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THE UNICORN LANDS

(A novel by Mr. Morgan P. McCarthy)

BOOK I

 

 

 

 

 

CHAPTER I

“And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters.” Genesis 1:2.

It is written about this God: “The Lord possessed me in the beginning of his way, before his works of old. I was set up from everlasting, from the beginning, or ever the earth was. When there were no depths, I was brought forth; when there were no fountains abounding with water. Before the mountains were settled, before the hills was I brought forth: While as yet he had not made the earth, nor the fields, nor the highest part of the dust of the world. When he prepared the heavens, I was there:

when he set a compass upon the face of the depth: When he established the clouds above: when he strengthened the fountains of the deep: When he gave to the sea his decree, that the waters should not pass his commandment: when he appointed the foundations of the earth: Then I was by him, as one brought up with him: and I was daily his delight, rejoicing always before him; Rejoicing in the habitable part of his earth; and my delights were with the sons of men.” Proverbs 8:22-31. This Lord was wisdom. This Lord was the Creator. This Lord was Jesus Christ.

And this God said, “Let there be land and lands.” Behold, that which was without form and void became solid. He spoke His Word, and ground was created. In the north, great dunes of sand were wrought by this Maker, sand dunes vast and sloping, and bordered by green shade trees and pools of cool spring water and lawns of plush green grass. And there were seashores here in the sides of the north. In the east were thus wrought hills and mountains and valleys and peaks and knolls, mounds of earth big and small, and great slopes—inclines and declines—all covered in beautiful short green grass.

And there were buttes here in the east. In the south were made fields of country, stretching off beyond the horizon: vast plains of field grass, four to five feet tall, waving in the winds. And there were great plains of golden grains and green grains, fields of three-leaved clovers and fields of four-leaved clovers, gardens of horsetails and gardens of cattails here in the south—all beautiful meadows made for the cause of beauty. In the west the Maker did create gardens and parks and sanctuaries—rustic places to rest from labors and from cares; here were pumpkin patches and berry patches and gourd patches and also parks of apple orchards and of orange groves and of grapefruit groves, and also little forests of lime trees and lemon trees. And there were zephyrs in the west. And in the center of this world, in between the north and east and south and west, God made great forests of many trees—oaks and maples and box elders and weeping willows—all towering high up from the ground. The leaves of these trees never fell, and they were ever green. And there were Christmas trees here in the center of this world. And this Lord saw what He had created with land and lands, and He saw that it was very good. And the morning and the afternoon and the evening and the night were the first day of creation.

And then this God did say with His Words, “Let there be water and waters.” And the Spirit of

God that moved upon the face of the waters thereby dispersed the waters throughout and beyond this world. Great seas encircled this world outside of this world’s perimeter. One great sea lay farther north

than the northernmost point; one great sea lay farther east than the easternmost point; one great sea lay farther south than the southernmost point; and one great sea lay farther west than the westernmost point. Within the ground of this world, God made rivers of flowing waters, some that flowed across this world from one sea to another sea, some that flowed from one place to another and not connected

to a sea, some that flowed from one place in the ground and out unto a sea, some that flowed from a sea and ended in a place in the ground. Lakes of fresh still waters also came upon this new world—lakes great and small, deep and shallow, clean and refreshing—withal to drink and to cool down in. And this Maker also created creeks and healing brooks and curing streams, with flowing waters of divine remedies for sicknesses and wounds. And there came also ponds in the countryside, encircled by single-file rows of evergreen trees tall and imposing—spruces and pines and firs abounding with cones.

Also fountains and geysers and jets of steam abounded in the parks of the west. And reservoirs of water lay beneath the ground to nourish the plants of the land. And this God saw what He had made with water and waters, and He saw that it was very good. And the morning and the afternoon and the evening and the night were the second day of creation.

And God said, “Let there be sky and skies.” And the darkness that was upon the face of the deep became light. Two firmaments appeared from His Words—one firmament to rule the land and one firmament to rule the seas. A great light called “the sun of the land” shone in the firmament above the land; this sun rose in the morning in the west, and it set in the evening in the east. The other great light, called “the sun of the seas.” shone in the firmaments above the seas beyond. This sun of the seas rose in the morning in the north, and it set in the evening in the south. In the skies of the night over the ground, a full moon always shone in the north, and a quarter moon always shone in the south, and a crescent moon always shone in the east, and a new moon presided in the west. In the skies of the night

over the four seas, God did make great shows of comets and meteors and meteorites and asteroids. And

God made stars, which appeared as little white dots in the dark skies over the land. There were no stars

in the night sky over the great seas. And in the sides of the north over the land after a rainstorm in the daytime, there appeared rainbows, bows of a spectrum arching up into the sky from the ground and arching back down to the ground from the sky. Behold, this Maker-God saw what He had done with sky and skies, and He saw that it was very good. And the morning and the afternoon and the evening and the night were the third day of creation.

And God said in His spoken Words, “Let there be life and lives.” And sundry and diverse creatures began to walk the lands and swim the waters and fly the skies. Land animals such as stalking

predators and fleeing prey, meat-eaters and plant eaters, cattle and livestock, domestic animals, creepers, slitherers, hoppers, climbers, diggers, gnawers—all such animals who lived their lives on the ground were made to go forth and multiply upon the land. And water animals—all such as had gills and fins and scales—suddenly abounded in the fresh waters of the land and in the salt waters beyond the land. These creatures that swam were called “fish.” And in the skies, God did wrought that which was called “birds.” Up here were flying fowl with wings of feathers with which to ascend, to descend, to hover, to light, to lift off. And God gave them the gift of singing. The Lord saw the life and lives that He had created, and He saw that it was very good. And the morning and the afternoon and the evening and the night were the fourth day of creation. (Now in these most early days since this day of the creation of life, a beast called “the Behemoth” reigned over the lands, and a beast called “the Leviathan” reigned over the waters, and beast called “the Bird of Prey” reigned over the skies. But these three soon after were taken away by their Maker in their rebellion against God Almighty).

Then God said, “Let there be worshipers worshiping.” And he created mankind. He created man in His own image, after His likeness. Man was to have dominion over the world. God made them male and female. And men and women and boys and girls peopled the land. These were to subdue the creatures of the world and to rule over the animals of the land and sea and sky. And the sons and daughters of men began to call upon the name of the Lord. Humankind began to read the Holy Bible. Humankind began to pray to their Divine Maker. And humankind began to gather together in corporate worship and fellowship in houses of public worship. Hymns were written to honor God, and people sang these hymns. People began to tell others about Jesus the Saviour and Creator and Lord. Lost people found salvation in Him, and began to live their lives for Him. And revivals spread across this

world from coast to coast and from sea to sea because of these worshipers, men and women and children having a personal relationship with their great Creator. These born-again Christians loved and served Christ the Lord with all their heart and with all their soul and with all their mind and with all their strength. These believers loved their Maker first of all. And God saw the worshipers worshiping Him, and He saw that it was very good. And the morning and the afternoon and the evening and the night were the fifth day of creation.

And the Lord said, “Let there be unicorns.” And angels came down into the world. Unicorns were the spirits and the souls of the angels of Heaven incarnated. They excelled in strength. They did His commandments. They hearkened unto the voice of His Word. They were His hosts, His ministers, that did His pleasure. These unicorns were cherubim, seraphim, thrones, dominions, powers, principalities, archangels, and angels. And they were white or gray or brown or black or red or tawny or sorrel or tan. They all had a single horn upon their heads. They all had a full and abundant flowing mane and a bushy tail. Their unicorn eyes shone with the light of Jesus—the Son of God and God the Son. The unicorns had a most especial bond with this Jesus, for He called them to His throne to do His bidding as only angels could do. And, though mankind read in the Bible about Christ’s eternity past, only the unicorns could understand how this Christ had always been. It is written about this in Psalm 90:2, “Before the mountains were brought forth, or ever thou hadst formed the earth and the world, even from everlasting to everlasting, thou art God.” Again it is written about this in Psalm 93:2, “Thy throne is established of old; thou art from everlasting.” And in Micah 5:2 it is written about him thus, “…; whose goings forth have been of old, from everlasting.” And in John 8:58, this same Jesus said about Himself, “…, Verily, verily, I say unto you, Before Abraham was, I am.” This wise Designer saw the unicorns that He had made, and He saw that it was very good. And the morning and the afternoon and the evening and the night were the sixth day of creation.

And this wise God blessed all the works of His hands that He had spoken into creation with His

Words.

Thus did the Lord make the Unicorn Lands in six days.

And on the seventh day He rested. It is written, “Thus the heavens and the earth were finished, and all the host of them. And on the seventh day God ended his work which he had made; and he rested on the seventh day from all his work which he had made. And God blessed the seventh day, and sanctified it: because that in it he had rested from all his work which God created and made.” Genesis 2:1-3.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE UNICORN LANDS

(A novel by Mr. Morgan P. McCarthy)

BOOK I

 

 

 

 

 

CHAPTER I

“And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters.” Genesis 1:2.

It is written about this God: “The Lord possessed me in the beginning of his way, before his works of old. I was set up from everlasting, from the beginning, or ever the earth was. When there were no depths, I was brought forth; when there were no fountains abounding with water. Before the mountains were settled, before the hills was I brought forth: While as yet he had not made the earth, nor the fields, nor the highest part of the dust of the world. When he prepared the heavens, I was there:

when he set a compass upon the face of the depth: When he established the clouds above: when he strengthened the fountains of the deep: When he gave to the sea his decree, that the waters should not pass his commandment: when he appointed the foundations of the earth: Then I was by him, as one brought up with him: and I was daily his delight, rejoicing always before him; Rejoicing in the habitable part of his earth; and my delights were with the sons of men.” Proverbs 8:22-31. This Lord was wisdom. This Lord was the Creator. This Lord was Jesus Christ.

And this God said, “Let there be land and lands.” Behold, that which was without form and void became solid. He spoke His Word, and ground was created. In the north, great dunes of sand were wrought by this Maker, sand dunes vast and sloping, and bordered by green shade trees and pools of cool spring water and lawns of plush green grass. And there were seashores here in the sides of the north. In the east were thus wrought hills and mountains and valleys and peaks and knolls, mounds of earth big and small, and great slopes—inclines and declines—all covered in beautiful short green grass.

And there were buttes here in the east. In the south were made fields of country, stretching off beyond the horizon: vast plains of field grass, four to five feet tall, waving in the winds. And there were great plains of golden grains and green grains, fields of three-leaved clovers and fields of four-leaved clovers, gardens of horsetails and gardens of cattails here in the south—all beautiful meadows made for the cause of beauty. In the west the Maker did create gardens and parks and sanctuaries—rustic places to rest from labors and from cares; here were pumpkin patches and berry patches and gourd patches and also parks of apple orchards and of orange groves and of grapefruit groves, and also little forests of lime trees and lemon trees. And there were zephyrs in the west. And in the center of this world, in between the north and east and south and west, God made great forests of many trees—oaks and maples and box elders and weeping willows—all towering high up from the ground. The leaves of these trees never fell, and they were ever green. And there were Christmas trees here in the center of this world. And this Lord saw what He had created with land and lands, and He saw that it was very good. And the morning and the afternoon and the evening and the night were the first day of creation.

And then this God did say with His Words, “Let there be water and waters.” And the Spirit of

God that moved upon the face of the waters thereby dispersed the waters throughout and beyond this world. Great seas encircled this world outside of this world’s perimeter. One great sea lay farther north

than the northernmost point; one great sea lay farther east than the easternmost point; one great sea lay farther south than the southernmost point; and one great sea lay farther west than the westernmost point. Within the ground of this world, God made rivers of flowing waters, some that flowed across this world from one sea to another sea, some that flowed from one place to another and not connected

to a sea, some that flowed from one place in the ground and out unto a sea, some that flowed from a sea and ended in a place in the ground. Lakes of fresh still waters also came upon this new world—lakes great and small, deep and shallow, clean and refreshing—withal to drink and to cool down in. And this Maker also created creeks and healing brooks and curing streams, with flowing waters of divine remedies for sicknesses and wounds. And there came also ponds in the countryside, encircled by single-file rows of evergreen trees tall and imposing—spruces and pines and firs abounding with cones.

Also fountains and geysers and jets of steam abounded in the parks of the west. And reservoirs of water lay beneath the ground to nourish the plants of the land. And this God saw what He had made with water and waters, and He saw that it was very good. And the morning and the afternoon and the evening and the night were the second day of creation.

And God said, “Let there be sky and skies.” And the darkness that was upon the face of the deep became light. Two firmaments appeared from His Words—one firmament to rule the land and one firmament to rule the seas. A great light called “the sun of the land” shone in the firmament above the land; this sun rose in the morning in the west, and it set in the evening in the east. The other great light, called “the sun of the seas.” shone in the firmaments above the seas beyond. This sun of the seas rose in the morning in the north, and it set in the evening in the south. In the skies of the night over the ground, a full moon always shone in the north, and a quarter moon always shone in the south, and a crescent moon always shone in the east, and a new moon presided in the west. In the skies of the night

over the four seas, God did make great shows of comets and meteors and meteorites and asteroids. And

God made stars, which appeared as little white dots in the dark skies over the land. There were no stars

in the night sky over the great seas. And in the sides of the north over the land after a rainstorm in the daytime, there appeared rainbows, bows of a spectrum arching up into the sky from the ground and arching back down to the ground from the sky. Behold, this Maker-God saw what He had done with sky and skies, and He saw that it was very good. And the morning and the afternoon and the evening and the night were the third day of creation.

And God said in His spoken Words, “Let there be life and lives.” And sundry and diverse creatures began to walk the lands and swim the waters and fly the skies. Land animals such as stalking

predators and fleeing prey, meat-eaters and plant eaters, cattle and livestock, domestic animals, creepers, slitherers, hoppers, climbers, diggers, gnawers—all such animals who lived their lives on the ground were made to go forth and multiply upon the land. And water animals—all such as had gills and fins and scales—suddenly abounded in the fresh waters of the land and in the salt waters beyond the land. These creatures that swam were called “fish.” And in the skies, God did wrought that which was called “birds.” Up here were flying fowl with wings of feathers with which to ascend, to descend, to hover, to light, to lift off. And God gave them the gift of singing. The Lord saw the life and lives that He had created, and He saw that it was very good. And the morning and the afternoon and the evening and the night were the fourth day of creation. (Now in these most early days since this day of the creation of life, a beast called “the Behemoth” reigned over the lands, and a beast called “the Leviathan” reigned over the waters, and beast called “the Bird of Prey” reigned over the skies. But these three soon after were taken away by their Maker in their rebellion against God Almighty).

Then God said, “Let there be worshipers worshiping.” And he created mankind. He created man in His own image, after His likeness. Man was to have dominion over the world. God made them male and female. And men and women and boys and girls peopled the land. These were to subdue the creatures of the world and to rule over the animals of the land and sea and sky. And the sons and daughters of men began to call upon the name of the Lord. Humankind began to read the Holy Bible. Humankind began to pray to their Divine Maker. And humankind began to gather together in corporate worship and fellowship in houses of public worship. Hymns were written to honor God, and people sang these hymns. People began to tell others about Jesus the Saviour and Creator and Lord. Lost people found salvation in Him, and began to live their lives for Him. And revivals spread across this

world from coast to coast and from sea to sea because of these worshipers, men and women and children having a personal relationship with their great Creator. These born-again Christians loved and served Christ the Lord with all their heart and with all their soul and with all their mind and with all their strength. These believers loved their Maker first of all. And God saw the worshipers worshiping Him, and He saw that it was very good. And the morning and the afternoon and the evening and the night were the fifth day of creation.

And the Lord said, “Let there be unicorns.” And angels came down into the world. Unicorns were the spirits and the souls of the angels of Heaven incarnated. They excelled in strength. They did His commandments. They hearkened unto the voice of His Word. They were His hosts, His ministers, that did His pleasure. These unicorns were cherubim, seraphim, thrones, dominions, powers, principalities, archangels, and angels. And they were white or gray or brown or black or red or tawny or sorrel or tan. They all had a single horn upon their heads. They all had a full and abundant flowing mane and a bushy tail. Their unicorn eyes shone with the light of Jesus—the Son of God and God the Son. The unicorns had a most especial bond with this Jesus, for He called them to His throne to do His bidding as only angels could do. And, though mankind read in the Bible about Christ’s eternity past, only the unicorns could understand how this Christ had always been. It is written about this in Psalm 90:2, “Before the mountains were brought forth, or ever thou hadst formed the earth and the world, even from everlasting to everlasting, thou art God.” Again it is written about this in Psalm 93:2, “Thy throne is established of old; thou art from everlasting.” And in Micah 5:2 it is written about him thus, “…; whose goings forth have been of old, from everlasting.” And in John 8:58, this same Jesus said about Himself, “…, Verily, verily, I say unto you, Before Abraham was, I am.” This wise Designer saw the unicorns that He had made, and He saw that it was very good. And the morning and the afternoon and the evening and the night were the sixth day of creation.

And this wise God blessed all the works of His hands that He had spoken into creation with His

Words.

Thus did the Lord make the Unicorn Lands in six days.

And on the seventh day He rested. It is written, “Thus the heavens and the earth were finished, and all the host of them. And on the seventh day God ended his work which he had made; and he rested on the seventh day from all his work which he had made. And God blessed the seventh day, and sanctified it: because that in it he had rested from all his work which God created and made.” Genesis 2:1-3.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE UNICORN LANDS

(A novel by Mr. Morgan P. McCarthy)

BOOK I

 

 

 

 

 

CHAPTER I

“And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters.” Genesis 1:2.

It is written about this God: “The Lord possessed me in the beginning of his way, before his works of old. I was set up from everlasting, from the beginning, or ever the earth was. When there were no depths, I was brought forth; when there were no fountains abounding with water. Before the mountains were settled, before the hills was I brought forth: While as yet he had not made the earth, nor the fields, nor the highest part of the dust of the world. When he prepared the heavens, I was there:

when he set a compass upon the face of the depth: When he established the clouds above: when he strengthened the fountains of the deep: When he gave to the sea his decree, that the waters should not pass his commandment: when he appointed the foundations of the earth: Then I was by him, as one brought up with him: and I was daily his delight, rejoicing always before him; Rejoicing in the habitable part of his earth; and my delights were with the sons of men.” Proverbs 8:22-31. This Lord was wisdom. This Lord was the Creator. This Lord was Jesus Christ.

And this God said, “Let there be land and lands.” Behold, that which was without form and void became solid. He spoke His Word, and ground was created. In the north, great dunes of sand were wrought by this Maker, sand dunes vast and sloping, and bordered by green shade trees and pools of cool spring water and lawns of plush green grass. And there were seashores here in the sides of the north. In the east were thus wrought hills and mountains and valleys and peaks and knolls, mounds of earth big and small, and great slopes—inclines and declines—all covered in beautiful short green grass.

And there were buttes here in the east. In the south were made fields of country, stretching off beyond the horizon: vast plains of field grass, four to five feet tall, waving in the winds. And there were great plains of golden grains and green grains, fields of three-leaved clovers and fields of four-leaved clovers, gardens of horsetails and gardens of cattails here in the south—all beautiful meadows made for the cause of beauty. In the west the Maker did create gardens and parks and sanctuaries—rustic places to rest from labors and from cares; here were pumpkin patches and berry patches and gourd patches and also parks of apple orchards and of orange groves and of grapefruit groves, and also little forests of lime trees and lemon trees. And there were zephyrs in the west. And in the center of this world, in between the north and east and south and west, God made great forests of many trees—oaks and maples and box elders and weeping willows—all towering high up from the ground. The leaves of these trees never fell, and they were ever green. And there were Christmas trees here in the center of this world. And this Lord saw what He had created with land and lands, and He saw that it was very good. And the morning and the afternoon and the evening and the night were the first day of creation.

And then this God did say with His Words, “Let there be water and waters.” And the Spirit of

God that moved upon the face of the waters thereby dispersed the waters throughout and beyond this world. Great seas encircled this world outside of this world’s perimeter. One great sea lay farther north

than the northernmost point; one great sea lay farther east than the easternmost point; one great sea lay farther south than the southernmost point; and one great sea lay farther west than the westernmost point. Within the ground of this world, God made rivers of flowing waters, some that flowed across this world from one sea to another sea, some that flowed from one place to another and not connected

to a sea, some that flowed from one place in the ground and out unto a sea, some that flowed from a sea and ended in a place in the ground. Lakes of fresh still waters also came upon this new world—lakes great and small, deep and shallow, clean and refreshing—withal to drink and to cool down in. And this Maker also created creeks and healing brooks and curing streams, with flowing waters of divine remedies for sicknesses and wounds. And there came also ponds in the countryside, encircled by single-file rows of evergreen trees tall and imposing—spruces and pines and firs abounding with cones.

Also fountains and geysers and jets of steam abounded in the parks of the west. And reservoirs of water lay beneath the ground to nourish the plants of the land. And this God saw what He had made with water and waters, and He saw that it was very good. And the morning and the afternoon and the evening and the night were the second day of creation.

And God said, “Let there be sky and skies.” And the darkness that was upon the face of the deep became light. Two firmaments appeared from His Words—one firmament to rule the land and one firmament to rule the seas. A great light called “the sun of the land” shone in the firmament above the land; this sun rose in the morning in the west, and it set in the evening in the east. The other great light, called “the sun of the seas.” shone in the firmaments above the seas beyond. This sun of the seas rose in the morning in the north, and it set in the evening in the south. In the skies of the night over the ground, a full moon always shone in the north, and a quarter moon always shone in the south, and a crescent moon always shone in the east, and a new moon presided in the west. In the skies of the night

over the four seas, God did make great shows of comets and meteors and meteorites and asteroids. And

God made stars, which appeared as little white dots in the dark skies over the land. There were no stars

in the night sky over the great seas. And in the sides of the north over the land after a rainstorm in the daytime, there appeared rainbows, bows of a spectrum arching up into the sky from the ground and arching back down to the ground from the sky. Behold, this Maker-God saw what He had done with sky and skies, and He saw that it was very good. And the morning and the afternoon and the evening and the night were the third day of creation.

And God said in His spoken Words, “Let there be life and lives.” And sundry and diverse creatures began to walk the lands and swim the waters and fly the skies. Land animals such as stalking

predators and fleeing prey, meat-eaters and plant eaters, cattle and livestock, domestic animals, creepers, slitherers, hoppers, climbers, diggers, gnawers—all such animals who lived their lives on the ground were made to go forth and multiply upon the land. And water animals—all such as had gills and fins and scales—suddenly abounded in the fresh waters of the land and in the salt waters beyond the land. These creatures that swam were called “fish.” And in the skies, God did wrought that which was called “birds.” Up here were flying fowl with wings of feathers with which to ascend, to descend, to hover, to light, to lift off. And God gave them the gift of singing. The Lord saw the life and lives that He had created, and He saw that it was very good. And the morning and the afternoon and the evening and the night were the fourth day of creation. (Now in these most early days since this day of the creation of life, a beast called “the Behemoth” reigned over the lands, and a beast called “the Leviathan” reigned over the waters, and beast called “the Bird of Prey” reigned over the skies. But these three soon after were taken away by their Maker in their rebellion against God Almighty).

Then God said, “Let there be worshipers worshiping.” And he created mankind. He created man in His own image, after His likeness. Man was to have dominion over the world. God made them male and female. And men and women and boys and girls peopled the land. These were to subdue the creatures of the world and to rule over the animals of the land and sea and sky. And the sons and daughters of men began to call upon the name of the Lord. Humankind began to read the Holy Bible. Humankind began to pray to their Divine Maker. And humankind began to gather together in corporate worship and fellowship in houses of public worship. Hymns were written to honor God, and people sang these hymns. People began to tell others about Jesus the Saviour and Creator and Lord. Lost people found salvation in Him, and began to live their lives for Him. And revivals spread across this

world from coast to coast and from sea to sea because of these worshipers, men and women and children having a personal relationship with their great Creator. These born-again Christians loved and served Christ the Lord with all their heart and with all their soul and with all their mind and with all their strength. These believers loved their Maker first of all. And God saw the worshipers worshiping Him, and He saw that it was very good. And the morning and the afternoon and the evening and the night were the fifth day of creation.

And the Lord said, “Let there be unicorns.” And angels came down into the world. Unicorns were the spirits and the souls of the angels of Heaven incarnated. They excelled in strength. They did His commandments. They hearkened unto the voice of His Word. They were His hosts, His ministers, that did His pleasure. These unicorns were cherubim, seraphim, thrones, dominions, powers, principalities, archangels, and angels. And they were white or gray or brown or black or red or tawny or sorrel or tan. They all had a single horn upon their heads. They all had a full and abundant flowing mane and a bushy tail. Their unicorn eyes shone with the light of Jesus—the Son of God and God the Son. The unicorns had a most especial bond with this Jesus, for He called them to His throne to do His bidding as only angels could do. And, though mankind read in the Bible about Christ’s eternity past, only the unicorns could understand how this Christ had always been. It is written about this in Psalm 90:2, “Before the mountains were brought forth, or ever thou hadst formed the earth and the world, even from everlasting to everlasting, thou art God.” Again it is written about this in Psalm 93:2, “Thy throne is established of old; thou art from everlasting.” And in Micah 5:2 it is written about him thus, “…; whose goings forth have been of old, from everlasting.” And in John 8:58, this same Jesus said about Himself, “…, Verily, verily, I say unto you, Before Abraham was, I am.” This wise Designer saw the unicorns that He had made, and He saw that it was very good. And the morning and the afternoon and the evening and the night were the sixth day of creation.

And this wise God blessed all the works of His hands that He had spoken into creation with His

Words.

Thus did the Lord make the Unicorn Lands in six days.

And on the seventh day He rested. It is written, “Thus the heavens and the earth were finished, and all the host of them. And on the seventh day God ended his work which he had made; and he rested on the seventh day from all his work which he had made. And God blessed the seventh day, and sanctified it: because that in it he had rested from all his work which God created and made.” Genesis 2:1-3.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Submitted: May 27, 2019

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