Eau Claire, WI, June 28, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Author Jerome G. Wolcott announced today the release of The Purpose of My Vision, It is hard to believe in what you can not see, published by Outskirts Press. Wolcott describes in striking detail the miraculous vision he had of Jesus in 2007 and makes available to readers the five messages Christ has given him as well as the reason for his certainty that the world is not going to end in December, 2012.
On a warm, sunny Sunday afternoon in August, 2007, Wolcott was kneeling and praying in the St. Raymond of Penafort church, which sits on a rolling hill in the countryside outside Fall Creek, Wisconsin. The altar of the church has large windows that overlook a rock formation and a waterfall, and inside the church a large stone wall sits on either side of the altar.
While the author knelt there praying, Jesus appeared to him behind the left side of the altar. Wolcott looked on at the right side of the divine profile as Jesus moved slowly to the right behind the altar and crossed the opening between the altar and one stone wall. He was dressed in a white gown and he held his hands as if he too were praying. An aura surrounded his profile.
Wolcott addresses the question of why Jesus appeared so miraculously to him and he also speaks of the five messages Jesus gave him over time. The second message was directed specifically to all those who are trying to remove the name of God from public places. Another message goes against the scripture, but Wolcott believes this message was given by Jesus to assure everyone that these really were Jesus’ own words.
The author was never able to find a satisfactory picture of Jesus for an illustration for his book, but one day after the book was published he viewed the paintings of Akaine Kramarik. He broke down and cried. The profile and the face of Jesus in Kramarik’s paintings were exactly as Jesus had appeared to Wolcott himself, and he knew Akiane had been with Jesus, too.
“It has always been difficult for me to express my feelings verbally or in written form,” the author writes. “I have a problem with writing a simple note in a holiday card and I never imagined myself as an author, but I believe from that one moment on, my life changed in more ways that it ever had before.”
The Purpose of My Vision is available on-line in paperback through Amazon and Barnes and Noble and at www.outskirtspress.com/bookstore for a maximum trade discount in quantities of ten or more.
Format: 5.5 x 8.5 paperback white ISBN: 978-1-4327-7411-0 SRP: $15.95
Kindle $ 9.99
OP e-Book $ 9.00
About the author:
Jerome K. Wolcott is retired and lives with Jeanette, his wife of forty-six years, in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. They have a son, Christian, a daughter, Cathleen, and four grandchildren. Jerome is an ordinary man with little secondary education and has held various positions, including auto and aircraft mechanic, auto service manager, department manager and police officer.
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