"Neither give place to the devil." (Eph 4:27)
"You accepted Christ without repentance. That's why you could keep cult materials in the drawer and the Bible on the desk. Your former cult members call you DeBoss; your church members call you Pastor."
The Queen roared. Her voice rumbled as in a dark cave. Soon, a croaky voice came on. "He's still our man, though a traitor."
Many Christians believe the devil exists only on the pages of the Bible. Many collect items associated with the devil or Satan worship; call them Artifacts. Many more believe their earlier romance with the devil is over. Forget it The enemy never gives up. He searches for a way to recapture his former captive: an opening through sin, or a link through his patented items.
Track Down provides insight into how the Devil latches on to people's ignorance--not sin this time--to frustrate deserters who take up arms against his kingdom by preaching Christ.
This is not about Satanism or demonism, but real life spiritual experience that beclouds the intellect.