A riveting story about love, materialism, and challenges faced by unbelievers, rich and famous. It explores the relationship dilemmas faced by Dun Rosenberg, a prominent Jew turned atheist, and his son, Alex. Both fell in love with Phyllis, who is engaged to be married to Brad Dennison, a church minister. Tragedy will befall them as choices are made and the inevitable crossing of paths occurs. Who will survive and who will forever be broken? Or will the Deliverer be able to change the destinies of their actions to produce an outcome more glorious than any of them have imagined?
The Deliverer is about temptation, worldly pleasures, privileges and Christian values. Grace Jotas book inspires you to seek godly wisdom in everything you do in life.
Ian Domecillo, Accountant,
Australian Securities and Investments Commission
As I read through Graces manuscript, I was captured by the well-developed characters. I have ministered with my husband for over thirty years, I have heard the life stories of many families. I know how complex lives can be that are lost in the depths of sin and separation from God. Grace Jota really nailed these characters. Their life story draws you in and just like our God, The Deliverer comes.
Kathy Ann DeJoy, Vice President,
Miracle Ministries, Inc., Philadelphia
Grace Jota tells a riveting story about a love triangle that leads to Gods mercy and deliverance. Grace explains how wealth and fame can come crashing down in her new book. This is a must-read for anyone who values love, family and things that matter most in life.
Debbie Cohen, Freelance Reporter, New York
The Deliverer evokes a fresh awareness to the ease by which the human spirit can find itself sucked in a whirlpool of contradictions. The author builds an invisible, three-way tension between the two major characters and shifting situations that is masterfully strummed like guitar strings. The reader will sense the unavoidable hand of God that ultimately turns near chaos to liberating deliverance.
Pastor Rudy Tan, Senior Pastor,
FCF Life Centre,
The Church on the Highway, Sydney