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Sunshine: Daughter of Sacrifice

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This true story illustrates not only the reality of a nineteen-year-old girl ritually sacrificed by a satanic cult and how the power of the occult has reached even into our own governement, it is also a mother's story that will inspire, uplift and motivate you to greater commitment and devotion.
Kindle Edition, 216 pages
Published 1993 by cornerstone Publising company; 1st edition (1993)
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Omitusa Oluwafemi
The book gives the story of a girl named Sunshine, who was killed for her love for Christ. She was undaunted by the threats of Satanists. She stood her ground saying, ''I will not do anything that will jeopardize my relationship with Christ''.

I was really challenged by the courage of this teenager. After reading it, I asked myself, ''Am I willing to lay down my life for Christ? Will I stand up for Him? These questions should also ring in the hearts of every Christian.
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