‘White Angel’ By Samuel. G. Tooma

A man’s wonderful life crashes down around him, and he is suddenly thrust into a seemingly hopeless situation. With no options available, he turns to prayer. But instead of solutions to his demise, he is subjected to terrifying nightmares which include a mysterious woman in white. Are these nightmares omens of pending doom? Or are they somehow providing him clues to resurrect his life? Is the woman in white an agent of Satan leading him down the road to perdition? Or is she a messenger of God leading him to his salvation? “What should I do?” he cries.

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