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Chronicles of Marcus the Son of Simon Peter

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The Chronicles of Marcus the Son of Simon Peter by Paul B. Dyal
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Follow the exciting, moving tale of Marcus, Son of Peter the Apostle. He escapes slavery only to find himself at odds with the Romans and zealots. He then meets the person who shows him the pathway to Christ, and he becomes involved with the founding apostles. In his struggle to find faith he flees with his family and Joseph of Arimathaea to the Isle of Britannia, to escape the wrath of Judaism against the Christians. A book set in the time of Christ. It speaks of a young man's struggle to find his way in tumultuous time. He is influenced by the forces of that time; zealot, Christianity, and the struggle for shear survival. He feels God calling him but tries to turn his back, to go on his own way. Instead he finds himself in slavery, being beaten by his masters, hungry, destitute. Then he meets someone that changes the direction of his life. She goes on to become his wife and influences his decision to turn to the Lord. He becomes involved in the church and meets many of the early apostles, and then the persecution of the church begins. He finds himself fleeing before a man sworn to kill the Christians, Saul of Tarsus. He and his companions, including Joseph of Arimathaea, begin a long journey looking for a place to share the great glorious gospel of Christ to others. Paul Dyal entered the ministry at age twenty-eight; and has pastored the same church for the past thirty-years. He has two sons and four grandchildren whom he dearly loves. He currently resides in Jacksonville, FL and has been happily married to his wife, Catherine, for forty-one years.
Release date Australia
April 1st, 2007
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Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
Xulon Press
Pages
364
Dimensions
152x229x21
ISBN-13
9781602664302
Product ID
1933923

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