Paperback | 112 pages | Ray Comfort | Take a look at the inside.
Are you curious about the fact that during Charles’ coronation the king is handed a pearl-studded scepter, presented with a strange-looking, diamond-encrusted “orb,” and three swords are carried before him—one of which is blunt? Why is special oil poured on his head in a ceremony hidden from public eyes? What is the “Ampulla,” and why does the king wear six robes during the ceremony? What is the meaning of the four crosses on the king’s crown?
In these short but fascinating chapters, you will learn ten interesting facts that will better inform you of what happens during the coronation of a king and what it means to be defender of the faith.