Cacique: The Lost God of Hope

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AuthorHouse, 2003 - Fiction - 236 pages
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Life can be very difficult growing up in a single parent family as well as being exposed to situations that are not conductive to the wellbeing of a child. In this book the author shares her life's many challenges in order to reach out to those who are currently experiencing any type of abuse. Her desire is to also reach those young people who are on the brink of making wrong choices that would lead them into bondage. Her purpose is to let them know that the Lord Jesus Christ came and died so that they could have life and that more abundantly.

Jesus wants all to be free and whole not entangled in the snares that satan has laid out for them. SHe understands and knows that It is easy to become distracted especially when everyone around them are not concerned about living a clean, holy and santified life.Everyone have the need to be wanted, loved, respected, needed and appreciated.These needs tends to override one's willpower and they can find themselves falling into sin which will eventually lead them into bondage and captivity. This book was written to let others know that they are precious in the eyes of the Lord and they don't have to live in bondage but can be set free by letting the Lord Jesus Christ into their lives. It doesn't matter what they have done in life and are currently doing , Jesus wants to deliver them set them free.They too can be " Birth out of Bondage."

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About the author (2003)

Arley Koran is the author of fifteen books, including the Animals Can Teach Us Much series, The Stan Stanton Thrillers and two heartwarming collections of Christmas stories. Born, raised and educated in the Midwest, he now resides in Silver Spring, Md. After a long and successful career in the practice of architecture, Arley now focuses his time and creativeness to writing. He seasons his writing style with worldwide adventures and fantasy. Loyal fans include children and adults alike.

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