Feathers From Heaven
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About "Feathers From Heaven"
We are living in exciting times-where signs and wonders are jumping off the pages of the Bible and people experience miracles in everyday life. Stories of crying statues, clouds of gold dust, and people being raised from the dead are increasing across the globe as Jesus of Nazareth displays His power through His Church.Feathers have long been recognized in many cultures as being signs from God, portents of angelic activity, and messages from deceased loved ones. The Bible speaks of feathers as having a number of different meanings-all of which have relevance to daily life. Whether you regularly find heavenly feathers or have never heard of this phenomenon, this book will deepen your understanding of what they mean, why they matter, and how you can encounter this miracle for yourself. Come discover why feathers are falling from heaven!If you are hungry for a more meaningful spiritual experience or want to engage the supernatural, this book is for you!Here's what you will find in this book:Our Personal Story - This is our family's personal story of how we started finding Feathers from Heaven.The Meaning in the Manifestation - This takes a look at God's plans and purposes through this miracle.Discernment and Deception - This answers the question "How do I know this is God?", providing wisdom to help navigate the miracles.Ruffled Feathers - This addresses some common concerns and objections people have about this manifestation.Feather Stories - This shares many stories from others recounting their miracle-moments finding heavenly feathers.How Do I Get This To Happen? - This looks at how we can partner with God to encourage our own feather encounters.Feathers from Heaven - This is a unique transdimensional feather story meant to expand our beliefs of what is possible.
Meet the Author
Michael King is a writer and scholar. He was born in 1945. He is New Zealand's foremost scholar on the history of the Maori people and their culture. King's book, 1000 Years of Maori History: Nga Iwi O Te Motu, examines the origins of the Maori, how their culture responded to the arrival of Europeans, and how it has continued to exist in the face of great odds. Maori: A Photographic and Social History is a comprehensive history using contemporary scholarship and a wide range of photographs to explore aspects of Maori life. King has also written God's Farthest Outpost, a study that traces Catholicism in New Zealand and chronicles the effects of French, Irish and Maori mingling on its development. King received an honorary degree as a Doctor of Literature from Victoria University of Wellington in May 1997.