This novel is about a wealthy man in South Africa who embarked on a journey to Europe for a vacation that changed his life. On his return, he sold all his possessions to become a pastor with an aim to work for God, and that resulted in a divorce. He has been abducted and tortured while preaching in a foreign country, and that left him with permanent scars. He had a task that was given by Jesus Christ as he was on a four-hour visit to heaven. He established the structure that would help people benefit in various sectors of their lives, and that is called Christian Organization. After his death, his twin brother took over and followed his footsteps by becoming a pastor. In his late age, he found things that are shocking, things that are not what they seem.
|Publisher:||Partridge Publishing Africa|
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About the Author
Dumisani Solomon Bapela born on 17 December 1975 In Dennilton, South Africa. His parents the late Amos Bapela and Johannah Mkhabela and has one sibling and her name it’s Martha Nonhlanhla Bapela. He is married to Selinah Skosana and their son it’s Cassius Sibusiso Bapela. Dumisani started school in Morelig primary School in Wonderfontein South Africa, at the age of 7 yrs he wrote fiction stories as he draws it as cartoons until reaches this adult stage. At the age of 17 yrs he obtained the high school certificate from Sofunda secondary school Middleburg South Africa. He then further his studies in Witbank College and obtained three national certificate in Engineering studies and he got training to a mining company to train as an apprentice, 2004 he qualified as the fitter artisan. He worked for mining company from the date until today. At the age of 40 yrs he wrote his first official Novel that called Morphine, 3 months later after the book was published he got sick and was diagnosed with cancer. As people saying negative things about his condition and he took positively because people thought of death but he saw an opportunity as he took six months sick leave for writing the second novel called the Phoenix from Durban.