An essay highlighting Victory over sin, through the Righteousness of the Messiah. This article reflects on the lives of those Redeemed from this sinful Earth, Enoch, Elijah and the twenty-four elders seated at the Throne of God (Rev 4:4)
We ask so much from God every day, and I guess i feel that we are listening but not really hearing him.I often wonder who God prays to.I want him to know we are here for him.We fight for his rest and peace for mother earth.
An essay relating to the Roles of our Messiah, seated in the Most Holy Place at the right side of God the Father. A message about the necessity of Sealing within these serious times, as God's remnant must maintain a faithful, unchanging, fixed, Sanctified relationship with the Messiah, keeping t...
"Power of Prayer" is a blog to share experiences about the power of prayer. Bear witness to how through prayer we can achieve inner peace, physical and spiritual healing.
For this reason, I would like to share my wonderful experience "As a cure for diabetes" through the power of prayer.
AdventistWheat.com: A composition regarding the present and imminent Economic depression, a revival of the 1930's Great Depression. A biblical assessment is made, comparing Current Events to God's Sealing Message.
An overview of current Events in World News, highlighting the most recent Alfred E. Smith ceremony, attended by Obama and Mccain, Cardinal Egan. A symbolic assessment regarding biblical scripture Rev 13:18 is explored in this composition.
This is story for those going through hard times.
I won't take all the credit for this.
Footsteps the poem gave me the inspired to create it.
Dannika's What do you think of heaven and hell inspired me to write it down.
(I'm always open to advice.)
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This piece i wrote in my AP English class three weeks ago, it was nominated to be the best out of the class (and won since everyone was all D: woah...) but i don't mean to brag or anything :]
So the assignment was to look at this mural outside of our school and write it as if we were this Nativ...