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The Refugee from Heaven is an account of the life of Jesus as presented to Cora Evans, a modern day mystic and stigmatic. While in deep states of ecstasy, Cora witnessed and recorded Jesus' life in minute detail. Underlying these accounts of events and interactions is Jesus' powerful message of hope and love. With the publication of this book, Cora Evans, wife, mother, and by all other accounts, a most ordinary person, may come to be understood as one of the most important and powerful mystice of our time.
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"God is good to allow us to live in this age when time permits and education allows thinking and discussion. We must learn from it." (Cora Evans)About the Author:
Cora Louisa Jorgasen was born in Utah on July 4, 1904, and was raised in a staunch Morman family and thoroughly immersed in the Mormon culture. Her paternal grandfather was Bishop James Jorgasen, a Mormon polygamist who had eight wives and twenty-one children. Cora's father was a son of the eighth wife. Her father died when she was six.
Her mother remarried and they moved to Ogden, Utah. Cora was a sickly child who suffered from symptoms that were diagnosed at various times as polio, rheumatic fever, spinal arthritis and unspecified heart ailments. She missed a great deal of school and told a friend that she had only the equivalent of a sixth grade education.
Cora married Mack Evans in June 1924 in the Mormon Temple. She had three childred, a son who died in infancy and two daughters who reside in California and Washington.
Cora died in 1957 from cancer. In her last months, she was attended to by her friends Virgil and Mary Fortin, a Medical Doctor and Registered Nurse.
Cora Evans was a wife, mother and dear friend to many who seek the truth.
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Book Description Kallima Publishing, Inc., 1994. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0964032309