Redeeming Evil

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Scott Knox is on the run from the authorities and the people who hired him to kill the Vice President. He’s a rich man, if he can figure out how to spend it without revealing his location. Now he knows only enough to be a threat.
Can Scott survive long enough to discover who is really pulling the strings?
Redeeming Evil is the second book in the Ruin & Restoration series. This series shows the possible fulfillment of great and terrible Last Days prophecies in the very near future.

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Scott Knox is on the run from the authorities and the people who hired him to kill the Vice President. He’s a rich man, if he can figure out how to spend it without revealing his location. Now he knows only enough to be a threat.

Can Scott survive long enough to discover who is really pulling the strings?

Redeeming Evil is the second book in the Ruin & Restoration series. This series shows the possible fulfillment of great and terrible Last Days prophecies in the very near future.

We know Jesus Christ is coming again. Many great things must happen to prepare the world for His coming, and many terrible things, too.

This series of action thrillers will help you understand these prophecies through the lives of the Shumway family as they live through and are affected by the fulfillment of prophecy in our day.

These books will help prepare you for the actual fulfillment of these events because . . .

If ye are prepared, ye shall not fear

“As a visual person, I enjoy the fictional perspective to prophecy. This book especially laid out how quickly everything could happen” – Lacie

“I think it’s exciting … a great thriller! But so real it’s scary.” – Teresa

“The references to prophecy are sooo interesting, particularly prophecy about other religions (Islam) that I would never have read on my own.” – Teri

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