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Random First Lines:Thomas Aurelius, a teenage orphaned boy, is launched from his home planet of Earth into space due to the catastrophe of the Mutated Phenomenon... » Read
The title is self-explanatory. These are my CoHF predictions. I wasn't exactly sure what category to put this under so I chose misc. If you have another suggestion, please let me know.
By Robert Rite
Was the history of mankind written in the heavens? These questions and many more are revealed in this book.
The signs that we are witnessing today and the prophecies and mysteries that have recently been fulfilled - tell us that it is most definitely time to get our spiritual house in order.
By Macaroni Mario
Shopping at Goodwill. It's a miracle what sometimes gets left in pockets.
By Don Watson
The Kingdom of God referred to in the Bible is an earthly kingdom that does not yet exist.
By Brennan Dwyer
A poem about clouds.
Poetry | Updated Dec 25, 2013 | Reads: 28 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 6
Compares a carpenter who builds homes in this life to the carpenter's Son who builds homes in the next life for all those who believe in Him.
This is about the unique experience, the first time I heard ARTPOP. It really lifted me up I had to share the experience.
OH HEAVENLY FATHER
Poetry | Updated Jul 14, 2013 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
In the hope some talented person will write hymn music to it one day?!
By Husty The Faithful
A boy who didn't receive information.
Three figures await a fourth, in the darkness of a dirty backstreet. An opening to an adventure which takes heroes as well as villains around the world in search of answers and truth, but are instead greeted with lies, hate and deceit. All troubles seem to begin and end with one single...
Candidates taking the Chinese Imperial Examinations would be confined to a cell-like room for 72 hours, allowed no communication with the outside world. The system lasted until 1912, and required extensive rote learning of the Confucian classics...
We are all saint and we are all sinners...
Please comment! - BVF
By Audrey Wilson
My third poem, this time it has a sad theme to it.