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The story of the author's 'near death' experience from throat cancer. He relates many instances of subsequent remarkable happenings and attributes these, and his recovery to the Divine Mercy of Jesus.
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Albert Jessop was born in London on 12th November 1933. The eldest of five children, he was by his own report, a very mischievous child, and one of his early escapades resulted in a lead accumulator falling on his head, and Albert spending 18 months in hospital. The accident caused him to fall behind at school and his parents decided to send him to a private boarding school run by the sisters of the community, at Sambourne, Worcester, where the religious teaching of the Sisters influenced him greatly. On leaving school, he spent two years in the Army, and then 15 years as a Franciscan Brother. He left the Order in 1974 and worked as a maintenance man at the Alexian Brothers Care Centre in Manchester, until he was struck down with cancer of the throat in 1998. He was not expected to live, but made a recovery that he considers miraculous. This left him with a great devotion to the Divine Mercy and works hard to spread the devotion wherever he can. Albert is now retired and has been married to his wife, Margaret, for 25 years
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Book Description Trafford Publishing, 2008. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 82 pages. 8.40x5.40x0.30 inches. This item is printed on demand. Seller Inventory # zk1425141064