JESUS OF NAZARETH'S STORY TOLD BY HIS DAUGHTER...
Was Jesus of Nazareth the Messiah promised to the Jews in the Scriptures?
How did he prepare in his youth to carry out his mission?
Was Mariam of Magdala much more than a disciple for him?
Did he survive the crucifixion to continue his mission in other lands?
What will happen to his followers, his message and his descendants?
In this inspiring story Sara, the daughter of Jeshua and Mariam whose references can be found in France, in the South of Provence, reveals her identity and traces back the deeds of her parents and their friends and disciples, while she conveys the fundamentals of the teachings that her father came to remember men, and that are now more than ever amazingly on date.
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About the Author
Having been born in a small town by the Iberian Mountains in Spain and immigrated to France at the age of ten, she lived her teenager hood between Languedoc and Provence.
After receiving a degree in Engineering in the city of Lyon, she moved to work in Paris. She, then, moved to live in Venezuela. Ten years later, she went back to Paris trying to make her life have sense.
One day, upon Christmas Eve, she decided to write a letter to 'baby Jesus' in which she told him her priorities in life: spiritual, affective and socio-economical issues.
Months later, she went back to Venezuela and committed to follow a spiritual path that would change her life forever. She realized that God is, at the same time, mightier and closer to human beings than it could be imagined; that the universe was created and is held up by the law of love, that we are never alone and that our main goal in life is to be happy.
However, some events that she experienced at different stages of her life, which apparently did not have connection with each other, began to make sense and originated this story in memory of the greatest expression of love that could have existed in this world represented through Jeshua arrival and as a message of love, faith and hope.