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Lambs of the Lie
Lambs of the Lie
Author: Lissa Halls Johnson
ISBN-13: 9780800752514
ISBN-10: 0800752511
Publication Date: 7/1987
Pages: 192
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Publisher: Fleming H Revell Co
Book Type: Paperback
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[from the back cover:]

"Her name's Deanna," Jeff told her. "And she's a special one. I know God called her to be part of the Flock."

Deanna cocked her head in confusion and looked at Jeff. "The Flock?"

Debbie squeezed Deanna's hands, then let them fall to her sides. "The Flock, the Family, whatever you want to call it! The place where God speaks and God lives. The place where everyone finds what they are looking for!"

Lambs of the Lie tells the story of Jeff Bradley and Deanna Clark, two high school juniors. Ignored by their parents, both basked in the radiant love of Shep and the children of his Flock. Jeff and Deanna devoted themselves to serving their Shepherd wholeheartedly. They were willing to forsake their families and future plans. How much more sacrifice would their commitment to the Flock require?

Lissa Halls Johnson is the author of 'Something to Live For' and 'No Other Choice.' She and her family live Anthioch, California.