The Spirit of Lust Possessed Ebony

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The Pastor’s Daughter- A Book of Reality

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“It is a Christian book but the messages contained within are not aimed solely at the Christian community. At one point during a confessional, Ebony asks that we not judge her and that is something that happens all too quickly these days – people being judged and tried before they have had a chance to tell their side. The characters were developed in such a way that it was easy to identify with them and the story line is one that is all too common these days.”

-Reader’s Favorite- Anne-Marie Reynolds

“A powerful message about living in sin, redemption, forgiveness, and renewal. There were many sermon bullets that ministered to me personally.”

-Milton Kelly:Author, Freelance Writer

“I found this to be an astonishing read discussing a situation that occurred involving Ebony Rose, the pastor’s daughter. In these few pages, serious issues were discussed-& although the content was heavy, the style in which it was delivered made this a smooth flowing read.”

-D.C- Goodreads

“The Pastor’s Daughter is a testimony of what goes on in our churches today. Often times, we try to hide behind the suit and ties, the big hats and scarves, the music and so on. There’s so much that goes on in church but we’re too ashamed to call it out. Ebony was a great example of how she allowed her fleshy desires take her focus off of God. We all have sinned so there’s no room for judgment against anyone. I enjoyed reading this book and hearing Ebony’s testimony. This was an eye opener and I highly recommend everyone to read this, especially the saints.

-Author Latasha Woodstock

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The Pastor’s Daughter

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Confessions#3

How could I have allowed myself to be so naïve? Women, please don’t allow a man to inject you with lies camouflaged in truth. I’m not a home-wrecker, really I’m not. In the beginning, he told me that he and his wife were separated and that they only drove to church together to keep people out of their business. He went on to say that they were going to eventually get a divorce. I was so stupid to believe his lies. The fact that he was a minister in the church made me hold tight to every word he said.

At first he was like a friend, a mentor of some sort. Our conversations were holy in the beginning, but over time the holiness of our dialogue evaporated like a puddle of water in Texas’ heat. I was attracted to him and in that attraction; I lost sight of what’s important: my relationship with God and another thing that I cherished, my celibacy.

 

Ebony