By Calvin Denson
One would think that a pastor of a church would no doubt enter the pearly gates of heaven. That is, until Pastor Grace dies and has to stand before Jesus, not prepared to give an account for his life’s deeds. He thinks he is okay because of the flourishing ministry he pastored while alive, but Jesus knows the truth because he is the truth and sentences Pastor Grace to Hades/Sheol.
Throughout Hades, Pastor Grace must learn to survive the dark souls he attracts while on the quest to find Sharia (the path to the watery place). Queen Jezebel, King Azzazel, Dagon the Demon, the Great Leviathan, and creatures that don’t exist in the natural world anymore are just a few he’s up against.
His days are numbered with the price on his head for cold water in the midst of hellish temperatures. During his journey, he comes to realize that even though he didn’t make it into heaven, he is still going to preach the gospel the way Jesus ordained him to. That is, if Satan doesn’t have anything to say about it first.