The Devil Has No Mother: Why he's Worse than You Think - but God is Greater

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Hodder & Stoughton, Feb 16, 2012 - Religion - 256 pages
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With millions of copies sold, RUN BABY RUN is one of the most powerful true stories of our day: the tale of one man, a legend among gang leaders in New York, and how he turned his back on that world of tribal warfare, sex, drugs and murder for the sake of Christ. In this new book Nicky Cruz explores how the devil uses every possible means to prevent people turning to God, drawing on a wealth of examples ranging from his own spiritualist childhood to his experiences of meeting prisoners in the highest security jails in the world. But the best news is that while the devil may be everywhere, God is there too - and it's God whose power will triumph. This is a tough book to read, but it's worth it, because you'll come away convinced not just of the devil's wiles, but much more convinced of God's superior firepower. The devil's worse than you think - but God is greater.

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The Devil Has No Mother By Nicky Cruz; Worthy Publishing, 2012/2013 "The Devil Has No Mother" is a great follow up book to the best selling book, "Run Baby Run" by Nicky Cruz. Once a gangster, later ... Read full review

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Anything Nicky writes is bound to be great. I seriously believe in Nicky's ministry and his relationship with the lord. I love this book especially because it gives you good tactics to fight evil and tells you the enemies real nature. This book is great and I encourage all, to read it. From a newly saved christain this book has helped me immensly with my walk with the lord and loosened any cobwebs I originally had.
Read it everyone!!!!

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About the author (2012)

In the forty years that have passed since coming to Christ, Nicky Cruz has ministered around the world, speaking to hurting people in all walks of life. He has reached thousands of inner-city gang members as he speaks to their need from his own experience as leader of the notorius Mau Mau gang in New York.

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