Live in the period of 1830-1844. Feel the personal thoughts of Brewster Cabot who followed, loved, and suffered persecution with one proclaimed to be a prophet, Joseph Smith, the man who started The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
"I expected much more than I received."
This is the first English translation of a portion of Historia Antigua de Mexico, written originally in Spanish by celebrated Mexican historian Mariano Veytia. He relates the history, astronomy, and religious practices he discovered from the charts, diagrams, and paintings of the Native Americans. In addition, he presents an account of America'a first settlers, who left from the biblical Tower of Babel at the time of the confusion of tongues.
"I liked it"
Follow Me is a captivating narrative of the life of Mary, Joseph, and their first born, Jesus. It follows Him through His childhood and then through His ministry. You will feel what the apostles must have felt as they witnessed the miracles of Jesus: His response of comfort to the weary and downtrodden, His healing of the ill and physically handicapped, His peace when attacked by the bitterness of antagonists, His forgiveness for those who railed against Him and nailed Him to the cross.
I can never remember the details after I wake up, but I've had the same nightmare too many times throughout the years, more than I can count. Recently I asked my brothers and sisters if they ever dream about the old house. Some tell me they do--of a room that wasn't there. That settles it. I'm turning this story over to my twelve-year-old incorrigible self. Only a scrawny kid skidding awkwardly toward puberty can explain how it feels to be haunted by the sins of his father, hunted by the town bullies, and taunted by a cantankerous ghost.