Stone Mountain, GA (PRWEB) August 29, 2012
The human experience is suspended between life and death; the human spirit is essentially a sensitive receiver of the energies that come from extremes of good and evil. Only problem is, the majority of people are not born with the third eye, the one that can distinguish whether anything is of the Lord or an imitative demi-urge. Enter a boy blessed with the certainty of this spiritual talent. From Tavares, Florida his psychic potential rides havoc on the peacability of his father who whips him at every opportunity. Born Again, Dead Again is Sergio Lovett’s book on heroism and spiritual warfare that rages within the fragile frame of the young prodigy…
Our hero is not spared the worst experiences. In fact, fate seems to specialize in putting him in the worst circumstances. Early on, he is told by his grandmother that he has the gift of second sight. This does not explain the fact that he knows and sees a devil in hot pursuit of his soul almost from the crib onwards. He learns to put up his defenses in the cavalry of violence that he finds himself in. He develops an amazing strength of mind, for one so young. Eventually, under the Lord’s will, he finds himself capable of breaking through the toughest circles of violence or violent fate.
As he becomes an adult, the twists and turns of his life take on a calamitous devastation. God, though, is on his side – he has been a naturally pious boy who sought the solace of Jesus Christ during nights when the devil made the worst attacks on his psyche. He thus becomes a spiritual paladin, living as one born to the discipline of Christian martial valor. Author Sergio Lovett embodies the text of this compelling book with the same spirit. Born Again, Dead Again follows this spirit through the quicksands of a temporal domain that demands such a spirit, and leads readers to a just peace, in the fullness of God’s grace.
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Born Again, Dead Again * by Sergio Lovett
Publication Date: August 14, 2012
Trade Paperback; $23.99; 164 pages; 978-1-4771-5182-2
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