PRLog - Oct. 2, 2012 - Except now.
With the release of Leander Jackie Grogan’s new bestseller,Exorcism At Midnight [Hardback Edition],Christians are forced to take on the troublesome, enigmatic subject of modern-day possession, with no spiritual rock under which they might run and hide.
What happens when a young minister comes face to face with pure, unadulterated evil, only to discover that neither his seminary training nor rock-solid faith are enough to rescue his wife from the dark side? When the storm is raging and evil is on the rampage, love conquers all...or does it?
Demon possession is a never ending topic of discussion that extends beyond faith, denomination, and creed. Even with Jesus performing exorcisms in the Bible, the debate rages on as to whether demon possession continues in our modern day society.
On February 19, 2002, interest heightened even more when the late Pope John Paul II confirmed he had been involved in three exorcisms. Before he died, he was trying to get the official office of exorcists restored to the priesthood. This was at least part of the impetus behind the official exorcism training of priests in Baltimore in 2010.
Grogan takes us deep behind the scenes of a modern-day exorcism. We rub our hands across the smooth silver face of a sacred St. Benedict metal used to ward off evil and tremble as the cool holy water infuses your pores. But inundated by the strong stench of demon-infested bowels and bloodcurdling screams, we know better than to let down our guard.
Exorcism At Midnight [Hardback Edition] is a mind-boggling fictional journey for Christians who are unwavering in their search for truth. It is an uncomfortable, insightful, unrelenting march into darkness to find the glorious light.
Pray for Pastor Rodney Coleman. Pray for a bird choir that sings melodious songs of victory. Pray that an old wounded buffalo will be renewed in strength. Pray that the sun will stand still long enough to shine a glorious light from heaven. Pray that evil will be forced to retreat to the darkest corner of hell.