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The Outlaw Preacher #2020

The Outlaw Preacher Ride from darkness to light with the legendary Nine Ball of the notorious Doomsayer s Motorcycle Club as evil relentlessly pursues his soul Hang on from the gates of Folsom prison to the streets of So

  • Title: The Outlaw Preacher
  • Author: John W. Andrews
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 357
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Outlaw Preacher By John W. Andrews, Ride from darkness to light with the legendary Nine Ball of the notorious Doomsayer s Motorcycle Club as evil relentlessly pursues his soul Hang on from the gates of Folsom prison to the streets of Southern California as this outlaw biker struggles to break free from his life as a violent marauder to answer the call of God Once you re in there s no turning back so grabRide from darkness to light with the legendary Nine Ball of the notorious Doomsayer s Motorcycle Club as evil relentlessly pursues his soul Hang on from the gates of Folsom prison to the streets of Southern California as this outlaw biker struggles to break free from his life as a violent marauder to answer the call of God Once you re in there s no turning back so grab your helmet, you ll need it

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    1. WOW I was able to get a free digital download of this from a Facebook post What a find This was a VERY real look at leading a Godly life in the everyday world Faced with adversity from every angle, the Outlaw Preacher kept praising God and seeking him It really made me see how much better I can be doing when facing much smaller problems I cried a few times, but won t spoil the book All I can say, is that there are no coincidences, just God s hand at work There was just one small bit towards the [...]

    2. A man who found Jesus and took Bible classes while in prison was released He served time for a crime that he didn t commit to cover for the gang that he joined previously Now, he wants to follow God where ever He leads.I liked that the character still struggled with thinking like a criminal but did the right thing I have two clippings from this book on my kindle Yet, I felt that the author keeps putting messages for the reader in the story rather than letting the story convey the message I had o [...]

    3. I read other reviews to compare my feelings for a book and how other readers felt I noticed that a couple of readers said it was stereotypical, as if stereotypical was something bad.My feeling is if we can be streotypical followers of Jesus in the way he wants, that s a very good thing.The other negative comment about the book was it was too religious Time and again, the author made the point that it wasn t about religion, but about Jesus who is the way and the lightHO, the negative writers didn [...]

    4. This come to Jesus story could not have been so on point in my life right now Some of the life lessons in the book about faith, fear, and trusting God couldn t have come at a better time The vernacular current story was like life in a sense jumps around, pauses, quick starts, reflections, etc This book would be good for someone struggling to come to grips with the call of ministry and you feel unworthy.

    5. An awesome read As a Christian and a bike lover this was a moving book for me James the main character in the book found Jesus in prison and came out teaching the word As he goes through things he learns and teachers about the Christian way of life I couldn t lay the book down and can t wait to read the next book in the 3 book series

    6. Just finished reading this on my Kindle I was surprised how much I enjoyed this book, since I am a polar opposite of a male motorcycle outlaw It is a book to get you thinking and believing in Christ the Saviour I m sure that was his purpose However, I think you will enjoy it even if you believe otherwise In many ways it reminds me of Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance.

    7. This book has a little bit of everything It keeps you engaged and interested while making you think at the same time Uplifting and inspiring I could not put it down and was a little sad that it ended If the 2nd is as good as the 1st I will be looking for the third one when I am done

    8. Exciting, enjoyable, and Verse filled a very unusual combo Cast is sinners, saved by Grace, doing their best to do better than before sounds like church people to me Re reading TTS enabled eBook 2012 Love the series Hope there ll be Recommended

    9. The Outlaw Preacher was an enjoyable read It was a quick read, and some of the storyline felt too contrived, but overall it hung together The Gospel was presented clearly on several occasions.

    10. Let s just get this out of the way, when Ma tells you that you have to read a book you read the book I didn t have time to read a non review book I was drowning in review books I was behind on reading the books But Ma said it, and amazingly enough I did it don t get use to it Ma And I m so glad I did Don t get me wrong, it wasn t perfect but oh the biscuits it was good The Outlaw Preacher was just that, a book about an ex con biker outlaw who found Christ and stood out on faith to attempt to ref [...]

    11. I very much enjoyed the book I have done enough travel in CA that I recognized highways, cities and sites which brought back memories of my own There was a wonderful mix of bad guy turned good, biker talk, Jesus talk and free spiritedness The story was quite believable and not without terrible tragedy I grew up in a trucking family, so the author won early points with me by referring to truckers as, the unsung heroes of the world s supply chain At one point James was, The Truck Whisperer.As Jame [...]

    12. This book is not for everyone It is for anyone who has struggled with the meaning of being a true Christian and the forgiveness of sins.This is a Christian FictionJames was convicted of a crime he did not commit but instead of proclaiming his innocence to the rafters, he served three years During that time he grew to know the Lord He became not only a Christian but an ordained preacher before obtaining his freedom The story begins with his release from prison The reader is given James background [...]

    13. Whoa for the steroetypes First off, everyone who rides a motorcycle, let alone a Harley is a bad ass We are not all in biker gangs and are not all outlaws And if God calls you whatever your circumstance to preach, it doesn t matter your history It doesn t matter, because it doesn t matter to God I just didn t like this book.

    14. PhenomenonalI didn t know what to expect, but the first chapter had me hooked James the outlaw preacher has found Christ and he can explain Gods love better than anyone If you like to live others testimonies by seeing how they live before Christ and then see the changes, I highly recommend this book I can t wait to start the next one in the series.

    15. stereo typical, over judgmental, hypocritical, over religious and religion zealous forced myself to finish the book still didn t like it.

    16. Awesome book I would definitely read this book again This book will make you smile, laugh and cry While reading this book I couldn t put it down until the end

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