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Revelations: There's a Light After the Lime

by Pastor Mason Betha

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0743436253, Paperback)

Imagine having it all and leaving it all behind -- to answer a higher calling...

REVELATIONS

His rise to fame was one of rap's great success stories. He had millions of fans and the prospect of multi-millions of dollars. But just as Ma#&36;e -- as he was then called -- was poised to sign a deal with Sean "Puffy" Combs' famed Bad Boy Records, he walked away.

Revelations is Mason Betha's powerful memoir about a miraculous transformation: his own -- from the material-minded Ma$e to the pastor he has become. Here, Betha reveals the rhyme and reason behind his choice to trade in his sensational music career for a richer, more spiritual one. As founder of a nondenominational movement called S.A.N.E. (Saving a Nation Endangered) Ministries, Betha has traveled throughout the country to share his messages of peace and prosperity with today's youth. Revelations is his testament to the enduring power of faith, and to the limitless possibilities in a life transformed by God's guiding hand.

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The one-time hip-hop artist describes his early life in Harlem, his success in the world of music under the auspices of Sean "Puffy" Combs, and his decision to leave the music world behind to seek a new life as an ordained pastor.

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