Hidden Portals

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Xulon Press, 2008 - Religion - 160 pages
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This fictional story of a young teen named Selima communicates to the reader the account of her fascinating journey into the realm of the paranormal. Selima, who is joined by her brother Jason, and her very close friend Zo, encounters many extraordinary and unusual "portals" or "windows" into exciting spiritual and angelic phenomenon. Selima's desire is to encourage the reader to enter these portals with her on this journey of discovery. Today's world is filled with supernatural media of various types but this book depicts a side to the supernatural that is not often portrayed. It is the author's intent to introduce this unique side to the paranormal and draw the reader into new dynamic supernatural avenues of reality not yet realized. This will open up possibilities that can make life so exciting and mysterious that the readers will never want to return to their former ways again! "This book is a great adventure for hungry hearts. While reading, I almost felt like I was there. The experiences described in the book are depictions of real spiritual occurrences which each of us should desire to have. The descriptions elevate one's expectancy of the wonders of God among us. Perhaps they will aid the faith of the readers to enter the very presence of God." - Dr. Greg Romine, President, Romine Ministries, Vancouver, WA, USA Jeanne Dann has ministered in music and the Word for many different ministries in the greater Seattle/Tacoma area over the past twenty years. She served as a lay pastor for a local convalescent home and guest minister for several others. She has experienced many profound supernatural miracles, signs and wonders of which she has drawn upon to write this book. Jeanne and her husband reside in the Pacific Northwest along with their four children.

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Chapter Title Page Preface
First of All
Destiny Discovered
Encoded Language
First Portal
Such a Happy Day
That Wasnt Me
An Absolute Miracle
Night of Wonders
Projecting Power
So Amazing
Hidden Ones
Supernaturally Transformed
Out of Nowhere

Returning to the Present

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