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Raelene Ruth is at her very best in this superbly rendered creation of the existence of the two worlds we live in every day, the spiritual and the physical. It is her sixth novel and her first adult work of fiction, which took ten years in the writing. It is an edge of your seat, roller coaster adventure filled with page turning thrills and chills. Get ready for a fast paced ride into the unseen spiritual dimension that exists side by side with our physical world and the impact that dimension can have on all of us. Fourteen-year-old Timothy James lives in a small town of 6,000. Typical of any boy his age, he suddenly feels a need to cast away all family values, and seek what the world has to offer, sex being high on his priority list. This search leads him into more trouble as he is attacked by unseen forces when he deliberately ducks from under the protective canopy that his family's prayers and beliefs in God have given him. He makes some very wrong choices and puts himself, his friends, and his family in harms way by attending a sex education meeting at a friend's church. The church is founded on satanic principals. Tim learns too much and becomes a threat. The church's High Priestess, Ruth Ellen, hires a Canadian Indian, with nothing but murder on his mind and a gay weight lifter with nothing but sodomy on his mind, to kidnap and kill the boy. But God has a different plan, a plan he formed before Timothy was even conceived. He uses this dangerous situation to reveal to Tim, his true purpose and destiny. Using the circumstances, Tim turns the tables on the enemies of God and starts a war between heaven and hell that challenges everything Tim, his friends, and his family thought they knew or believed about the ways of God or the world they live in. In Our Midst A bold novel written in the style of Frank Peretti's "This Present Darkness."
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Book Description AuthorHouse, 2005. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX1420844466