When the children of Israel were miraculously led out of Egypt by a Faithful God, He commanded them to build memorials unto Him at various stages of their journey. These personal testimonies are a memorial of how God has intervened in the life of His handmaiden to show forth His faithfulness. The resulting tapestry is a tribute to the beauty that He can create out of seemingly discarded pieces of a life surrendered to God. What He has done for me He will do for you, if you only believe!
Isaac Lewis was a much loved pastor of 'Providence' Strict Baptist Chapel in Staplehurst, Kent for 21 years until his death in 1896. This 'Memorial' was first published by Benjamin Wickens in November 1896 and was available in both paperback and hardback versions. It contains an autobiography, originally published in the 'Christian's Monthly Record' during Mr Lewis' lifetime, as well as poems, funeral sermons, some of Mr Lewis' letters and other information. Mr Lewis' autobiography has been reprinted in the 'Gospel Standard' and elsewhere under the title "Through Many Dangers". This book has been reprinted from a paperback original with a few notes added to provide context or additional background information in some places. Please note that the Preview can take a while to show after the Preview window opens.
This is a story of what could have happend to the 39 members of Heaven's Gate shortly after exiting their earthly vehicles and bording a spacecraft cloaked inside the tail of the Hale-Bopp comet. As they awaken from transport sleep, Ti welcomes them aboard the Comet-craft Hale-Bopp. Confusion, awe, and wonder await the crew members as they travel throughout the galaxies on their journey to Planet Heaven and beyond. My story is a combination of different subjects: personal, Biblical, fact, and science fiction. A written memorial for the people of Heaven's Gate who gave up their lives for what they believed. Before you judge them, look inside your own heart and ask yourself this question: What would you be willing to die for - religion, freedom, country, honor or perhaps something else?
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