Book one in the reader-driven trilogy between God, humanity and the devil. The Devil Repents goes where no other book has ever gone; to the first evil thought that the devil ever had to a cocktail party in Hollywood while inviting readers to cast votes to complete the story in this three book trilogy The Devil Repents pulls back the curtain of the spiritual realm of darkness, exposing the raw ungodliness he sows in mans hearts and minds, but why now? Join the intrigue with a best-selling horror novelist, a world famous celebrity and an atheist, all whom get sucked into a confluence of unfortunate events. Delving deep into his bag of deceptions, the devil reveals his most guarded secret to renowned author—how he deceives humanity time and time again. Now the tables turn on the devil. His secret is out and he’s got little to bargain with. Unless…has the devil found a clause in the last page of the Bible that just might provide and out? And even if he does, should God forgive the devil? ‘Can the devil be forgiven?’ The question wouldn’t leave me alone for hours as my thoughts turned into keys and opened up more doors in my mind with questions such as, Would the devil even want forgiveness? Surely, I thought, the devil would want at least one shot in human history to try to redeem his tortured soul from the pits of hell to become an angel again. And that’s when out of nowhere, The Devil Repents detonated in my mind. As wild and sacrilegious as it sounded, it was a valid question. I never heard those three words put together before. I immediately scribbled it down twice, and then wrote it again as neat as I could. Then I vividly remember sitting at the table and just staring at the words and it was like they were alive and pulsating up at me---so I wrote it down a few more times not knowing that those three words would change the course of my children’s and my life forever. For the next few days I read all about Jesus’ forgiveness and I searched the Bible several times to see if the devil’s salvation was possible and nowhere in the Bible does it say that the devil can’t repent. Yes, the devil is judged already as Jesus said in John 12:31---John 16:11. It is also stated in Revelation 12:12 and 20:1-3. Ultimately though, the choice is up to you and your input will be included in the next two volumes of The Devil Repents Trilogy
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Published May 31, 2012
by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform.
Religion & Spirituality, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy.