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Child Shall Lead Them Stories of Transformed Young Lives in Medjugorje

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ISBN-10: 1557254540

ISBN-13: 9781557254542

Edition: 2005

Authors: Wayne Weible

List price: $14.95
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Wayne Weible, who first delighted readers with his candid and journalistic accounts of the apparitions in Medjugorje: The Message (more than 650,000 sold) and Medjugorje: The Mission (more than 120,000 sold), returns with his most gripping, and most personal, book yet. A Child Shall Lead Them is a collection of such stories and anecdotes from Medjugorje. They cover a full range of emotions, trials and miracles; from heartbreak to intense happiness. In all of them is solid proof of what happens when a heart is converted to that of a child: a return to innocence, and an openness and receptivity to faith. Each chapter ends with a monthly message given by the Blessed Virgin Mary at Medjugorje.
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Book details

List price: $14.95
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Paraclete Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 10/1/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 164
Size: 5.37" wide x 8.00" long x 0.56" tall
Weight: 0.506
Language: English

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