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THE SIXTH INSTALLMENT OF THE CHAOS SERIES IS NOW AVAILABLE. Two files were accidentally uploaded. This is the right one! Enjoy! https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07V9XJHX5

Patrick Higgins is the author of "The Pelican Trees", "Coffee In Manila", the award-winning "The Unannounced Christmas Visitor" and the award-winning end times series titled, "Chaos In The Blink of An Eye". When finished, it will consist of roughly twelve books.

His book "The Unannounced Christmas Visitor" won the 2018 Readers' Favorite Gold Medal in Christian fiction.

The first five installments are now available on Amazon in e-book format.

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Patrick Higgins The seeds to my latest story, "The Unannounced Christmas Visitor" were planted last November (2013), as I was reading the book of Hebrews, one of my…moreThe seeds to my latest story, "The Unannounced Christmas Visitor" were planted last November (2013), as I was reading the book of Hebrews, one of my favorite books in the Bible.

When I got to chapter 13, verse 2, a verse I was quite familiar with, God prompted me to write a novel based on that verse which reads, "Do not forget to show hospitality to strangers, for by so doing some people have shown hospitality to angels without knowing it".

Hence, this story, which takes place in a homeless community in Anywhere, USA.. (less)
Patrick Higgins Hi Kent! Sorry for the late reply. I have been buried in my writing. But now that it is published, I am catching up. Have you read it yet? It is…moreHi Kent! Sorry for the late reply. I have been buried in my writing. But now that it is published, I am catching up. Have you read it yet? It is approximately 200 pages in length...What book/s have you written?(less)
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“At the heart of racism stands Satan, not man. No one is more pleased by the racial tension in the world than God's ultimate enemy. I'm sure he marvels at how shallow we humans tend to be, by hating one another simply because of skin color! If you are a child of the Most High God and you are fighting in this war of division and hatred (even if only in thought), you are fighting for the enemy.

If this is you, you need to repent of this sin and start seeing others the way God sees them, as made in His image. If not, Satan will keep stirring your mind with thoughts that will not only further stoke the burning hatred of racism deep within you, it will put even more distance between you and the One who saw your unformed body before the foundations of the world, and knit you together in your mother's womb.”
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“Jesus had the capacity to say more in one sentence than I ever could write in an entire book.”
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“The Lord Jesus Christ is, and always has been, the Lord of all creation. Blessed are those who understand this and call Him “Lord and Savior” this side of eternity. Without exception, everyone will call Jesus, “King of kings and Lord of lords” on the other side. But by then, it will be too late. Only those who believe it on this side have eternal assurance through Him.

This may be highly debatable among men, but it;s a total non issue with the Most High God. Grace and peace y'all...”
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“My looking to Jesus brings me joy and peace, but it is God's looking to Jesus which secures my salvation - Spurgeon”
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“I was a false convert breeding other false converts; a spiritually dead sinner praying for others to be reborn, when I was just as lost as they were. The price of my foolishness has cost me dearly." Pastor Jim Simonton - "Chaos In The Blink of An Eye - Part Three: The Unveiling." #christianfiction #eschatology #end times #rapture”
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“The Lord Jesus Christ is, and always has been, the Lord of all creation. Blessed are those who understand this and call Him “Lord and Savior” this side of eternity. Without exception, everyone will call Jesus, “King of kings and Lord of lords” on the other side. But by then, it will be too late. Only those who believe it on this side have eternal assurance through Him.

This may be highly debatable among men, but it;s a total non issue with the Most High God. Grace and peace y'all...”
Patrick Higgins

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