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Thought for
the Week

"For even if I could conceive that I had completely overcome pride, I would probably be proud
of my humility."
Ben Franklin

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The Devil and Pastor Gus is a suspenseful and—at times—quite humorous satire.

Martin Luther is quoted as saying, "The best way to drive out the devil, if he will not yield to texts of Scripture, is to jeer and flout him, for he cannot bear scorn."

And that's the purpose of The Devil & Pastor Gus: to ridicule the Devil in a way I hope is both entertaining and thought-provoking.

Read reviews of The Devil and Pastor Gus on the Reviews page or at Amazon. The twenty-four Amazon reviews have a 4.4 star average rating.

Here's the latest one:
Pastor Gus Gospello is a lovable pastor going through a mid-life crisis, happily married but childless, who wants more than anything to leave a legacy. It is that desire that opens him up to the temptation of striking a deal with the devil, aka B.L.ZeBubb.

The Devil and Pastor Gus is a whimsical allegory on the Bible's book of Job. It is filled with subtle and not so subtle humor while also engaging the reader with the significant subjects of temptation, faith, and forgiveness. It is a very enjoyable story that entertains and explores the spiritual realm in which we all live.

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A big brotherly hug to all of my world-wide guests, no matter where you live. I hope you enjoy your visit and come again soon.

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