Proof (#01 in Great Awakenings Series)
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When Harrison Shaw, a young aspiring attorney, wins the coveted internship to celebrated New York attorney J.K. Jarves, he thinks his future is set. But when unsettling truths come to light, Harrison is forced to choose between success and his Christian faith. And when Harrison comes between Jarves and his beautiful yet infuriating daughter, Jarves unleashes an unholy barrage that threatens Harrison and everything he holds dear, even taking his beloved church to court.In a gripping courtroom drama, Jarves calls the Holy Spirit to the stand to testify to the validity of the spiritual movement sweeping America, and Harrison finds himself forced to produce the Holy Spirit in court or suffer an embarrassing defeat that could threaten not only the current revival but Christianity in America. Inspired by actual revival events, this first book in a series of four explores the personal and spiritual upheaval that occurs when the Holy Spirit stirs the waters of our souls.
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