The Voice of One Crying in the Wilderness

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AuthorHouse, 2004 - Religion - 108 pages
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THE CRUSADE OF THE CHILDREN is a fictionalized story about a young French shepherd boy who believed he was called by God to preach a crusade of children to free the Holy Land from the Moslems. The fever spread as he preached before thousands of people and he attracted a following of about 30,000 children, many under the age of twelve. This seething mass of children set out for Marseilles where they believed ships would carry them to the Holy Land, which was under control of the Moslems. After many days, many of the children deserted and returned to their homes. However, about five thousand sailed away in ships provided by two unsavory characters. Two ships were wrecked off the island of San Pietro, but the others reached a Mohammedan port and slave market.

 

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Contents

THE DISSERTATION OF JESUS CHRIST
1
TWO TREES STOOD IN THE MIDST OF THE GARDEN OF EDEN
5
GOD DEVISES MEANS FOR MANS RETURN IN THE FIRST COVENANT HE SPOKE THIS CHOICE
9
THE NEW COVENANT
18
CHRIST THE DAYSMAN THE MEDIATOR THE REDEEMER
25
THE WORD WAS MADE FLESH
31
THE WORD WAS MADE FLESH JESUS CHRIST THE EXPRESS IMAGE OF GODS PERSON
36
THE WORD OF GOD IS A GLASS A MIRROR
44
WARNING WARNING WARNING
59
THE APOSTASY
63
THE WILDERNESS
69
A NEW LUMP A NEW CREATURE
82
PRAY FOR ISRAEL
86
THE TWO OLIVE TREES
95
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
101
Back Cover
103

THE FATHER GAVE THE SON EVERYTHING
51
JESUS COMMISSIONED HIS DISCIPLES TO PREACH THE WORD
55

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