James Whitaker was only seven years old when a preacher told him what he saw through the eyes of the Holy Spirit. God is preparing your heart for the downcast. He is placing in you concern for the oppressed. He will make you into a living testimony that will capture the hearts of many, and He is giving you a voice and an ainting that will captivate even the hardest of souls. You will be a warrior in the body of Christ that will cause the enemy to shudder and falter. As a child, James never gave the words much thought. But his mother, Bernice, wrote the words and kept them in her Bible. His father also kept the words burnished on his heart. Even the mother and father of his best friend Kendall ackwledged the quiet power of the preacher's words, wrote them down, and vowed never to forget them. They believed that James was destined for greatness. It was for that reason that ather power-the evil, malevolent, and unseen prince of the power of the air-also made a concerted and determined effort to change that destiny. And James, w an adult and having squandered away his Christian upbringing during his teen years, is targeted by a distraught father bent on revenge for the disappearance of his young daughter. As a result, he faces a series of destructive events that change his life and the lives of all those he cares about, including a young social worker who tries to help him.