Winning the Battle for Your Soul – Jesus’ Teachings through Marino Restrepo
Winning the Battle for Your Soul contains some of the most extraordinary teachings that Jesus has given to the world, teachings that will profoundly alter and inform the way you see your ancestry, your past, your purpose, your future, and your very salvation. They have come to us through Marino Restrepo, hailed as one of the greatest evangelizers of our time. Formerly a wealthy Hollywood film producer steeped in serious sin and the New Age movement, he was abducted for ransom by Colombian guerilla rebels and held captive in the Amazon jungle for nearly half a year. At the beginning of his torturous kidnapping, he underwent a mystical conversion. In the span of one night, Marino was given a complete illumination of his conscience, which revealed to him the sinful state of his soul. He then endured an experience likening to his own particular judgement, and his sentence was hell. With a contrite and renewed heart, Marino received infused knowledge of divine matters, which he was later called to share with the world. Today, Marino is a Catholic lay missionary who has been preaching the Gospel message throughout the world since 1999. With the full support of his bishop, he is the founder of the Church-approved foundation, Pilgrims of Love.
From the book’s foreword by María Vallejo-Nágera, one of the most widely read authors in all of Spain and Latin America: “Our brother, Marino, can teach us a great deal, and this little book is AN AUTHENTIC JEWEL OF GOD. Through him, Jesus wishes to open our eyes to many essential, spiritual realities, and the unseen battle that surrounds us. . . My advice is that you now begin this prize of a book with the heart of a child, with a humble soul, and prepare yourself in prayer to receive some of the most amazing secrets of our God.”
Marino Restrepo’s astounding story can be found in the #1 best-selling book: The Warning: Testimonies and Prophecies of the Illumination of Conscience, also by Christine Watkins
Imprimatur: Ramón C. Argüelles, STL, Archbishop-Emeritus of Lipa