• Can A Tree Long Dead Bloom Again?
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  • by:  Judge Recaredo Barte

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    • Publisher: Central Book Supply, Inc.
    • ISBN: 978-621-02-1441-3
    • No. of Pages: 124
    • Size: 5.5 x 8.5
    • Edition: 2021




    • Description:

      Even from first impression of the title of this writing, a fierce debate will already spark an endless antagonism from non-believers and believers alike. Starting with those mortal souls and simple man in the street, without exception from a believer and creature by the Almighty Creator of heaven and earth, and of a numberless millions of stars in a blue sky, and constellations and the unreachable heavenly bodies known as Saturn, Pluto, and the Moon, including those whose minds are conditioned to believe that this mortal life will rise again from our dead bodies that have decomposed a million years ago, and shall reunite on the last day of judgment by the mystery of our Saviour – none of these mortal beings has the capacity to believe that a tree, any tree for that matter which before was adorned with exquisitely multi-coloured flowers and verdant leaves, but is now long dead and leafless and eaten by ants, will bloom again in His time.






    • Can A Tree Long Dead Bloom Again?
    • by:  Judge Recaredo Barte
    • Publisher: Central Book Supply, Inc.
    • ISBN: 978-621-02-1441-3
    • No. of Pages: 124
    • Size: 5.5 x 8.5
    • Edition: 2021

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    Description:

    Even from first impression of the title of this writing, a fierce debate will already spark an endless antagonism from non-believers and believers alike. Starting with those mortal souls and simple man in the street, without exception from a believer and creature by the Almighty Creator of heaven and earth, and of a numberless millions of stars in a blue sky, and constellations and the unreachable heavenly bodies known as Saturn, Pluto, and the Moon, including those whose minds are conditioned to believe that this mortal life will rise again from our dead bodies that have decomposed a million years ago, and shall reunite on the last day of judgment by the mystery of our Saviour – none of these mortal beings has the capacity to believe that a tree, any tree for that matter which before was adorned with exquisitely multi-coloured flowers and verdant leaves, but is now long dead and leafless and eaten by ants, will bloom again in His time.