(PRWEB) December 21, 2012
United Kingdom – (December 20, 2012) – Each member of God’s family is enmeshed in a spiritual war—a war which Satan is determined to win. In his new book, Devil's Lethal Dose, Rev. Lukas Utete, author of What God says about HIV and AIDS and Identifying and breaking generational curses, exposes the Devil’s deceptions and how Christians can avoid falling into his ploy.
Life is fraught with tests, all of which will either break or strengthen a person’s character. Rev. Utete shares Bible-based insights on how to become better equipped in handling these obstacles. He also revisits the miracle of salvation and underscores its importance in the lives of every believer.
“This book is written to emphasize the fact that Salvation is through the finished work of the cross of Jesus Christ. That there is only one God who is almighty and eternal and who revealed himself through the person of Jesus Christ. Devil's Lethal Dose looks at the various ways the devil is deceiving people into believing that there are many ways of reaching God,” he says.
Incisive and compelling, Devil's Lethal Dose is both a celebration of the wonders of salvation and a guidebook that elucidates how Christians can grow stronger in their faith.
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About the Author
Lukas Utete was called to ministry when he was general sales manager of what was then the biggest Coca-cola bottling plant in Africa. He started ministry leading less than twenty people in a police camp. At the time of going to Bible College, the group had grown to 286 people.
Rev. Utete has been a Lecturer at Living Waters Bible College and Goshen International Bible School. His other books include What God says about HIV and AIDS and Identifying and breaking generational curses. He and his wife, Maria, have two adult children and eight grandchildren.
Devil's Lethal Dose * by Rev. Lukas Utete
Publication Date: November 27, 2012
Trade Paperback; £9.99; 63 pages; 978-1-4797-5135-8
Trade Hardback; £19.99; 63 pages; 978-1-4797-5136-5
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