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And Jesus Said: A Conversation

A Collection of Channeled Sessions and Insight into His Last Incarnation

By: Henry Michaelson

Price: CAD $19.99


Imprint: Ozark Mountain Publishing, Inc.

136 Pages

8.39 X 6.77 X 3.86 ins

ISBN:  9781886940314 -- Paperback

Publication Date: 01/23/2012

This book is a series of question and answer sessions that the author had with the entity who was Jesus of Nazareth in his last incarnation on earth.
Suring one of his daily meditation sessions in the mid-1980s, Henry Michaelson was contacted by Jesus. Jesus asked Henry to participate in the creation of this book.While initially skeptical, as his daily meetings with Jesus continued, he became more enthusiastic both about the project and the message of Jesus for today.
"I still bell like a bystander watching the process. I read the book and marvel at its meaning and content. I ponder the words and greatly admire their implications. I sometimes find the content perplexing - yet there is something mysteriously attractive and comfortable about them."

Henry Michaelson is retired. He holds degrees in biology and theology.

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