Overview

Abby has a wonderful voice, and sings in the choir at Grace Faith Church. When God chooses Abby and her family as pawns in his wager with Satan, her life is turned upside down. Abby is banned from her beloved church and soon, she’s hanging out with a new crew, drinking and getting high.
Abby runs into Randy Nelson, her older sister’s ex. They begin dating, and soon Abby becomes pregnant and marries him. Unknown to Abby, the Nelsons are members of a New Age cult called the ...

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Invisible Enemies

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Overview

Abby has a wonderful voice, and sings in the choir at Grace Faith Church. When God chooses Abby and her family as pawns in his wager with Satan, her life is turned upside down. Abby is banned from her beloved church and soon, she’s hanging out with a new crew, drinking and getting high.
Abby runs into Randy Nelson, her older sister’s ex. They begin dating, and soon Abby becomes pregnant and marries him. Unknown to Abby, the Nelsons are members of a New Age cult called the Brotherhood. When Abby finds out about her husband’s involvement in the Brotherhood, and his many infidelities, the marriage turns sour.
For years, God’s angels and Satan’s demons wage war with Abby’s soul. When Abby discovers RJ, her thirteen-year-old son has been attending Brotherhood initiation ceremonies, she joins forces with her old minister and together, they fight the good fight of faith and Abby shows Satan just how strong her faith really is.

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Anaïs C. Elliott
"Invisible Enemies", is by far, one of the best Christian novels I have ever read! If you, or a loved one, have ever been a victim of the enemy, which most of us - if not all have, then this novel is DEFINITELY for you! Each character, with their carefully chosen personalities, will leave you in awe, disbelief and utter amazement. "Invisible Enemies" emphasizes our need for redemption by pointing out the works of the enemy and how our secular pursuits allow Satan to come in and create chaos in our lives. I strongly believe that the Lord will use this masterfully written novel to substantially impact the lives of both, believers and non-believers...--(Anaïs C. Elliott, West End Mount Carmel FGBC)
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044413429
  • Publisher: Lynda D. Brown
  • Publication date: 3/22/2012
  • Series: Invisible Enemies , #1
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 672 KB

Meet the Author

Lynda Brown, a native of St. Louis Missouri published her first book in 2006. This author, motivational speaker and publisher,has just released her second book: Invisible Enemies, now available in e-book and paperback. Books available at on-line retailers: Amazon, BN.com, booksamillion.com and her website: spokenwordpress.net
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  • Posted September 30, 2010

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    A Realistic Portrayal Of The Trials And Tribulations We Must All Endure

    Abby has a voice touched by God - and the devil knows it. So, after she's banned from her beloved church and deprived of the chance to share her God-given gift with the world, her life takes a dark turn as she begins a long, slow descent into the depths of misery and despair. While at her lowest point, she begins a whirlwind romance with her sister's ex-boyfriend, Randy, who eventually impregnates her, leading to the two of them getting married; however, Randy's repeated infidelities, coupled with the breakthrough opportunity for her to launch a long-awaited singing career, prompt Abby to leave her married life behind in the pursuit of her dreams...little does she know, though, the enemy will do anything in his power to prevent those dreams from coming true - even if it means leading her own flesh and blood to plot her demise...

    With profound, striking realism, Invisible Enemies is a surprisingly engrossing read. In her riveting true-to-life tale, author Lynda Brown paints a vivid picture of the difficulties that believers of all ages encounter over the course of their daily lives - particularly those that stem from their own actions. In Abby, Brown has crafted quite the sympathetic protagonist, a benign soul who strives for the best for herself and her family, yet is forced to endure unimaginable storms at every turn. In so doing, Brown reminds the reader that - no matter how pure or benevolent our intentions may be - there are always hidden, evil forces at work, determined to disrupt our efforts and rob us of any semblance of happiness or peace; nonetheless, we must remain faithful that our actions are not in vain and that our true divine purpose forever remains in the hands of the One who knows, sees, and controls all - and only He has the power to write the final chapter of our lives.

    Ultimately inspiring, Invisible Enemies is a realistic portrayal of the trials and tribulations we must all endure - as well as the blessed victories that await us if we faint not. An uplifting read.


    Karynda Lewis
    Apex Reviews

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