Daughter of Son-Light

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0816344167

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Daughter of Son-Light is the story of the miracles in Maria’s life as a Seventh-day Adventist Christian: How Jesus Christ, Son of God, Light of the world (Son-Light) guided her into a saving ministry for thousands of people. 

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This book is part of the Pacific Press Heritage Project, a plan to re-publish classic books from our historical archives and to make valuable books available once more. The content of this book is presented as it was originally published and should be read with its original publication date in mind.

Many readers were blessed by Maria: Daughter of Shadow, published by Pacific Press in 1975. Whether or not you read that book, you will enjoy reading Daughter of Son-Light. Readers of Daughter of Shadow followed Maria’s life as she became a spirit medium in Puerto Rico and performed “miraculous healings” for her clients.  She sincerely believed that she was performing a valuable spiritual ministry on God’s behalf for these people. Daughter of Shadow concluded with Maria’s deliverance from spiritism and her subsequent baptism.

Daughter of Son-Light is the story of the miracles in Maria’s life as a Seventh-day Adventist Christian: How Jesus Christ, Son of God, Light of the world (Son-Light) guided her into a saving ministry for thousands of people.

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Item Format Paperback
Publisher Pacific Press Publishing Association
Weight (lbs) 0.270000
Page Count 68
Language English
Year Published 2016
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