Who is Lamb? Man or angel? Self-destructing rock star or messenger of The Lord? Subject of mind control or catalyst of the end times? Fall guy or sword of God?
What is Lamb? More than fiction, it is code. Hope, prophecy, warning, journey through the end times---it is all this and more. Lamb is the word of God clothed in unforgettable story. The Powers That Be will try to silence Lamb...and they will fail. Lamb is the harbinger of God. Hear him, and his message will ignite your soul.
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This is the kind of book that SHOULD be read Jul 20, 2008
Today's society likes to flaunt its ability to dictate what is entertainment and what is factual. Zeph Daniels has managed to accomplish a stellar example of what should be advanced as intelligent entertainment. Get ready for a bumpy and memorable ride into the dark side and into the light. He has stripped away popular misconception about the darker side of what passes for religion these days. HURRAH!
Truth based on fiction Feb 20, 2008
In a world of secret societies and hidden agendas Lamb comes as a breath of fresh air. Although a fictional story, it clearly depicts a hidden world of evil which exists among us. I found it very hard to stop reading once I had begun. Zeph Daniels takes us on a journey and shows us through the eyes of various characters their exposure to the evil that lurks among us today. It clearly illustrates the desire for power and how human life has no value to the elite of the world and how people will sell their souls for the love of power and wealth. He also comforts the reader by showing the truth about how Jah protects and guides his flock from the forces which seek to destroy them. A well written story I would recommend it to all who wish to see the truth though fictional eyes and gain a clearer understanding of the New World Order and their evil agenda for global enslavement of the world.
An Amazing Page-Turner Aug 22, 2007
When I first started reading this book, I just couldn't put it down. One of the things which really impressed me about this book was Zeph's amazing writing style and prose: Everything flowed from scene to scene in a beautiful fashion. Why this book never made it to a top-10 list is beyond me?? Perhaps, it's too controversial, poignantly honest and hot for most people to handle, accept and deal with?? If you ever wondered what spiritual warfare is all about, then this book is for you.. If you ever wondered and pondered about supernatural protection from/by the Lord, then this book is for you too...
Wish This Could Be Rated Better Jun 2, 2007
The author's website made Lamb sound wonderful, which is understandable, but in reality, I was disappointed. The author has talent, so it is sad to say the book is a terrible mish-mash of theology.
Now, I agree with the author to a certain degree. By all means, it is true the down and outers of society are the ones who the Lord Jesus went to, and those were the main ones who accepted Him. But, that is NOT the qualification for the Christian walk. Nicodemus and Joseph of Arimathea are two who come to mind from scripture who were not down and outers who followed the Lord. My impression from reading Lamb is that the author is confused and seems to think that it is an exclusive club, that you must be poor and a dreg of society for the Lord Jesus Christ to accept you.
The author needs to learn that it is giving up the world, which in in the control of satan, and following Christ, admitting we are sinners, repentence, and accepting His sacrifice for sin, that is the qualification for salvation. Do I think that there are many more of the poor and hurting and downtrodden who accept Christ? Absolutely. I'm one of them!
But there are the materially blessed who belong to the Lord, as well. Just start with Abraham! It is your heart the Lord examines. The Bible says in Romans 4:3 "For what does the scripture say? Abraham believed God, and it was credited to him as righteousness."
I noted on the author's website that he frets that he has trouble selling his books and CD, and believes it is because he is an outcast and persecuted because of his belief in Jesus. But I think it is not because of that at all. It is that his work is not touching the spirit of the true Christian, where the Holy Spirit dwells. He needs to study and understand the scripture, to seek the deep things of God, to desire humility and meekness so that he can feel the Lord's leading. Crudely ashing out at people will not bring them to Christ. This young man should study how the Lord Jesus Himself talked to average people. Then he may be able to write a book that touches the heart and soul of those who walk the narrow path with Jesus Christ. It is a difficult path of self-sacrifice and "be ye holy, as I (God) am holy". Poverty, alcoholism, drug abuse, etc., are weapons satan uses to destroy and are not the things that equip one to walk the arduous way. It is the Lord Jesus who seeks to deliver us from such things.
If the author learns these things, one day there may be a much better book come from him, if he lets the Holy Spirit lead. In closing, it came to mind that it is not just the televangelists who can find publishers and sell books. I find most of those to be cotton candy, and some of them even poisonous. They are not the spiritual meat Christians need either. The Lord brought to mind many of the greats, such as J Oswald Sanders, R A Torrey, Andrew Murray, Oswald Chambers, Merrill Unger, D L Moody.......the list goes on and on. All of these wrote wonderful, deep meaningful Christian books and were able to find publishers. Why? Because they had something to say, something to edify the body of Christ, the true saints of the living God, wether rich or poor, walking closely with the Lord or just starting out and struggling. These books have stood the test of time!
I think if Mr. Daniel reads books like these, and studies the scripture with Holy Spirit guidance, with his talent he could write a book that has something to say to the Christians who are tired of Purpose Driven, Laodecean fluff!
DUBROOM.com Review May 28, 2007
Warning: Zeph Daniel's "Lamb" is a novel that will capture you the very second you start reading.
No, not just because it is a breathtaking tale that will take you around the world, and into bizarre situations. Even though it is a first-class thriller full of spectacular events and interesting personalities.
And no, not just because a part of the story takes place in the Carrib and has Rastas involved. Even though it's a detail that can't be overlooked and causes a smile of spiritual recognition that will be confirmed throughout the book.
In over 400 pages, the author takes us straight to the battlefield of the war between good and evil. We'll meet angels in disguise, working undercover by helping out the "lambs": those that are rejected by society but protected by His Majesty, JAH.
"Lamb" starts with a lot of dead bodies. They turn out to be sacrifices to the forces of evil, slaughtered, like innocent lambs. The sacrifices are performed by powerful people in satanic rituals, intended to delay the second coming of the King of Kings: Jesus Christ, the Ultimate Lamb Who will return as the Lion and break the power of evil.
These powerful people are the ones that run society, and on the outside they look like philanthropists and idealists working to make the world a better place. But when they're in their inner circle, their true nature is revealed.
As the story progresses, the battle is getting hotter too. Supernatural events, natural disasters, psy-op's and the occult are revealed to be more than related. Hollywood, Churchianity, secret societies and agencies are all connected as well.
The climax in the end, which won't be revealed here, contains a serious warning for each and everyone of us: prepare for the second coming of Jesus, for nothing will stop Him from returning!
But no, this is not your average "Christian alternative" to Stephen King.
In fact, we'll see how the "Christian Church" plays it's part of the side of evil, while persecuting those on the good side. And unlike Stephen King, Zeph Daniel is much more than a skillful story-teller because this is a story wrapped around the-way-things-really-are!
Those who are truly born again in Jesus, are usually found in the gutter, in prison, in strange mental hospitals. Or working for a semi-superfamous band that runs on speed and cokane. Or living under terrible conditions in the Carrib.
Sound familiar also?
Indeed, it does.
"Lamb" is fiction, but rather impossible to read without being touched in some way. When you love the truth, you will find some things to be rather revealing, especially when you might think Jesus Christ is all about $atan and $lavery.
Zeph Daniel describes people and situations in such a way, that it becomes clear what the real Jesus Christ is all about: putting an end to evil and uplifting those that suffer under Babylon System!
And that is the strongest aspect of this book.
A book that should be read by those who (think they) are "Christian". A book that should also be read by those who (think they) know all about "Christianity"!