- Miracles in Celtic History
Three books in one, describing the miracles in Celtic history.
- “Irish Slaves in America” – Most people in America are ignorant of the huge indignity and cruel treatment of the Irish Catholics. Why is it so hidden? Why isn’t it taught in schools as many Americans are from these very immigrant people who were forced to come to the U.S. as slaves and many died in the process? Over 800,000 men, women and children, were sold as slaves.
- “Bangor-Light of the World” – Much of our present day 24 hour IHOP have been patterned on this history of Bangor. This account is a brief history of the Bangor Monastery. The monastery had around 250 years of non stop prayer and praise. The High Choir was famous all over the world. Many people were sent out from there to take the Gospel into Europe How did it start? Why did it stop? What happened in between?
- “Child Prophets of the Huguenots”
First published in London in 1707, this book is a collection of testimonies about the “small prophets of the Cévennes”, these young boys and girls, sometimes infants who called the Protestant people to repentance and later on to resistance. This book highlights a little known prophetic movement, which took place between 1688 and 1702 in the South of France (Drôme, Vivarais, Cévennes and Bas Languedoc). These witnesses, who were also fighters, affirm their unwavering convictions and tell how they became prophetic, and how their prophetic gift led them to take arms to fight for their freedom of conscience. Many of them went into exile in England, Switzerland, Holland and Germany.
Authors: Created by Kathie Walters
This book has 126 pages