The highly-anticipated sequel to Jacob.
The aftermath of receiving a revelation from God is often a rapid conversion, at least the desire arises and lingers for some lasting effect. When the message is handed down by a physical confrontation with the Almighty Himself, the repercussion should be twice as strong. Jacob Corbin wasn't quite sure how to come down from an intense experience which ended a season-long fight with the Lord over control of his life and began a new chapter under the pressure of living up to the second chance he had been given.
What Jacob now needs to decide is how to make the necessary changes in his life while the same issues, friends, family and temptations surround him. Everything seems bent against his success, including his parents' interference with his relationship with his girlfriend, Morgan; the new drama instructor at school impeding his dramatic potential; and only being able to stand aside and watch as someone he thought he knew becomes unrecognizable. The words that once rang so clear and condemning in his mind now echo distant as Jacob realizes that giving up the lead is more difficult than it appears.