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Most are good, yet some are bad. What will happen when Alice receives more power than she should?
By Austin Browning
So if you are broken, if you do not love me, then the fault must be here, in your heart, where all your emotions are born.
Contemplating about why we have this feeling of guilt
Bound to the Holy Ghost
Miscellaneous | Updated Apr 23, 2015 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
There exists incredible history that once lived, but was purposely destroyed long ago. One such story barely whispers today. If it werenâ€™t for a mosaic recently discovered at an archaeological excavation in Thrace, the world would have never known the truth.
Theodora Apsimar was the...
A Christian poem of faith.
Hello kind people. If you have absolutely nothing better to do with your time, have a read. The genre is what i would like to label 'fictional revisionist history'. Emperors Tiberius III and Justinian II are the only actual historical figures here.
The main character in this book is presented...
A document on the connection between religion psychology and physics.
By Lady Jewells
Decided to step forward and let the spirit in me Breathe.. To be so loving and positive is a blessing that comes from walking with Spirit.
Essay | Updated Mar 17, 2015 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Earl Chambers
Christians believe that our universe is haunted; there is Someone there.
I already have this poem published on another site. I like it because it is so simple. Booksie says that the name The Book is taken. Since I have already published it I cannot really change the name. So I will try to rename The Book (Also published at Poetry.com).
Greg gets high on 'Holy Water' and then the Gang decides to
Panda Moo a Chinese takeout/ 50's Burger joint hybrid.
And things go terribly wrong.
A Christian based poem, which describes the fall of Lucifer (Satan or the Devil), from Heaven. [Reference: Isaiah 14:12-21 and Ezekiel 28:12-18]
Paul gives us a great example of humility. Even in the longest self introduction of all his epistles, Paul keeps the focus where it should be.
Not only can we survive in times of stress but we can thrive. Just follow these instructions we find in Paul's letter to the church at Phillipi.