More Than Conquerers - Superhuman

The Underground (SUPERHUMAN) Book 1
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Headed north to Washington D.C. aboard the wrong bus, Phoebe Faegen turns for help from the handsome boy seated on her left. But his instructions are strange from the start and his ability to stop a shooting with just the palm of his hand, when they arrive at their destination, too much to be believed.

Yet, life in this altered future is too dangerous to risk as a girl living on her own and so drawn into the mystery that is superhuman, Crowne Dawkins, she descends Underground into a world that with every second that passes grows more and more dangerous.

Nothing is what it seems, not her existence or his, not the threats to their lives, or the one final, horrible moment which might destroy their future forever.


“Nay, in all these things we are more than conquerors through him that loved us.” (Romans 8:37)

“By calling us ‘more than conquerors,’ Paul tells us that in Christ Jesus, we are overwhelming conquerors, victors paramount, or enormous overcomers. This word is so power-packed that one could translate it ‘a phenomenal, walloping conquering force’!” — Rick Renner, “Dressed To Kill”

When God made a promise to Abraham that his children would be as many as the sand on the seashore, He obligated Himself to fulfill that promise. Then, when Abraham consecrated Himself to sacrifice his son, Isaac, on the altar on the mountain, God provided a substitute, a ram caught in the thicket.

When God wrote the Old Covenant Law and delivered it to His people through Moses, He planned to create from it, at the appropriate time, a New and better Covenant, based on better promises, and He knew that the only way for this to happen was through a perfect, sinless sacrifice. Something no man on earth could possibly fulfill.

When God promised King David that one of His heirs would forever rule over Israel, He knew every name of the coming generations and every life they lived with every sin they’d make. He chose to send His only Son to be a son of David anyway. Through men and women full of flaws and bad choices, He obligated Himself to keep His Word.

When the Word became flesh to fulfill God’s promise, make God’s new covenant, and to become God’s forever King, it happened in a process designed by God that only He could fulfill. That was as He intended, and He had no fear for the end result, no fear for what would happen when His Son died on the cross, and no fear of a failed Resurrection.

God planned it. God executed it. God rose victorious in it. And from that Resurrection, He formed a glorious, conquering church of superhuman children, powered by the Holy Spirit who had created the world and all that was in it. The same Spirit who raised Christ from the dead now dwells in me and you because of Jesus’ death on the cross and His triumphant Resurrection.

What no man could do, God did, and we now stand on the field of victory, wearing God’s armor, so much like Christ that when the enemy looks at us, he sees Christ and can’t tell the difference.

Suzanne D. Williams, Author