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CAPSTONE - HOUSE OF GOD, a sequel to the screenplay, GATES OF HELL, is a compelling drama-feature based on the real-life testimony of Everett House, an ex-mental patient, covering some of his various life encounters (many of which are spiritual in nature), and is riddled with testimonies from family, friends, and acquaintances. Upon leaving the asylum, where Everett spent years of his life and was put through hellish shock treatment (among other fiendish things), he is now given, by the help and grace of God, a second chance at life. He is also reminded of a promise made him by God that a movie would be made of his life one day which will be used to warn the world of the Biblically-prophesied MARK OF THE BEAST IN THE FOREHEAD (and which will also proclaim God's "DIVINE REMEDY" against it). Unsure of just how such a promise will ever come about, Everett chooses to trust God, despite how things seem. After finding himself hurled into a troubling "Jonah" experience, Everett makes the decision to work on what he, himself, can do (and what God is leading him to do) in the meantime, requiring that he look back at his time at the asylum and face head-on the overwhelming mountain of memories and feelings of deep anguish, devastation, and sheer horror still haunting him as lingering effects of the shock treatment. At times in his life Everett also finds himself slipping away from God and is sought out by Jesus, the Gracious Good Shepherd. But despite hardships and setbacks, Everett, as in earlier seasons, continues striving to use his musical abilities (though some times more than others) to glorify God and to bring encouragement to others.
bound: 150 pages
publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (March 21, 2017)
isbn: 154484736X, 978-1544847368,
weight: 1 pounds