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Speak of the Devil

Narrated by: Susan Spain
Series: Speak of the Devil, Book 1
Length: 8 hrs and 19 mins
Categories: Fiction, African-American
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Serena Sampson has traveled the world with the gift of prophetic healing, deliverance, and the sword of the Spirit in her hands. She claims victory when she is used by God to set women free from all types of bondage. The world reveres her as a powerhouse of a preacher and a woman of God whose faith is on fire. Women flock to conferences whenever she is in their city.

Serena has been molded and shaped for ministry of such magnitude in her mother's church; however, they seem to be two totally different vessels that God uses to reach his people. Desiring to go to the next level in her ministry, Serena feels that she needs no one. She casts aside relationships that require time and effort, preferring to focus on the thousands of strangers she feels need her. Ministry becomes her life, but when she is blindsided by trials and tribulations of her own, she will need to learn hard lessons about forgiveness and family.

©2015 Lacha' M. Scott (P)2015 Recorded Books

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Didn't really keep my attention

I just couldn't seem to get into this story. It seemed to drag and be a bit boring, losing my attention during most of the book. I wanted to like it, but I just couldn't get into it. Something was missing in the writing to pull me in. Loved the narrator, she's one of my favorites.

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  • JB
  • Mobile, AL
  • 04-30-15

Well...

This book started out slow. Although I don't prefer to read about gay ppl the story did sort of climax once the gay brother entered the story. It was also refreshing to have him confess and work toward changing his life. was a good read but not worth recommending to others.