The Least of the Least

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Waking up in a jail cell, this convicted felon smiled. He wasn’t happy about his environment, but because of the love of Jesus burning in his heart. This inspiring true story follows a Satanist’s journey as he finds the love of the One True God.

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by Wyatt Allen

God uses a 20-year prison sentence to get the attention of a hardened Satanist in this inspiring true story. 

Satanist, thief, arsonist, junkie, and convicted felon: all of these describe the days of his pre-teen and early teenage years. This inspiring true story shows how he became converted, truth seeker, servant of the Savior, clean and sober, Bible student, Christian, husband, and dad.

Once God had his heart, Wyatt Allen kept moving forward to serve the God of the heavens who pulled him from the wretchedness of his pit. Today, he continues to seek and serve His Savior as a Bible worker and evangelist.


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“Gathered along the bank of Missouri’s Gasconade River enjoying a summer picnic with my family, I relaxed in the cool breeze, indulged in the tasty food, and took a refreshing swim. Life couldn't get better than this.

Abruptly, a remote, rumbling roar interrupted my serenity. Seemingly closer and closer, louder and louder, it bellowed in the distance. I tensed. Surely it meant impending doom. What was the noise? It seemed oddly familiar, yet far from natural. Where was it coming from? What did it mean? I was bewildered and confused. When it happened again the bleariness of sleep swiftly left me. I realized what it was!

I bolted from the top bunk just in the nick of time as the count-timer buzzer suddenly yanked me from my leisurely dream. No river, no picnic, no family, just four concrete walls, a metal sink, and toilet. I stood for count just as the prison guards walked up to my cell door. Whew! That was a close call.

Taking it all in, I just smiled. I was happy, not because of my environment, but because of my incredible, miracle-filled journey that took me in search of God. I hadn't been seeking Him, but He was seeking me. He knew my heart when I didn’t know my own. When He found me as a devil-worshiping, death-metal, head-banging, suicidal fifteen-year-old and broke through the strongholds of my life, it would never be the same again.”

Table of Contents

  1. On the Run
  2. At the Nightclub
  3. Growing Up
  4. Into Trouble
  5. Rehab
  6. Detention
  7. A New Journey
  8. The Journey Continues
  9. Learning the Way
  10. Figuring It Out
  11. Radio Preaching
  12. Meanwhile
  13. Death and Hell
  14. God Wanted My Time
  15. I Believe
  16. Providence at Work
  17. Now an Adult
  18. Jail-house Religion
  19. Being Judged
  20. The Big House
  21. The Last Stop
  22. Learning and Growing
  23. Tested and Tried
  24. Reflecting
  25. Prison Jobs
  26. The Board
  27. And a Wake Up
  28. I’m Out!
  29. A Budding Relationship
  30. Our Courtship
  31. An Engaging Woman
  32. God Meant It for Good
  33. The Least of the Least
  34. Principalities and Powers
  35. Be Thou My Vision
  36. Going Forward