Out of Deception by Nathan O. Miller

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The unbelievable but true story of how Wil Hochstetler, a young, innocent Amish teen and his family, were unwittingly lured into the clutches of a smooth-talking cult leader. Wil's family was searching for something deeper, and what seemed at first like fresh water for a thirsty heart soon turned bitter and poisonous. By the grace of God, Wil's devotion to his leader slowly turned to doubt. Finally, sick and tired of being manipulated, controlled, abused, molested, and deceived, Wil made his break and escaped his leader's grasp-or so he thought. This is a disturbing story of Satan's gross deceptions and a beautiful story of the power of God's grace and deliverance.

About Nathan O. Miller

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Nathan Miller, a four-time nominee for the Pulitzer Prize, is the author of "FDR: An Intimate History, The Roosevelt Chronicles, " and" The U.S. Navy".
Published September 1, 2011 by Ridgeway Publishing. 215 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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