Concordia, 1985. 188 Seiten
einige Seiten durch Feuchtigkeit leicht gewellt, einige Anstreichungen. Besitzername auf Vortitel
Doreen Irvine's remarkable story has been written at the urging of her friends, of those, who have been helped by her ministry, and of those who have heard the testimony of how God brought her out of great evil, darkness, and doubt into His wonderful light.
As "Daring Diana" she followed a life of prostitution, strip-tease, drink, drugs - and eventually witchcraft, where she became Queen of Black Witches. When freed from her sordid life and the power of demons, she became known as a trophy of grace.
Mrs. Irvine now devotes her time and energy attesting to God's love and pardon, which she experienced so richly in her life. She is also very earnest and diligent in her warnings against the evils of drugs and the occult. She believes that Christians should be alert to the wickedness all around: "How ever can we expect to reach the lost and help those in the very grip of evil if we do not know what is going on in the world today?"
In her book she writes: "The twilight zone was my first parish, the public house my first pulpit."