• The 8 Month Cycle of Demonic Conception

  • Understand How Holidays Birth Demonic Gateways
  • By: Dedric Hubbard
  • Narrated by: Ashley Nero
  • Length: 53 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 12-19-16
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Dedric Hubbard
  • 3.3 (3 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Apostle Hubbard releases another powerful book of reference in The 8 Month Cycle of Demonic Conception. He tackles the world's holidays versus God's Holy Days, and how the world's celebrations birth demonic bondages among the believers of Christ.
©2015 Dedric Hubbard (P)2016 Dedric Hubbard
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By Tahiti on 02-19-18

Nice Concept, Boring Delivery

I wanted to like this audiobook. Because of the short length, I listened all the way through. And I had a hard time doing so. The narration was boring and did not hold my attention. It’s an interesting topic, and I did find that a few parts contained interesting information, such as the explanation of the significance of eating unleavened bread, and the history behind it. I also appreciated the author’s bringing up one of my favorite Bible verses, Jeremiah 10, regarding the Christmas tree.

The narrator mispronounces lots of words, and doesn’t do the best job of articulating others. The author would do well to hire a seasoned narrator, or narrate himself.

See also Ishakamusa Barashango on this topic.

Great topic. Please figure out a way to make it more interesting and listenable. Thank you.

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