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Virgin of Nazareth

Clarence E. Stalcup

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ISBN 10: 1612154182 / ISBN 13: 9781612154183
Published by Xulon Press, 2010
Condition: Good Soft cover
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Title: Virgin of Nazareth

Publisher: Xulon Press

Publication Date: 2010

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Good

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Virgin of Nazareth conversationally describes Jewish and Chaldean wise men's customs and struggles of Mary and Joseph. Doubts of Jesus' Messiahship plagued relatives and others until brutal, illegal trials and his resurrection prove He is not just a great prophet but Christ their Savior. "I have been greatly blessed by reading the Virgin of Nazareth. It means more to me because I have known the author for many years and understand the desire of his heart to magnify the Lord. The reader must understand that this is a novel and not the Word of God. However, much Scripture is utilized in the story and must be recognized as the Word of God when it is used. Much of that brought out in the story is what I have preached in my own ministry, such as the stigma that Joseph and Mary must have endured. It is alluded to in the Scripture (John 8:41). Clarence has taught the Word for many years and quite obviously has a good knowledge of Jewish customs which is used throughout the story. His use of modern vernacular is amusing and refreshing, and I am sure will enhance the interest of many readers. I believe God will bless and use this work in the lives of many." Rev. Lyle DeFord Perry, Iowa Eighty-three year old Clarence E. Stalcup, previously author of Frontiers Calling, an Iowa farm boy during the Great Depression, had devout parents and became a Christian at age nine. After army and farming, he was a counselor in group homes for mentally challenged men and delinquent youths. He was deacon, Sunday School superintendent, and he and his wife taught church youth or children for over half a century. Their spiritual example is reflected in six children, thirty grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren.

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