Memo from the Devil: Satan's Strategic Preparations for the End of the Age

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WestBow Press, Nov 1, 2011 - Fiction - 188 pages
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According to the Bible, the human heart is deceitful above all things (Jeremiah 17:9). Add to this formula the enemy, Satan, whom the Bible describes as a murderer from the beginning and as the father of lies (John 8:44). Introduce a body of Christ-following believers who often know very little about the Bible and even less about the 27 percent of the Bible containing prophecy, and you have a recipe for deception.

Fraud is an intentional deception or intentional misrepresentation made by someone with knowledge that the lie he or she just put forth will likely result in him or her receiving something of value. That something of value in the physical world is usually money or property. In the spiritual realm, your soul and eternal destiny are at stake. Fraud prevention (in both the physical and spiritual realms) requires familiarizing yourself with the fraud schemes being utilized and sometimes the red-flag indicators of those schemes. Nothing short of this knowledge will prepare you to stand against your enemy and the fraudulent schemes he employs (Ephesians 6:11).

Memo from the Devil is a nonfiction work that contains a ten-part fictional memorandum written in the first person as though Satan is speaking to his demonic forces. The book is designed to expose some of the fraud that is being perpetrated against the human race. The Bible does not say the truth will set you free; it says that you shall know the truth and that the truth will then set you free (John 8:31).


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About the author (2011)

Bart Bevers is a lawyer in Texas. Mr. Bevers is the former Inspector General at the Office of Inspector General (OIG) in Texas, where he ran the largest state OIG in the nation. He served seven years at the OIG and nine years as an assistant district attorney. He has specialized in fraud and white-collar crime. As the chief prosecutor in five different courts and a civil litigator, Mr. Bevers has personally tried over 450 contested trials in criminal and civil courts.

Mr. Bevers currently serves on the Board of Regents for the Association of Certified Fraud Specialists (ACFS) and the Board of Directors for the Association of Inspectors General (AIG), and he is an instructor for the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C). He is certified as a certified fraud examiner (CFE), certified fraud specialist (CFS), certified homeland security, level III (CHS-III), certified inspector general (CIG), and certified public manager (CPM). Mr. Bevers is also licensed to practice law in Texas.

Mr. Bevers was the recipient of the 2009 Public Administrator of the Year award in Texas by the American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) and was nationally recognized with the 2008 Sentinel Award by the Association of Certified Fraud Specialists in San Francisco, California.

Mr. Bevers became a Christ follower over thirty-eight years ago at age nine. He has been married to his best friend for sixteen years and has two children, a son and a daughter. He is an avid golfer and enjoys running—even in the Texas heat.

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