Divine Deliverance

Divine Deliverance

by Timothy R. Oesch

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Overview

Andela Tidmore yearns for matrimony. She is a Christian maiden who moves to St. Louis in hopes of finding a man, but her experiences in the big city compel her to return to her home town. Then an angel appears with an extraordinary proposition. An agnostic bachelor has acquired custody of two orphaned children, and Andela’s assignment is to care for the children and to evangelize the bachelor. She accepts.

Bill Stroggins works hard to manage his dairy farm. Law school disappointed him and he prefers working with cows. When his only sibling dies and leaves two orphaned children, he adopts them. It is difficult to maintain a dairy operation and care for two young children, so he hires a nanny. Aunt Dell, as the children call her, is the most mystifying individual Bill has ever encountered.

It is an enchanted kiss that initiates a journey through virtual kingdoms personifying the inner essences of heart and soul. Colorful characters divulge information regarding sex, marriage, gender, Scripture, sin, salvation, angels, Satan, free will, predestination, eternal security, government, religion, faith, holiness, love, and God. Bill is enlightened in regards to the First Amendment of the Constitution of the United States, and in regards to the separation of Church and State. Andela learns what the Bible really teaches about women.

At long last Bill sits as judge in the Arena of Judgment. The defense attorney argues with fervor on Andela’s behalf. Lord Gelus relishes his accusatory role as plaintiff attorney while Rebelon and Decevon look on with ominous indulgence. Then Bill experiences a stunning revelation—it is the judge who is on trial. He faces the most crucial decision bequeathed to mankind.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940012391124
Publisher: Xulon Press
Publication date: 05/12/2010
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 384
File size: 468 KB

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