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What Was Possible God Made Known

How Else Would We Know?

by Irving T. Townsend



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 9/14/2017

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 140
ISBN : 9781512796032
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 140
ISBN : 9781512796049
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 140
ISBN : 9781512796025

About the Book

If the experiences and other answers provided in this book were accounted for in any of the many books I have read, then there is a certainty that I would have been spared the agony and the loss of time and other resources due to ignorance and a misguided lifestyle.

The tabooed subject of demons is reserved for fiction and is considered the figment of the imagination of the people of the medieval times. It is now fashionable to dismiss the subject based on one’s status and the persons with whom one associates. The book accounts for personal encounters with the unseen and details the painful struggles of the author to break from the grip of an orchestrated demonic spell.

The book declares also that the theory of evolution, by its own account of the process, irreversibly leads to a supreme being. Disaster, disease, and destruction provide knowledge necessary for the eternal state, and God is unwilling to let mankind enter eternity as ignoramuses. There are benefits to be gained from the materials of this book, and I believe the experiences and thoughts shared will improve in significant ways the lot of every reader and others with whom they share these gains.

About the Author

In most of his late teen and early adult life, Irving Townsend had serious struggles with the concept of a personal God. At the age of twenty-nine however, there were unexpected encounters with demons and devils and with God. The evidences are irrefutable.

After he met the Lord, he served as director of Home and Overseas Missions with Open Bible Standard Churches of Jamaica for nine years. A sermon at the funeral of a slain policeman, earned him the wrath of the media and rights groups including Amnesty International. He was unswayed by the avalanche of media publications and discussions and firmly stood his ground.