Item description for In Christ There Is Life After Death by John Hall...
God has allowed me to go through a multitude of tests, to empower me to be the man that he created me to be. We come to know God when it is on an intimate level. As I went through, I experienced the love of God at a place where only He could reach me. When God allows us to go through, he brings you out for his glory. As you take a six-week journey in the life of John Hall, open up your mind to see and feel my pain and share in my tears. Where there is pain, fear, and death, Godas presence will give life and restoration. As you read this testimony, you will notice God will allow me to go through so when He delivers me there will be no doubt God saved me. God saved me, so through my life I can give life through Him. Fall in love with God, because God is in love with you. Imagine the depression, pain, shame, pressure, and smell of death, as well as the visible and invisible wounds he suffered. Seeing death, God mentally and physically touched him and saved his life. Watch as God takes him back to the edge of the fire to strengthen him. Then read about his fight for life. After true repentance, a whole new world was given to him. John 14: 6: aJesus said unto them, I am the way, the truth, and the life; no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.a
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.98" Width: 9.02" Height: 0.13" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date Mar 5, 2007
ISBN 1424100844 ISBN13 9781424100842
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More About John Hall
A former chapter president of the Long Island Pagans, John Hall has done time in the state pen, as well as Penn State, where he taught history, American studies, rhetoric, and mathematics. He also worked as bouncer, bartender, bookmaker, stonemason, professional gambler, law clerk, and freelance journalist. He has written over 400 syndicated opinion columns, which have appeared in over a dozen newspapers, including the "Houston Post" and "Pittsburgh Post-Gazette," He has raised seven children, half the time as a single parent. He currently lives in a 127-year-old dilapidated farmhouse in the Appalachian Mountains, where he seeks what George Jean Nathan once described as the three essentials of life: reasonable well prepared food, a moderately alcoholic diet, and the amiable company of amiable women.