I hope readers see that God still does miracles today and is still on His throne
Longwood, FL (Vocus) May 29, 2010
Xulon Press author Eddy Colin stood with a gun in his hands, hoping to kill himself—but before he could pull the trigger, God intervened. A true miracle took place in his life that day, and although he had been bound down by the devil for 26 years with an addiction to cocaine, he was cured miraculously by God. Now, with the release of his new book, My Struggles, My Bondage and My Freedom and Deliverance ($11.99, paperback, 978-1-61579-864-3), he embarks on a quest to help rescue others from the bondage of the adversary in this world.
“I hope readers see that God still does miracles today and is still on His throne,” the author says. “And our prayers will get answered as my prayers got answered when I got delivered.”
After coming to God, Colin was made aware of the fact that the greatest storm known to man was just on the horizon. He says that God gave him the direction to the only shelter known to man in order to survive the coming storm. “I’ve had revelations from God clearly on my new journey, and I know this book will be used by God to deliver many with its contents,” he explains.
Eddy Colin currently resides in Denver, Colorado.
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