A Trip Into the Supernatural

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Review and Herald Pub Assoc, 1982 - Christian converts - 125 pages
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it took the courage of a former merchant marine to expose the reality of spirit worship centers in the cities of the nations of this world.
one of the duties of believers is to expose evil in
order to help keep others from becoming ensnared in the devil's scheme to fully establish his kingdom of darkness on Earth. 

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This book has made a profound impact on many lives, and I have obtained permission to record and publish a free mp3 audiobook of it. This is available at my website (see address below). Faith is the evidence of things not seen, and in this book, Morneau shares his experience with those (usually) unseen things. Some find it scary to read about such interactions, but as one with roots in the Middle-East, I grew up with first- or second-hand stories of these kinds of experiences, and they are definitely real! Have a listen (don't be scared... it gives a tremendous picture of spiritual realities that is very enlightening!) http://www.creatorsblessing.org/a/Morneau-A-Trip-Into-the-Supernatural/ 

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Contents

In Trouble With the Spirits
11
My Childhood Days
16
A Trip into the Supernatural
26
Worship Room of the Gods
38
Spirits in Action
52
Pressure for a Commitment
65
From Demon Worship to Bible Study
72
Monday Evening at Study
83
Studying on Borrowed Time
89
Day of Promises
97
The Bible Sabbath
107
A New Day and a New Life
112
Episode of Death
125
Counting My Blessings
135
Epilogue
140
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