Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Persecuted: I Will Not Be Silent by Robin Parrish - Book Review

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 Persecuted is a fictional story of a pastor who refuses to give into a political force set on merging all religions to an umbrella organization operated by the Federal Government.  If you keep up with the daily news from around the United States, this story will feel like you are reading about something that is happening right now.  
Based on what could happen if America continues down this path of tolerance for all religions and lifestyles, this story hits a home run.  It is action packed, with everything from a manhunt to blackmail.  It covers the back rooms of Congress to the abuse of power by the President.  It is a great story, well written, and most needed in our day.  
It is a wake-up call to the church.  Satan is on a mission to destroy Christianity and morals in America.  We are not just in a decline, we are in a landslide of decay.  This book shows where things might end up should we keep moving in this direction.  
If you like politics, suspense, murder mysteries, manhunts, and action, you will love this book.  If you love God and America, you will enjoy the story, but you will finish with a sense of regret, sadness, and fear.  The author does a wonderful job of presenting the challenges that we as Christians face in this ever changing secular society we live in.  We need God.  We need revival. 
This is a great story that I hear is actually coming out as a movie in the near future. 


God Bless,

Marcus

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