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A Mormon on the Road to Emmaus

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A Mormon on the Road to Emmaus by Paul Cramer
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What would Jesus have said had He met a Mormon on the Road to Emmaus? On the third day after the crucifixion, nearly two thousand years ago, two disciples met Jesus on the Road to Emmaus. Their story recorded in the 24th chapter of Luke explains how these two professed followers of Jesus had their eyes opened to the truth. I met Jesus on this same road. Jesus opened my eyes to all the things that I had believed as a Mormon. Jesus walked me through seven miles of scriptures beginning at Moses and all the prophets. Walk with Jesus down the Road to Emmaus and let Jesus open your eyes to the truth regarding 'Families are Forever, ' the three heavens, who is God, who is Lucifer, and who is man. Discover the truth behind the old covenant, the law, and the new covenant, grace. Let Jesus reveal the triune nature of God as well as the truth regarding Priesthood. Paul Cramer was born into the Mormon faith. Look anywhere on his family tree and you'll see Mormons. He was sealed to his wife, Christine, in the Los Angeles temple in November of 1992. Shortly thereafter he and his family moved from California to the capital of Mormonism, Salt Lake City. Within six months of his arrival, he would start the journey that would lead to him leaving the faith of his fathers and lead to a divine encounter with Jesus Christ. Since receiving Jesus as his Lord in October 2005 Paul has studied under some of the great Bible teachers of this generation such as, John Bevere, Perry Stone, T.D. Jakes, Beth Moore, Kay Arthur, as well as the greatest teacher from any generation, Rabbi Jesus. He currently teaches Sunday school as well as sings in the choir at Mountain View Christian Assembly in Sandy, Utah.
Release date Australia
February 28th, 2008
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Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
Xulon Press
Pages
260
Dimensions
216x140x15
ISBN-13
9781604776867
Product ID
2407704

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