The Holy Way by Cathryn Lucille Easley

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In 1985, author Cathryn Lucille Easley experienced the anointing of the sick, laying on of hands by a ordained priest, Father Al Dawe. Then the priest said we are going to meditate. Through meditation the Mediator Jesus Christ revealed Himself and her future through a vision, years later edified by a dream from God the Father, who also reveals Himself. This book also contains pictures of people that live in heaven on earth. What she heard shocked her. Easley had been living a life of sin and had spent
time in jail for her transgressions. She began reading the Bible, and her life began to turn around.

In The Holy Way, Easley narrates her profound conversion, which includes a vision from Jesus Christ and a dream from God the Father. Citing an array of scriptural examples, Easley covers a wide variety of topics related to spiritual life: purgatory, prayer, the Virgin Mary, the Holy Spirit, crucifixion, forgiveness, the sacraments, and creation. She includes a thorough discussion of the idea of heaven on earth and the second coming of Jesus Christ.

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Published April 13, 2011 by Trafford. 216 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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