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The terrorist testament of John the Baptist, connected within Christianity. Read More

Tags: god, religon

This Book is about 2 Ancient Sumerian Gods that have been cast out of their Heavenly Realm because of a Prophecy and they either have the Ability to Raze the world as we know it or help save humanity and all life forms from extinction. Read More

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Comments: 4

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The Lyrical Christianity House

a gift Read More

Tags: religon

Reads: 180

Comments: 2

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On a small island in the middle of the ocean, one pastor will witness the evil of Satan and begin to doubt his own faith. Read More

Reads: 201

Comments: 2

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one sided conversation. trying to connect to God Read More

Book / Humor

April 02, 2013

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Comments: 4

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Jack Christian is a normal bloke with a normal life until the day he decides to be baptized so he can marry his girlfriend Mary. Who has the same name as his mum. Up until that day he was just a normal, (well as normal as a bloke can be… Read More

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a poem i wrote about things i don't care about. Read More

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Comments: 4

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Mackenzie and Ethan thought they were perfect, until Ethan has to reveal a secret to Mackenzie that changes everything, and sets them up for a battle like no other. Read More

Poem / Poetry

April 10, 2012

Reads: 237

Comments: 26

Shelves: 1

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I was sitting thinking and bam it just came out Read More
My first poem published, it is about the rapture, but this is just my thoughts, i'm not saying if, or when it will happen, but enjoy Read More
Why did the Lord Create Lucifer,Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse and all of other things and Most Special two worlds that come to you when you die HELL and HEAVEN and his most favorite creations HUMANS BEINGS . Read More

Tags: religon

Reads: 3154

Comments: 197

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My life up until the day my mom died had been wonderful. After she died, thats when my life fell apart. Grace Nickols had been living in a bleak existance with only her best friend to talk to after her mother died, but when Aaron Campbell is determined to befriend… Read More

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A poem I wrote in high school about a guy from greek mythology, who made wings out ofwax and flew to close to the sun. Read More

Reads: 116

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It's a poem that I wrote regarding my views on the three monkeys and their meanings. It sorted of came up after seeing my brother's new tshirt of the three skulls. Read More
Need I say more? lol, All I ask is that no offense be taken if you are in fact religious in any way shape or form. I have nothing against religion, but i do find a lot of atheist quotes humorous and since im an atheist myself, I know that… Read More
This book is really a life lessons. It is one one of the hardest subjects two talk about...gays. This story hides no secrets, nor any lies. It follows the life of two boys who are just falling in love. But they are typical teenager. This boy is not just for… Read More

Poem / Poetry

September 13, 2009

Reads: 240

Comments: 11

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my confusions over religon i dont know hwo t ospell ala or buddha so dont yell at me by the way ala musluim god if u didnt know Read More

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Comments: 1

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A song for you to always remember God :) This song I wrote on the melody of an Immediate Music song. Read More

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The meaning of Life, the question is what is your purpose for living? This single question has haunted mankind since the birth of religion, science, and even human evolution of our consciousness. Read More
Just how everyone has someone watching over them, through good times and bad. Read More

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Comments: 3

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Fictional poem about going to hell. Odd, yes, but I just wrote it because of a line that popped into my head. :) Enjoy! Lids? Read More

Tags: death, sad, hell, devil, religon

Reads: 458

Comments: 69

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Life is hard, its as simple as that. Prosperity is never acheived easily. So remeber, whenever life grabs hold of you and slaps you in the face. Today's thorn's, are tomorrow's roses. Read More

Tags: hope, purpose, religon

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Comments: 4

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Something unusual from me for a change...... Having come into contact with some disturbing viewpoints very vocally expressed over the past few years I have decided to add my own quiet voice to the argument regarding the right to freedom of expression. Especially an essay published on this site condemning… Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 09, 2008

Reads: 329

Comments: 6

Shelves: 1

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A poem about the sefish society we have created, the grab everything and stuff everyone else attitude that has prevailed since the 1980's. One thing I wish to make clear from the start is that poets often use other voices to move a narrative along. I do not agree with… Read More

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Comments: 4

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A prayer to God from an abused child.......... Read More

Poem / Poetry

September 21, 2007

Reads: 331

Comments: 3

Shelves: 1

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A summery of a graphic nightmare where reality mixes with the absurd and the horrifically surreal. A dark and twisted place where addiction rules and Jerusalem is the soundtrack to the unfolding horror..... Religon and fallen angels tempt and condem equally in this room where a final judgement is faced. Read More

Poem / Poetry

September 19, 2007

Reads: 503

Comments: 3

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A very short poem about the terorist atrocites in Northern Ireland, sadly this poem is just as relevent in todays world. This is not meant to be a political poem in anyway just a forlorn cry for peace and tolerance on all sides of any conflict. Read More
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