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Extent: Paperback

Pages: 321

Publisher: Queenship Publishing Company

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Healing Your Family Tree

by John H. Hampsch

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In his book Healing Your Family Tree, Father Hampsch guides you through a healing process to clean up the effects of sin in your life that result from the sins of past generations. Each chapter touches on a different part of the healing process with Scripture quotations and citations to substantiate the author's observations. It is a fascinating question-and-answer explanation of an engrossing subject. Some of the questions you will find include: Why should I be concerned about a family tree healing? Scripture mentions sins of fathers. Do mothers convey sin's effects to their offspring? I'm sure that illness is not always a punishment for sin, either personal or ancestral. What other reasons could there be for sickness? Precisely how can sin be transmitted through generations?

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