The Forty Days: A Vision of Christ's Lost Weeks

The Forty Days: A Vision of Christ's Lost Weeks

by D. Michael MacKinnon

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The Forty Days: A Vision of Christ's Lost Weeks by D. Michael MacKinnon

A vision of the forty days Jesus walked the earth after the resurrection.

Seventy years after the resurrection of Jesus Christ, in a poor, one room home built from stone, mud, and straw located just outside of Jerusalem, a frail old man tells his granddaughter and her husband of an amazing and miraculous secret. A secret that, because of fear, he kept to himself for decades.
When he was an orphaned nine-year old street urchin on a street in Jerusalem, he had an encounter with a “bloody and beaten” man who was being forced to drag a heavy timber cross for His own crucifixion. The old man tells of what he witnessed first-hand of the lost forty days Jesus walked the earth.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781682610633
Publisher: Post Hill Press
Publication date: 03/15/2016
Pages: 128
Sales rank: 372,978
Product dimensions: 8.20(w) x 11.40(h) x 0.20(d)

About the Author

D. Michael MacKinnon is a former White House and Pentagon official. While at the White House he had the high honor to write for two Presidents. Additionally, he has written for every major paper in the nation as well as appearing on all of the major television and cable networks as a political commentator. He is a bestselling author and novelist. Often homeless as a child, at five years of age a little plastic replica of the Baby Jesus touched him and changed his life forever.

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Anonymous 11 months ago
With so much of the story coming straight out of the Gospel, this is a wonderful allegory of how the Lord works in and through the lives of His Deciples.