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Meet Prince of Peace

If you have been seeking the Real Face of Jesus, this “Prince of Peace” portrait will help you deepen your relationship with Him.

“Prince of Peace,” also called the Resurrection Painting of Jesus …

 
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The Akiane Kramarik Story

Akiane was delivered in an underwater birth at her home near Chicago in 1994. She is the 3rd of five home-schooled children. Her Lithuanian mother, Foreli and American father, Marcus, were atheists. Spiritual matters were not discussed in their home.

Akiane’s family was mystified when she began describing her visions of God, Jesus, Angels and Heaven at age four. Soon Akiane’s pencil and charcoal sketches filled the house. By age six, she was painting in acrylics, then oils. At age seven, she suddenly began writing extraordinary poetry, usually on spiritual themes. Akiane’s first masterpiece, “Prince of Peace,” her portrait of Jesus, was completed at age eight gaining global attention.

 

Akiane Kramarik as seen on:

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