Immaculate: The Second Coming Of The Christ

Immaculate The Second Coming Of The Christ Meet Mary Matthews a woman who was once very religious but has now lost her faith When she was a little girl her father was heartlessly killed because he had been in the wrong place at the wrong time

  • Title: Immaculate: The Second Coming Of The Christ
  • Author: Jeff Fuell
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 365
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Meet Mary Matthews, a woman who was once very religious but has now lost her faith When she was a little girl her father was heartlessly killed because he had been in the wrong place at the wrong time Even though she had prayed to God to save him her prayers were ignored and her father died right in front of her, thus causing her to abandon everything that she had once bMeet Mary Matthews, a woman who was once very religious but has now lost her faith When she was a little girl her father was heartlessly killed because he had been in the wrong place at the wrong time Even though she had prayed to God to save him her prayers were ignored and her father died right in front of her, thus causing her to abandon everything that she had once believed in Now she is a grown woman who discovers to her surprise that she is pregnant, only the father turns out to be somebody whom she would never suspect and that person s son is destined to bring about an age undreamed of Only now, a crazed madman is trying to kill her before such a thing can happen while another fights to see that new day come, both of whom are soldiers of God While the two of them are on the run they begin to fall in love as they live for the day when the King of Kings will walk the earth once again.

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      Published :2018-05-26T18:34:50+00:00

    1 thought on “Immaculate: The Second Coming Of The Christ”

    1. I read this book in two sittings over the course of twenty hours. I wondered if I had to be at work this Monday morning if I would have gotten up earlier to finish the book before heading out. Probably so. I wasn't even sure I wanted to read the book. But someone asked me to. So I did. It wasn't what I thought it was going to be. Not at all. And the description (book jacket) doesn't really do it justice either. But I get why it was written that way and why certain parts were included and why oth [...]

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