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The Joy of Jesus



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By David Marshall

ISBN: 9781906381561 | 128 pages | Autumn House, dist by Review and Herald Publishing | Copyright 2010

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The life of the Kingdom is a life of profound joy, a joy that no person and no circumstance can take away.

It is not a joy just for some future time. It is for now! Joy is the mark of those who have really surrendered to the King and tasted his grace.

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The life of the Kingdom is a life of profound joy, a joy that no person and no circumstance can take away.

It is not a joy just for some future time. It is for now! Joy is the mark of those who have really surrendered to the King and tasted his grace.

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AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY:

David Marshall


David Marshall has many years of experience in popular journalism. His articlesoften about travelhave appeared in magazines in the US, Australia, the Caribbean, Africa and India, as well as Britain.

Prior to entering journalism Dr. Marshall took a first degree in Modern History and Politics and a Doctor of Philosophy degree in History from the University of Hull, and enjoyed eleven years as a teacher.

His wife always accompanies him on his travels. They live in the Vale of Belvoir on the border of Lincolnshire and Leicestershire in England. This book was written after they had made a number of visits to the Middle East.