Shroud of Turin

Is the Shroud of Turin the real face of Jesus? Have you sought the face of Jesus? My next book is about the Shroud of Turin. I will give info once it is close to coming out.

I need to search the scriptures to find where it says to “seek the face of the Lord.” I want to give ya’ll the exact verse so that the words can become alive in your heart too. I know that “WAIT on the LORD” is in the Psalms. I sing that spiritual daily in my worshop and praise.

It goes, ” Wait on the Lord, and be of good courage; and He will strengthen thine heart.” I sing this Psalm daily, backed by my piano. I would give ya’ll the chords to this spiritual song, but I am keeping it to myself so that it will be special to me. Of course, you can find this song at any website that provides a list of gospel songs. It is not my personal Psalm or song. I just picked out the chords on my piano from my memory.

Again, I will let you know when my book SHROUD OF TURIN comes out. You can find it listed with my other books once it is published:

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Please click "Follow" to Subscribe/Follow my posts in order to receive an e-mail notice when I post new articles. Plus, I will write stuff that you suggest or like. What I am doing with the posts on my FerdieWerdie Gazette is: listening for the voice of the Lord and seeking the face of Jesus. What I hear in my journey, I will also write about. What guides me in this journey and what I propose for you to do is: Wait on the Lord, and be of good courage ..for He shall strengthen thy heart!
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