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ACTS

by Michael Pearl
Audio – The book of Acts is a thrilling drama of the missionary activities of the early church. From gifts of the Spirit to shipwreck, stoning to death, deadly snake bites to angels opening prison house doors, this is the story of the men who built the church Christ promised. 1 MP3 CD.
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$12.95

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CD3 - ACTS - MP3 Additional Information

Display Name ACTS
Subtitle No
Tagline The thrilling account of the missionary activities of the early church.
Product Type Audio
Media MP3 CD
ISBN No
Format No
Language No
Author Michael Pearl
Manufacturer No Greater Joy Ministries, Inc.
Publication Date Sep 12, 2010
Pages No
Binding No
Dimensions No
Filesize No
Duration 16:49:13
Website No
Other Credits No
Autographed No

ACTS

by Michael Pearl
The book of Acts is a thrilling drama of the missionary activities of the early church. From gifts of the Spirit to shipwreck, stoning to death, deadly snake bites to angels opening prison house doors, this is the story of the men who built the church Christ promised. 1 MP3 CD.
$12.95

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The book of Acts is a thrilling drama of the missionary activities of the early church. From gifts of the Spirit to shipwreck, stoning to death, deadly snake bites to angels opening prison house doors, this is the story of the men who built the church Christ promised.

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