RAVENSWOOD, W.Va. — A new book about a West Virginia tragedy shows how a nightmare became hope as a young man accused of murdering his father finds hope in the spirit of Jesus Christ.
“With a trial for the murder of his father still looming in the distance … Scott Harrison brings the truth to light with his book, “Spirit and Power,” according to publicit
Details on the book: Harrison is an Army veteran who was called from the service by the breath of the Almighty. The Gospel accounts tell us Christ sent his twelve apostles out from his presence. In the Acts of the Apostles Paul was sent out from Christ’s glorified presence. Unknowingly, Scott was called from the service, being sent out directly from the glorified presence of Jesus Christ. After returning home Satan ensnared Scott, and revealed himself to Scott’s perception. Now hospitalized to treat the touch of Satan, Apostle Scott, now sees his calling in that he possesses the prophesied end times spirit if Elijah which John the Baptist possessed at Christ’s first coming. While waiting, the calling from the breath of the Almighty unlocked mysteries and secrets of the Bible to Scott’s understanding. After coming to the realization that he has been sent as a forerunner before Christ to prepare the way for His second coming,
Apostle Scott hopes to prepare the way with his book, Spirit and Power.
On the author: On Nov. 10, 2006, in Ravenswood, W.Va., Army veteran Scott Harrison was arrested and charged for the murder of his father. Subsequently, he was found to be incompetent to stand trial for the crime and admitted to a psychiatric hospital. Since his confinement Scott has studied the Bible and become a born-again Christian. Bringing the truth to light, he now tells his story hoping to restore the hearts of the fathers to their children, and the hearts of the children to their fathers as to make ready a people prepared for Christ’s second coming.
“Spirit and Power,” is available through Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble.com and Ingram.com. For interviews with the author, or review copies of his book, contact Harrison at 1-800-644-9318, ext 701, or [email protected].