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Quietly Moving Mountains A Witness

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by: True L. Marian
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Publication Date: April 15, 2017
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 203
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Black and White
ISBN: 9781947778689

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Book Synopsis
Deacon Rob records everything he sees and hears in his journals. He started writing when he was a young man and has continued to this day. In them God has shown to us His great mercy.

This book is about the supernatural and mysticism of the Church. Deacon Rob says, “My journals are for those with no faith, little faith, and great faith alike. This book will help all.”

Everything in Deacon Rob’s life changed in January of 1991. He says, “God yanked me out of my shoes and turned me around.” Through this book you will follow the personal journey Rob took as you watch him grow spiritually.

Deacon Rob been affected by many illnesses in the past nine years, however he trusts in Jesus no matter what happens.
This book is dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother and Queen of all. Deacon Rob’s pen name, True L. Marian, says it all: True Love of Mary.

Deacon Rob asks you to say a prayer to the Holy Spirit before starting this spiritual journal with him. He asks God to open your eyes and ears fully, and to help you with your own spiritual journey to our heavenly home.
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Posted: October 1, 2017
Customer comment 5 star rating
This book is a fantastic !
About The Author
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About the Author

Reverend Deacon Carlin is an ordained minister in the Diocese of Tucson, Arizona. He served as a chaplain at three hospitals, one nursing home and one hospice for ten years.

He is a college graduate and served in the Unites States Navy from 1963-1969. In 1965, he served his country in Vietnam.

His spiritual journey led him into religious service. Deacon Robert P. Carlin was ordained June 14, 2003 after he completed a four-year Diocesan course of study in May of 2003.