.
The thief on the cross believes.
Mary Magdalene at the tomb.
The risen Christ speaks with Simon Peter.
John watches Christ’s Ascension into heaven.

Imagine the love they must have seen. When the Messiah laid His hands upon their heads and blessed them, what great power and love did they feel emanating from Him? When the Savior forgave them of their sins and healed them, body and soul, imagine the power that must have surged through them. Is is hard to imagine what they must have felt just standing in His presence, one of the crowd.

We may know others by their fruits. Christ’s ministry and Atonement has brought about the greatest and sweetest harvest ever. His followers and apostles also bore fruit of sweetness and light.

These women and men did not have to imagine. They knew. As long as there is a Savior, there is hope.

Approximately 150 pages

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Women & Men Who Knew the Mortal Messiah
WomenWho Knew the Mortal Messiah
Men Who Knew the Mortal Messiah

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013202405
  • Publisher: Word Garden Press
  • Publication date: 8/11/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 708,385
  • File size: 685 KB

Meet the Author

Heather Horrocks lived overseas for her first seventeen years, waterskied through an oil slick in the Persian Gulf, partied with a Kuwaiti princess classmate, hid under the bed with her mother during a South American coup, flew in and out of the blacked-out Cairo airport mere moments before it was bombed during the Six Day War, and crossed the finish line first at Utah’s Miller Motorsports Park.

She’s written inspirational books (Women Who Knew the Mortal Messiah and Men Who Knew The Mortal Messiah), two mystery series (The Bad Mothers Club and WhoDunHim Inn), and the Chick Flick Clique romantic comedy series. She loves clever titles and beginnings that invite a reader in to sit a spell.

She lives with her husband Mark and dog Gus (who has his own blog at her website www.BooksByHeatherHorrocks.com).
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 5, 2012

    Great stories from the Bible!

    I love both these books and am thrilled that they’re available for my kindle in a combination.

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