Memoir of Life in a Religious Cult
In 1978, as a naïve ailing 26 year old, I have a chance encounter in a Los Angeles shopping center with, a missionary named Gideon who introduced me to his dreams, desires, and deceptions. Lured by his seeming devotion to me and to God, as well as his sizzling sexuality, and yearning for a meaningful role in the world, I fell in loveboth with Gideon and the spiritual promise he was offering. What followed was a torrent of emotions, especially when I was asked to use my body to win souls for Jesus. Caught in the whirlpool of love, sacred aspiration and unbridled sexuality, I attempted to reconcile my feelings for Gideon and God with the teachings of the cults self-proclaimed prophet, Moses David.
Ultimately I learned that I had to find my own truth or lose my soul.
Tags: cult, christian cult, the family, the family cult, the family international, the children of god, family of love, non fiction, seduction, seduction memoir, heavenly seduction, david berg, moses david, flirty fishing
The author writes in a very personal way. As you read each page you feel like you�re there with her as she recollects her experiences with a religious cult. Her writing style is a pleasure to read, each page �flows� as she leads you on journey of the highs and lows of what it can be like to have your world turned upside down - yet make it through successfully to the other side. Anyone who�s been influenced by a cult, or who has loved ones who have been coerced by such organisations will likely find this book very helpful as they search for answers and for knowledge shared by one who has already been there - and then regained her freedom.
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