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Wow. What a powerful testimony. I don't know if this is a true story or not, but you have me convinced that this happened to you. My heart really goes out to the children who suffer from these evil rituals.

You really surprised me with how you started off with the cleanliness and orderliness, and then you jumped into the darkness. Very good way of progressing and surprising the reader.

Satan may seem powerful, but praise God that the battle is his!
Very powerful story and well told. You held my interest from start to finish. So often we do not know what goes on behind closed doors.
06/07/08
At first, it upset me as to how the story progressed. That's ridiculous on my part. I would rather hide my head in the sand than admit that there are children subjected to such horrible things. I'm so glad the narrator found Jesus and He was able to transform a wounded heart. Well-written story. If it is true, were other siblings also able to find the peace that only Jesus could bring? Thank you for sharing.
06/07/08
I really don’t know what to make of this piece. It’s an excellent study in contrasts – the outer respectability leading to hidden abuse leading in turn to redemption. If it’s true, it’s very sad and accordingly a brave confession. If it’s made up, then I suspect that it could do with an end reference to your sources. Either way it’s very disturbing.
06/11/08
I assume this is fiction, but it has a very True message to all; that all is not as it seems on the outside. It's a perfect instance of You can't tell a book by it's cover. Nicely told, and written well.