He Came to Set the Captives Free

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Anchor Distributors, 1993 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 288 pages
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For seventeen years, Elaine served her master, Satan, with total commitment. Then she met Dr. Rebecca Brown, who served her master, Jesus Christ, with equal commitment. Elaine, one of the top witches in the U.S., clashed with Dr. Brown, who stood against her alone. In the titanic life-and-death struggle that followed, Dr. Brown nearly lost her life. Elaine, finding a power and love greater than anything Satan could give her, left Satan and totally committed her life to Jesus Christ.This is an honest, in-depth account of Satan's activities today.You'll see how to: *Recognize and combat the many satanists who regularly infiltrate and destroy Christian churches.*Recognize and combat satanic attacks.*Recognize those serving Satan, and bring them to Jesus Christ.

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I actually read this book years ago and was able to re-read it this week, translated in my native language Amharic (1 of the languages of Ethiopia). I loved this book because it shows how powerful God ... Read full review

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About the author (1993)

Rebecca Brown is an American lesbian author whose work has contributed significantly to contemporary gay and lesbian literature. In addition to her writing, Brown is also well known for her teaching, activism and outreach efforts in the Puget Sound literary community. Brown was the first writer in residence at Richard Hugo House and has taught there frequently ever since. She is the co-founder of the Jack Straw Writers Program and now serves as the creative director of literature at Centrum in Port Townsend, heading the popular summer writers conference there. Her first novel, The Haunted House, was published in 1986. Brown's best-known work is "The Gifts of the Body," a novel about an AIDS caregiver published in 1994 and a winner of a Lambda Literary Award. Brown has also collaborated with painter Nancy Kiefer on a book ("Woman in Ill Fitting Wig"), as well as writing the libretto for a dance opera ("The Onion Twins"). Her prose has appeared in Norton anthologies, small and prestigious literary journals, newspapers, magazines, and zines all over the country, and has been translated into Japanese, German, Danish, Italian and Norwegian.