Behind the physical lies, a spiritual realm many are unaware of, and some are too afraid to investigate. Supposed everything you heard in Sunday school was true. What you heard about the final days is happening right before your eyes. There is no way to truly prepare for the unknown, and yet, the final countdown has begun. God has begun gathering His Remnants from all over the world. Demonic forces have waged a war against heaven with the intent of destroying everything God created, while angelic forces have been commanded to fight and protect God’s chosen at all cost. This book is the first in a series. It takes you on a journey of exploring how humanity will soon be plagued by a host of supernatural calamities, wars, and rumors of wars. Only those who have faith in God will have the courage to believe in what was written centuries ago by the biblical scholars, for they know this will ultimately save them.
This book begins a story of a biblical journey about the presence of unmitigated evil being unleashed, allowing a dark and mysterious power to move freely which only God’s elect will be able to withstand.
Now adults with college behind them, life will continue to teach them the importance of past and present decisions. Promise is faced with a past she thought was behind her, only to learn that the seeds once planted will eventually break ground, sprouting up with painful memories. Reba will understand loss and the power of love. Sarah gives birth despite the gossip surrounding her pregnancy, and Melissa will learn what it takes to truly forgive.
While experience can play cruel jokes, time will unravel and show how even the elect will be torn apart in the fight for power, money, and identity. The very essence of who they are will be challenged, and to overcome, it will take everything they have to give. Each movement will have to be strategically and intentionally calculated if they are to survive what is coming next.
And the saga continues...
A collection of poems inspired to celebrate the women who've defied all odds and became a voice for those afraid to speak out. May we all find our voices, may we all listen and hear.
Racial violence continues to be a distinct part of American history and it impacts every ethnic and racial group in the United States. From expulsions to revolts, from enslavement to urban uprisings, from lynchings to police shootings. Learn your history and fight hard to assure it’s not repeated!
Every family has secrets, secrets only mentioned in the dark. They tell you what they want you to know, leaving out what was true. Momma used to say, tending a garden was a great way to learn about life. She believed God’s best-kept secrets were under heaven’s blanket. She often told me that creating a good, healthy garden would take a lot of work, like the work needed to make a good life for yourself. It would take nothing short of blood, sweat, and tears. And gardening to her was like meeting people. You had to be mindful of the weeds because they would steal and choke the life from what was good. You learned quickly that you were fighting against nature itself some days, grateful for the occasional victories. Roses, they were the actual mystery. That was the only time her eyes lit up with passion. Her love for them would become the most powerful lessons she would teach me. Momma said roses were what God used to teach us about love. Their fragrance is rich, intoxicating, and beautiful to look upon, but you must be willing to do more than look at them. They’re silky and soft, touching the depths of even the darkest soul, the soul of those brave enough to reach for them, that is. However, despite any protection or safety precautions you can take, you are bound to experience some form of pain from time to time. It’s a part of life, it’s unavoidable, and it’s part of growth.
And yet, with everything she taught me, it still didn’t prepare me for what was to come.
Men And Flowers / Book 1-The Rose
The Power Of B.O.B. (Chapter I OF 5)
The Remnants of God 3 (Meeting of The Counsel)
Devoted: Chronicles of His Bride