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Sorcerer 
Author: James Byron Huggins 
Publisher: Whitaker House 
Pages: 389 
 
Powerful, gripping, spellbinding and at times very frightening, this book makes us aware that we are in a battle. Itís good against evil, Satan against God. As the Bible says in Ephesians 6:12 " we fight not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the powers, against the world forces of this darkness, against spiritual forces of wickedness in heavenly places." 
 
An ancient Sorcerer, Jannes, who stood against Moses, has awakened. Ex-detective Michael Thorne discovers his skeleton after moving into an old house in rural New England. He finds the remains beneath his home in a walled-up tomb. When the Sheriff comes to check, the remains are gone. This begins the mystery of how the skeleton came to be there, where it came from, where it went and how to stop the evil spirit that wants to destroy Michael Thorne. 
 
_The Sorcerer_ is a wake-up call that reminds us that the spiritual world is as real as the physical one. Though it makes for a good story, the reality is that some of these events could not have happened. The power of God is stronger than the power of Satan. We need not fear when we are walking with the Lord in obedience to His Word. This is not a book for the faint-hearted. 
 
Sandy Dalton
July 20, 2006
 

 
 

 

 
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