He dropped the camera and stared at its monitor. The video paused. His face, in lustful pleasure, was frozen on the screen. Marcus grew up a gangster kid, but now he's a Priest. He's come back home to re-start a 19th century Catholic church that has been completely vandalized. He finds out the community is heavily influenced by Satanism-something Marcus intends on changing, but his past lingers and sin is in his blood. Jada is a Satanist, and she seduces Marcus. Sex is the result. Jada has a history with Marcus's brother, Louie, involving drugs, money, and murder. She plans revenge against Louie by using Marcus as bait. Daniel, an old bum who hangs in the streets with goth kids, is the reason for the urban decay; the crime and hate. He's a satanic leader and the church is his palace. When Daniel finds out a new priest has surfaced, he uses Jada to drive Marcus out by exposing the Sins of a Priest.
A child left by the side of a half dead mother, rescued by fate through the hands of a woman. A rejected stone which turned out to be the corner stone. A child of great significance with unexplainable powers of healing and an incurable killer ailment.Loved by his stepmother and the exploitation by a heartless stepfather. The countless faces that his angelic gesture has made glad, healing many and setting hope and smile in their hearts. This book shows how our very own neigbour could be the angel with all the answers to our endless worries. How faith can move moutains steered by love and goodwill. It narrates how normal and paranormal power mingles and makes the unthinkable happen. Though he's equipped with these power doing wonders he couldn't do a thing as small as healing himself which shows how nature can always control her gift to man in other words piloting our entire existence. As a child he was not accepted by the other kids, he was called names like the voodoo king, vampire child, baldie e.t.c just because of his power. As an adult, he had no friends.While his sibling enjoys life as a teenager exploiting all that he could he isolated himself from people in other not to be singled out and humiliated. He preferred total solitary. His dreams kept his hope alive that maybe, just maybe...one day there will come a new Raphae. This book is one of it's kind and i wish you don't miss it... do your thing!
The Apocalypse of Abraham is a vital source for understanding both Jewish apocalypticism and mysticism. Written anonymously soon after the destruction of the Second Jerusalem Temple, the text envisions heaven as the true place of worship and depicts Abraham as an initiate of celestial priesthood. Andrei A. Orlov focuses on the central rite of the Abraham story - the scapegoat ritual that receives a striking eschatological reinterpretation in the text. He demonstrates that the development of the sacerdotal traditions in the Apocalypse of Abraham, along with a cluster of Jewish mystical motifs, represents an important transition from Jewish apocalypticism to the symbols of early Jewish mysticism. In this way, Orlov offers unique insight into the complex world of the Jewish sacerdotal debates in the early centuries of the Common Era. The book will be of interest to scholars of early Judaism and Christianity, Old Testament studies, and Jewish mysticism and magic.
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