These are the w revealed records of the complete account of Jesus from birth through year twenty. Learn the inside story of his parents, Gabriel's visit to Mary, and the science behind the Star of Bethlehem. Re-live the stealth escape to Egypt after Herod issued orders to kill all males two years and under. What kind of home did he live in? How big was it? Where? How many brothers and sisters did he have? What were their names? Feel the struggles of Jesus when he assumed the father role of the family after Joseph's death, and how he had to sell his beloved Harp to offset expenses. Learn about Rebecca, the wealthy merchant's daughter who wanted to marry Jesus and how he tactfully but painfully declined t only the union but the financial support that her father would have provided to them and his family. Book 1 of a 12 part series taken from The Life and Teachings of Jesus you will be hooked from page one and want to learn more of these incredible insights into the 'real' life of Jesus on earth. Click Look Inside the book to read the entire Table of Contents. Collect all 12 series or opt to get the complete volume and save 50%. If t completely in awe of what you read or if unsatisfied for any reason simply return for a complete refund. We guarantee it will change your view of Jesus' life on earth and perhaps even your own!
If not satisfied for any reason let us know for a full refund! Keep the book or give it away. Peace to you and enjoy! The Birth and Childhood of Jesus through His 20th year This is the fullest account of Jesus (Joshua ben Joseph) from his birth on August 21, 7 B.C. through his twentieth year. It chronicles the events of his birth, his youth, the acts of Herod, the death of his father, and his teenage years struggling to support his family. In striking detail his home life as a youth and the challenges he and his family face day to day come alive. All that night Mary was restless so that neither of them slept much. By the break of day the pangs of childbirth were well in evidence, and at noon, August 21, 7 B.C., with the help and kind ministrations of women fellow travelers, Mary was delivered of a male child. Jesus of Nazareth was born into the world, was wrapped in the clothes which Mary had brought along for such a possible contingency, and laid in a near-by manger. These wise men saw no star to guide them to Bethlehem. The beautiful legend of the star of Bethlehem originated in this way: Jesus was born August 21 at noon, 7 B.C. On May 29, 7 B.C., there occurred an extraordinary conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn in the constellation of Pisces. And it is a remarkable astronomic fact that similar conjunctions occurred on September 29 and December 5 of the same year. Upon the basis of these extraordinary but wholly natural events the well-meaning zealots of the succeeding generation constructed the appealing legend of the star of Bethlehem and the adoring Magi led thereby to the manger, where they beheld and worshiped the newborn babe. Oriental and near-Oriental minds delight in fairy stories, and they are continually spinning such beautiful myths about the lives of their religious leaders and political heroes. In the absence of printing, when most human knowledge was passed by word of mouth from one generation to another, it was very easy for myths to become traditions and for traditions eventually to become accepted as facts.