Near to God

9 True Stories of a Wonderful Discovery

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Weight 0.06 kg
Dimensions 18.4 × 12.4 × 0.05 cm
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Booklet

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Booklet

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9781800402225

short-isbn

2225

page-count

64

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Booklets/Tracts

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December 2021

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Book Description

This booklet tells the true stories of nine priests who have made the discovery that the way to God is now open. When Jesus Christ died on the cross, the ceremonial curtain in the nearby temple, which symbolically separated the people from God, was torn in two from top to bottom. Now all people can have access to God by grace alone, through faith alone, and in Christ alone. The priests who share their stories in these pages all came to understand this for themselves — and so too can you!

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