|AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF JESUCRISTO-4.15 there is nothing hidden, there nor is secret at all one. (Mc 4, 21-25; Lc 8, 16-18)
Author: RAFAEL GARCIA BRANCHES
4.15 there is nothing hidden, there nor is secret at all one. (Mc 4, 21-25; Lc 8, 16-18)
"Nobody is that having lit a lamp it covers it with a vessel or puts it under the bed, but it puts it on the candlestick, so that those who enter see the light. Because there is nothing hidden that does not become clear, I do not even secrete anything that it is not known and comes to be a manifesto. Look well at what you hear. The measurement that you use for with the others, that one herself will be used for with you, and fully. Because to the one that it has to one will give him; and whom it does not have, still what it has will take him from itself ”. PULSATE HERE TO GO TO THE FOLLOWING PARAGRAPH PULSATE HERE TO RETURN TO THE INDEX
FINISHED BOOK. (I pulsated in the image of Jesus Christ to unload it. Be patient, the file is big but in brief minutes it will have it in his computer. It is worth it. I authorize, if there is no lucre fortitude, to do of this electronic Book, the copies that they love. IT IS FREE). Pulsating on the imágen a file unloads in pdf that contien the FINISHED BOOK (AUTOBIOGRAPHY AND COMMENTS). It is formed so that it is possible to print like a book. On having taken this file to the Stationery, printer is necessary to confirm to him that it must print it like a "LEAFLET". It contains 536 pages that distribuídas on 4 pages for sheet of paper A4 one gives place to a book in format A5. That is to say there are needed 134 sheets of paper A4. This file has 21 MB therefore it will spend brief minutes in his discharge. Be patient. It is worth having it in role: LIFE OF JESUS CHRIST COUNTED BY HIMSELF. Is there any other book more important than this one?.
"Bendígote, Father, Master of the sky and of the ground, because you concealed these things to the wise persons and prudent ones and the descrubiste to the pequeñuelos. Good, Father, who this way has seemed well in your observance". (Lc 10,21).