"The Hidden Church... REVEALED"
by Loretta Owens
As Sophie drove along the road, she marveled at the beauty of the
mountains; the grass was still green, and the flowers were in full bloom even
though the snow was starting to cover them up. She was amazed as the
snowflakes dropped. She started out on a clear day, but now the sky was
dark and the temperature had dropped below freezing. The wind was
howling and the visibility was dim. The snowflakes were hideous little faces,
bouncing off the windshield. She thought that there was nothing more
beautiful than a flower in the snow, but snow at the end of May was unusual.
When Sophie had left the cabin a half-hour ago, the weather was 60 degrees;
now it was 20 degrees.
It is good that this car has heat, she thought. She was wearing only a
thin, knee-length, sleeveless black dress underneath a spring coat. As she
became more nervous, sweat began pouring from her forehead. The God
thought was still in the back of Sophia’s mind. When it became dark like
midnight, she thought about what was written in the bible. Even though, she
tried to believe there was nothing to it. Because it was only 11:a.m. all of
these thoughts going through her mind frightened her. As she leaned toward
the steering wheel, trying to see out of the fogged-up windshield, it looked
as if the sun would never shine again.
Fear started to grip her. It would take a miracle to get out of this storm
alive, she thought. Sophie, get a hold of yourself. There’s no such thing as
miracles or God. Anything that can’t be proven isn’t real. As she continued
to drive, her mind flashed back to her nanny, Julia, who had raised her since
she was a baby.
Julia was like a second mother to Sophie. She always gave
hugs, something Sophie’s mother and father never did. For some
Julie called Sophie, “Sophia.” Sophie’s mother did not like it when Julia
called her daughter another name.
In this novel of Good against Evil, Satan vs. God: two people are
engaged in a battle against Evil itself. As Sophie and Brian join together,
they are pitted against the forces of darkness while trying to survive in an
Intriguing, compelling, exciting and thought provoking;
Church will have secular and non-secular readers enthralled with the
of this book. It will surely leave you with a different view of God.
GNN – “A MUST Read.”