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Change the music, save the world. A young man joins a satanic music company and is tempted by the devil. Meanwhile, a pastor and prayer team mobilize to save him and a woman who is to be sacrificed.
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The Deception Begins

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Overview

Change the music, save the world. A young man joins a satanic music company and is tempted by the devil. Meanwhile, a pastor and prayer team mobilize to save him and a woman who is to be sacrificed.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780768490657
  • Publisher: Destiny Image, Inc.
  • Publication date: 7/28/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 206
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Shawn Patrick Williams was radically saved from 10 years of drug and occult involvement. He is founder of Warrior Nations International Ministries and the One Hour National Prayer Alliance. He has a Master s degree in Christian Psychology and has worked with more than 4,000 troubled teens. He speaks throughout the nation and has authored several books on prayer, spiritual warfare, and the occult. He lives in Greenwood, South Carolina, with his wife, Christy, and their three children.

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  • Posted August 13, 2010

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    From Drug Dealing and Demonic Activity to Christian Discipleship

    In his book "The Deception Begins" Shawn Patrick Williams uses the medium of fiction to alert the reader of the sinister dangers of witchcraft and secret sorcery which often result in powerful demonic battles.

    Evangelist Bill Batesburg find outs out about a plot put together by Aleister Crowley to use media and business groups to promote his occult activities, which included recruiting young talented unsuspecting teens.
    Teenager Paul Heiner became fascinated with the power of secret sorcery. Rebellious and starry-eyed Paul runs a way from home to join a Los Angeles band. Heiner soon faces an ongoing battle of spiritual warfare against the awesome power of prayer

    Williams has created believable characters. Pastor Bill Batesburg, young Paul Heiner, Dr. John Farrow and his missing daughter Nancy all play an important role in carrying out an intense plot. Suspense packed drama, strong character development, and stirring dialog all work together to make this a powerful story.

    Williams writes with realism. His own life story parallels Paul's a life of drug use, addiction, and dealing. On the brink of committing his life to Satan worship and blood sacrifice, Shawn Patrick Williams had a gripping experience with the Holy Spirit that turned his life around. He later became a minister of the Gospel of Christ.

    "The Deception Begins" is the first book in a planned "Secret Sorcery" series. The series is designed to help the reader experience the power to live victoriously as a disciple of Jesus Christ. Convincing and powerful writing with a bold and important message.

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