The Backsliding Child of God by Kevin Peeples

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Kevin Peeples, popular Florida surfer, who lives in the fast lane of fame, success, friends, and all the world can offer when it comes to women, drugs, alcohol and free will, soon learns that the world isn't all it is cracked up to be. The fast life he is living, and has become enslaved to through his backsliding sins, is destroying him and taking him to a slow but sure death. He has to lose everything he once thought was important - family, friends, and success - before he learns that those are not God's main purpose for his life or the reason he was put on this earth. When this adventure starts in the mountains of North Carolina, Kevin has no clue that it is a trip he was made for or that it is going to take him to “war”. God takes him into the wilderness to face all the giants of his life, Satan and all the evil forces that he has been enslaved to for over fifteen years. He is delivered and set free, but finds that the demonic warfare he was delivered from returns with even more powerful principalities of darkness to try to re-enslave him and take him down in the wilderness.He “loses” everything but “finds” the Lord and his presence, not only as a true Father, but as a best friend for life. God trains him to be a soldier in Christ, to stand up and win, and overcome all the Devil dishes out in a powerful supernatural battle. Victory comes when he believes and uses the resurrection power God places deep within his heart. This has been an intense journey, but now fully trained, Kevin is ready to train others that are lost and slaved to their backsliding sins. His mission is to help others who have no voice but are desperate for freedom from the enemy.For further information, contact the author at Kevin PeeplesP O Box 421Rutherfordton, NC 28139kp

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Published July 16, 2010 by AuthorHouse. 168 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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