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The Devil in Pew Number Seven

28 Nov

“When the Lord gets ready for me to leave this church, He won’t send the message by the devil.” Robert Nichols, 1975

Rebecca never felt safe as a child.
In 1969, her father, Robert Nichols, moved with his family to Sellerstown, North Carolina, to serve as a pastor. There he found a small community eager to welcome him . . . with one exception. Glaring at him from pew number seven was a man obsessed with controlling the church and determined to get rid of anyone who stood in his way.

The first time the Nichols family received a harassing phone call, they dismissed it. The same went for the anonymous letter that threatened they’d leave “crawling or walking . . . dead or alive.” But what they couldn’t ignore was the strategy of terror their tormentor unleashed, more devastating and violent than they could have ever imagined. Refusing to be driven away, Rebecca’s father stood his ground until one night when an armed man walked into the family’s kitchen . . . and Rebecca’s life was shattered.

If anyone had reason to harbor hatred and seek personal revenge, it would be Rebecca. Yet The Devil in Pew Number Seven tells a different story. It is the amazing, true saga of relentless persecution, one family’s faith and courage in the face of it, and a daughter whose parents taught her the power of forgiveness.

 

Highly Recommended.

Forgiveness. One of the hardest things in life to do, yet the most rewarding. You HAVE to read this book. Gripping. Life-changing.

Post composed and book recommendation given by ~ Kara Hunt

 

 
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Posted by on November 28, 2014 in Book Reviews, Kara Hunt, Video Blog

 

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3 responses to “The Devil in Pew Number Seven

  1. Pegg Thomas

    November 28, 2014 at 6:59 am

    Oh, yeah. I’m going to read this one. 🙂

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  2. Jericha Kingston (@JerichaKingston)

    November 28, 2014 at 7:22 pm

    Forgiving others can be tough. Then I recall my own need of forgiveness. Thank you, Kara.

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  3. rpatchen

    November 29, 2014 at 8:40 am

    This book’s been on my list for awhile. Thanks for reminding me!

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