Item description for The Devil's Monologue by A. E. Hepburn...
Overview If Satan unloaded and told humankind all of his schemes and plans, would humans work diligently to avoid his traps? Author Alma Hepburn plays the devil's advocate and reveals the truth about Satan.
Publishers Description For young and matured adults who have always been afraid of the devil, the author heralds: Be afraid no longer In this religious fiction, The Devil's Monologue, Satan emphasizes his profound hatred and jealousy of humankind; tells of his origin and encounters with Old and New Testament saints; explains how he deceives, infiltrates, and sometimes possesses humans; and utters frustrated candor when his plans are foiled repeatedly by angels loyal to Creator. The monologue approach should inspire readers to grasp the enormity of God's love for us, and recognize the depth of Satan's hatred of mankind in general and Christians in particular. The book says plainly that Satan is jealous of God's relationship with mankind; therefore, he insults both Christ and Christians when he considers humans as weak, bumbling fools who are easily deceived. Plus, the stories and events presented are entertaining. To humankind, the book emphasizes how much power we have over demonic forces if we simply trust and obey our Creator. After reading this book, we will recognize the devil's tactics. No longer should anyone fear ?demonic traps.?
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Studio: Tate Publishing & Enterprises
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.3" Width: 6.6" Height: 0.34" Weight: 0.37 lbs.
Release Date Nov 1, 2005
Publisher Tate Publishing & Enterprises
ISBN 1598860178 ISBN13 9781598860177