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Revelations: There's a Light After the Lime

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Imagine having it all and leaving it all behind -- to answer a higher calling...
REVELATIONS
His rise to fame was one of rap's great success stories. He had millions of fans and the prospect of multi-millions of dollars. But just as Ma#&36;e -- as he was then called -- was poised to sign a deal with Sean "Puffy" Combs' famed Bad Boy Records, he walked away.
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Paperback, 224 pages
Published September 16th 2003 by Atria Books (first published 2001)
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Ebony
Dec 20, 2010 Ebony rated it it was ok
Shelves: religion, hip-hop
After having read Revelations, I believe that Mason loves God and is fully converted and committed to God’s will. However, his ministry has no appeal to me. All the talk about living good to get to heaven was terribly empty. There’s no social justice at all. Christianity that merely ushers people to heaven isn’t doing anything revelatory to me. I respect him for being a God made man and not glorifying his past life like in most celebrity autobiographies, but if I had to read about him opening th ...more
Andrew Howard
May 29, 2008 Andrew Howard rated it it was amazing
When i first read this book i was very excited because i like the rapper Mase. Usually if i read a its something about it that captures my attention before i actually open the book.This book happened to be one of those books that automatically was interested in. When i began reading i Thought that it would be a lot about the music industry, and how he got famous. But his story wast far different. this story was total redemption. it explain how he struggled in life and how he returned back to hi ...more
Miabia20
Jan 22, 2008 Miabia20 rated it liked it
this book is okay, I read it but it's my mom's book.When I read it I thought mase has changed, but the next year I found out he was with badboy again. So has he changed I dont think he did.
Kunmi Ariyo
Mase said alot of true stuff in this book.U should read it.Unfortunately, i'm not sure he's following the things he preached about in the book.
Nicki
Oct 18, 2009 Nicki marked it as will-read-one-day  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: on-my-bookshelf
Has anyone seen Mase preach on his Sunday TV show?
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