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Psalms of the Prophets is greatly influenced by my many meetings and discussions with clergy, monks, academicians of literary note and lay persons of high intellectual wealth and depth. Its written intent is to pierce into the pure waters of the Olde Testament, the substance of which is layered with the timeless wisdom and knowledge of the Prophets, who were not ordinary in any sense of the word. They lived and breathed the Living Word of God; and their prophetic vision is still alive with vitality in today’s times. Its literary style is in prose and poetics to preserve the melodic richness of the Judaic linguistics and language. I am very fortunate in a very small way, to impart and deliver what my heart received during the candlelight reading of this most ancient text. The hands that wrote the words were not my own, the mind that found the embroidery of expression was not my own and the idea that initiated this literary piece was not of my own issuance. It all belonged to God; to which I owe my spiritual mission and my life source.

May the Blessings Be,

Michael Edward Owens

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Michael Edward Owens
srimichael

Michael Owens is a spiritual teacher and a guide to thousands of followers throughout the world. He is the founder and the head of The Way of Truth, a 21st Century spiritual teaching which stresses the ultimate oneness of all religions. Mr. Owens is dedicated to helping students experience this oneness by reaching Self and God realization in this lifetime.

Fecha de publicación  12 de octubre de 2013

Dimensiones  Comercial  198 páginas   Impresión en blanco y negro (en papel no estucado crema)

Categoría  Fe y religión

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