A Fine White Dust - Chapter 3: The Savior Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3: The Savior Summary

That evening at the revival service, if Pete hadn't been stuck in the middle of a pew, he would have left because it was hot and overcrowded. Pete was stunned when the assistant pastor, Woodrow Radford, introduced the revival pastor. It was the hitchhiker, the man with blue eyes. When the Preacher Man started speaking, it was as if Pete already knew the voice—as if he was speaking directly to him. The more he listened to him, the more Pete hungered for the Word. The Preacher Man's words touched Pete deeply. Tears brimmed in his eyes. The words, "make me Holy, Preacher Man," kept echoing in his mind. The Preacher Man seemed to have he same impact on most everyone. After the Preacher Man's sermon was over, everyone "belonged" to him. After the sermon, the Preacher Man...

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