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Give as a Gift Send this book as a Gift! Book Rating 1. The children in the home, mostly boys aged from six to eighteen, had a revival during which they had visions of heaven, Paradise, angels, and even hell.gatsbygroup.co.uk/the-art-of-the-kill-na.php
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Baker worked for years with little fruit and he almost gave up, until the Holy Spirit came with power, but he never put the spiritual above the Word and searched the Scriptures to make sure what was happening agreed with the Bible. This is reflected in his books as he includes Scripture references in most chapters.
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About the Author H. Baker — and his wife, Josephine, were missionaries to Tibet from to before returning to their home in America for several years, believing their missionary days were over, due to sickness. But God soon called them to China, to the southwest corner of the Yunnan province. There they settled in a little town called Kotchiu that was home to brigand robbers and said to be the worst town in all of China.
In the midst of sinful surroundings, the Bakers let God's light shine out. The Bakers soon became conscious of the many beggar boys who were starving and dying in the streets.
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They decided to open the Adullam Home, providing a shelter for these poor homeless children. There were forty boys in the home when a great miracle took place and God outpoured His Spirit, revealing the secrets of heaven, hell, and spiritual beings to the orphans. Baker wrote of these events in his classic book Visions Beyond the Veil.
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Write a Review. Although he worked in the fields from an early age, Mao also received enough schooling to develop an interest in learning. This drew him back to school at age Next, he worked at various teaching jobs and became active in radical student groups. In he was a founding member of the Chinese Communist Party. Soon afterward, he began to develop his theory of the revolutionary potential of the peasantry, which deviated from the traditional Marxist-Leninist emphasis on the industrial proletariat.
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After the bloody communist fallout with Nationalist Chiang Kai-shek in , Mao established a base in the southern Kiangsi province. He began to put into practice his ideas about a revolutionary peasantry by way of a guerrilla war against the government.
In , Chiang's armies closed in, but the communist forces escaped for their "Long March" to the northwestern Shenshi province Now I am not a scholar of China but needless to say, just a few digs and one can maybe get the setting in which these orphans were exposed to. Being orphans would indicate a traumatic experience already in the lives of these children.
Add to that an ET teaching with kid's getting fried forever, and the stage is set. Just what we do not know is the author's exposed to theology and what did he teach the children, good news or bad news. An outpouring of the "Holy Spirit" takes place, now bear in mind the culture of China is riddled with dragons and beasts, so buying into a myth of a fiery hell was not difficult. What was the foundation? That is a better question to ask than perhaps believing the account to be true. Look at your 2nd last paragraph Quote from: Liberty.