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message 1: by Melanie, ✞Moderator, Avid Reader, & Blogger ✞ (last edited Jan 05, 2016 12:25PM) (new)

Melanie (lovebeingvegan) | 9751 comments Mod
Authors: Feel free to post about your book(s) here. :)
Or create a new topic in this folder.

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Gabrielle Poplar | 30 comments Custodian of The Luima Legacy by Gabrielle Poplar

It's published, and it's currently awaiting the give away approval. It's a story about a man with a charge passed down through his generations. I'm tring to list a preview, I'll let you know when that happens.

message 3: by James (last edited Apr 11, 2020 03:10PM) (new)

James M. Becher (faithfuljim) | 179 comments I wrote my novels primarily as evangelistic tools (means to reach unbelievers) but I realize that they are also good reads from believers as well, though hopefully, believers will catch the vision of giving them to their unsaved friends and relatives.
My first novel is a historical fiction novel of the time of Jesus. It is:Of Such Is The Kingdom, 3rd edition in 3 Parts Of Such Is The Kingdom, 3rd edition in 3 Parts by James M. Becher
I have revised and expanded it, adding part III, which deals with the early church and may be of more interest to Christians than to non-Christians. The 2nd edition (all 3 parts) is now available in print and as an e-book. It is available in many e-reading formats including KINDLE. & also on

My 2nd novel is a gospel sci-fi (specifically, time travel) novel, Impossible Journey: A Tale of Times and Truth Impossible Journey A Tale of Times and Truth by James M. Becher It's about some future scientists (as yet unsaved) who try to put an end to evil in the world by going back to Eden to prevent the fall. They can only go so far at a time and thus they go through 6 different historical periods well chosen by me for the spiritual lessons they could convey, and at one point get pulled to their future, which is actually the start of the Biblical tribulation period.
This book is also available both in print and as an e-book in many venues including Kindle, Google Play, and Smashwords

My 3rd. novel is an American historical fiction novel, covering the years 1860 to 1909 and detailing the lives & tragedies of H.W.Longfellow, his son, & Mark Twain and how they MIGHT have eventually found fulfillment. It's The Christmas Victory The Christmas Victory by James M. Becher Full Title: The Christmas Victory, A Gem of A Sermon All Wrapped Up in A Historical Novel

Aside from both being authors, what do the lives of Henry Wadsworth. Longfellow and Mark Twain have in common? The answer is that both of their lives contained terrible tragedies from which they eventually found real hope and spiritual meaning—at least in this novel.
This novel is about my little sermon and one, even littler poem (not mine), and how, fictionally, they may have influenced and given hope to, not only the author of the poem, who happened to be non-other than Henry W. Longfellow, but also his son, Charles and another famous author, whose name was Samuel Langhorne Clemens, but who is better known as Mark Twain.

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Gabrielle Poplar | 30 comments Giveaway in progress, check it out at

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Anna Elizabeth (anna_elizabeth) I'm writing a book right's a work in progress, and barely started...but if anyone would be interested in seeing it, just email me at It's a more contemporary fantasy.

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Emily Sherwood My new book is Daughters of the King: The Single Women of the Bible. It is available right now at Smashwords and Amazon. Find out more at my web site:

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David Bergsland (david_bergsland) At present, I am finishing up the final edit of my novel about a ex-CIA back op and her ex-CIA parents. Her mother left Washington because of the lies when the Lord got a hold of her. She's now the senior pastor of a spirit-filled church and co-owner of a private back ops company with her husband in New Mexico. They are caught in the middle of a true military invasion of the Southwest as the Azecatl peoples reestablish Aztlan—the Aztec nation of the the Mexican-American border in a bold thrust on Cinco de Mayo. It's a fun ride as the only hope quickly becomes obvious. The Lord needs to move in power.

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David Bergsland (david_bergsland) I forgot to mention that I am serializing the book on "The Christian Authors of Radiqx Press". Check it out! A new chapter comes out every Tuesday morning...

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Emily Sherwood Wow- as both a Christian and an ESL teacher, that sounds really intriguing. I will have to check it out!

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Olivia Newport (olivianewport) | 10 comments My next book is Accidentally Amish, coming out in October. You can see the trailer here.

Then The Dilemma of Charlotte Farrow comes out in January. I am spiffing up the sequels to those books, getting ready to turn in manuscripts to the publishers. A busy summer!

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Jessiqua Wittman A Memoir of Love (Memoirs of Life, #1) by Jessiqua Wittman
A Memoir of Love
My book is indie because it is a little genre-bending. It has far too much "religion" for most secular publishers and too many "mature themes" for the mainstream Christian ones.
Here's the text from the back cover:

The year is 2143 C.E.
The place is an insignificant settler cell in the Damascus region. Consumed with unrest and divided by indecision, it is the perfect battlefield for the spiritual forces of a post-apocalyptic world.
The original inhabitants of this land were descendants of the ancient Hadadian kings of Damascus, but after the second Great War ended, the refugees from the destroyed population centers nearby decided to call this area their new home. The Hadadians fell easily to their following conquest. They were already weak from religious skirmishes within themselves, and the covetous refugees were far more advanced technologically.
That was all sixty years ago. This year, 2143, our year, is the period everything is going to change for the forgotten kingdom. We, the multicultural grandchildren of that history, are ripe for a social Revolution. Our Settler’s Senate Council have proved themselves incompetent as leaders time and time again, and now war is looming with our European neighbor, Charn. Our last hope is to elect a Hadadian king to take the reins of our riotous people and rule like a man again.
A Memoir of Love
Jessiqua Wittman

message 12: by David (new)

David Bergsland (david_bergsland) I understand. My book should be out soon. I've been serializing the chapters. Chapter 10 of "Daniel's Mighty Men" will be released on Tuesday morning. The first nine chapters can be found on my blog in the Daniels' Mighty Men Serialized Category. The book is about a CIA assassin who came to the Lord and became a pastor along side her husband, who was a covert ops gunsmith for the CIA. The book is focused on their daughter and how she handles helping her parents when Mexico invades and overruns New Mexico and their private black ops company.

It's a fun ride and shows a reality of Christian living that is almost never seen in Christian fiction today.

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Kathryn Hewitt (khnovels) | 7 comments Snow by Kathryn Hewitt

How do you know, at fifteen, what love and affection really mean? Ruth learned all too soon that love is commitment, and affection has a price. But who will ultimately make the commitment, and who will pay the price?

At fifteen, Ruth thought she had her life planned out. That is until she met Luke, a charming new cadet from the local military school. After entering into a seemingly harmless teenage romance, Luke's possessive attitude and subtle remarks begin to undermine Ruth's confidence, sending her into an emotional tailspin.

A beautiful young girl is suddenly lost in a grown-up world, trying desperately to hang on to a love she thought would last forever. Shattered dreams and hopeless tears become the bricks that build walls around Ruth; yet just below her broken heart, a beautiful vessel is being formed.

Join Ruth on her wedding day, five years later, as her childhood friend helps her journey back to face the demons of her past.

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Donna Crow | 8 comments Enthusiastic Christian blogger Lisa Johnson is running a series of excerpts of GLASTONBURY, A Novel of the Holy Grail, with a giveaway each week.

This week the excerpt is "Celtic Britain; The Coming of The Light"

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Barry Brophy | 7 comments Thanks for adding me. I am a new author and have publishied a novel entitled "The Weak and Foolish Things of Seattle" about a burnt out pastor searching for the meaning of ministry in the American Church. Check out my author Goodreads profile or author fan pages for more details. I look forward to networking and discussing Christianity and literature.

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Nicole | 8 comments Hi everyone! I've just published a Christian-Fiction-Fantasy book:
The Heart of Arcrea (The Arcrean Conquest, Book 1) by Nicole Sager
The story follows a medieval blacksmith on his quest to discover the legendary "Heart" of his kingdom, and is suitable for all ages.

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Donna Crow | 8 comments my GLASTONBURY, Novel of the Holy Grail, received a great new review: Donna's love of history comes to life in this over 800 page book on the legacy of the Christian faith. Beginning with Joseph of Arimathea from Biblical times and travelling 1500 years to the dissolution of the Glastonbury Abbey in 1539.
There have been many books written on the Glastonbury Abbey and the time of the early Christian church. This novel by Donna Fletcher Crow is indepth, full of visually stimulating words depicting the history of the time, and draws you into the story.
It is a LONG read. Not one of those kind of novels you take to the beach and expect to be finished before you leave. This is the type of book you snuggle in by a warm fire, and transport to the past!
This book is an epic tale, and truly a wonderful work of art!
Melanie at A Year of Jubilee Reviews
Glastonbury, A Novel of the Holy Grail by Donna Fletcher Crow

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Sarah Foster (sarahjae) | 8 comments Hello - Broken Identity will be free on Sunday and Monday, along with a giveaway here on Goodreads for the month!

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Rita Hancock | 5 comments Hi guys. My name is Rita Hancock and I'm a pain management specialist physician and an author of Christian health and wellness books. My next book is called Radical Well-being: A Biblical Guide to Overcoming Pain, Illness, and Addictions, and it's due out in March, 2013 (Siloam). It's about the mind-body-spirit connection and how emotional and spiritual conflicts can manifest as physical illness. It's also about how to overcome those conflicts to improve your physical health. If you're interested in reviewing it, please contact me at rita [dot] hancock [at] gmail [dot] com. You can also visit my FB page for the book at Blessings and thanks!

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Doug | 4 comments Leo is a shy, studious, quiet ten-year-old boy who lives with his brother and mom on Lakeside Drive. His puzzling dreams are the first indication that something unusual is about to take place in his quiet and friendly neighborhood.

When he sees the mysterious symbol from his dreams hung on the inside of the front door of his home, he realizes that things out of his dreams have begun to appear while he is wide awake. The dark-clad strangers who captured his brother, Blaine, and took him to the smoke- and stench-filled building of his dreams are now real and chasing him and his friends through the fields and streets of his neighborhood.

An explosion rocks the street where they live and brings a shocking death to two kids when Leo and his friends are forced into an empty home and threatened at knifepoint by the leader of a gang of teens.

Leo and his best friend, Amanda, search the library for ancient texts for reasons why he has been singled out by the Nephi. The Nephi at first appears to be just a tall teenager, but in dreams, he is revealed to be something far more sinister, who is trying to draw others into the enticing darkness that has already captured the gang of teens.

A magnificent winged creature from his dreams tells Leo he has been chosen to see these mysteries. The Nephi must be stopped, but he doesn’t realize he is the one picked to defeat him. What he also has yet to discover is that the Lion-horses and giants of his dreams are real and only the beginning lessons in his spiritual journey and the training that has been started for him.

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Caitlyn Santi | 815 comments Hi! I just self published a Christian romantic suspense novella! As a young adult myself, I wrote it for other young adults but I think people of all ages would enjoy it!!! I would be thrilled if you check it out!!! :D
Surrender Falls A Novella by Caitlyn Santi

message 23: by Tracy (new)

Tracy | 106 comments Hi, everyone. I just published a Kindle book which is called The Jesus Tour. A church's council is invited to attend a "ride" that will give them the ability to see the life of Christ in a new way. They view scenes from the life of Christ as if they are there and learn more about each other and themselves.
I hope to encourage people to explore the gospels through this book.

message 24: by Dana (new)

Dana | 30 comments Wow! Exciting to see so many new books coming out. Mine is a romantic suspense with Harlequin's LIS line entitled Dangerous Melody. There's a giveaway going on on this site as well. :)

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Carol McCormick | 5 comments Bestselling novel The Missing Piece (Inspirational Love Story) is .99 cents for a limited time only. Available at Amazon and Barnes and

Book Trailer:

The Missing Piece (Inspirational Love Story)  by Carol McCormick



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Pam Funke | 13 comments Operation Dark Angel was published February 2012 and embarks us on a fast-paced thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Operation Dark Angel
Operation Dark Angel by Pam Funke

Book trailer:

Currently looking for people willing to do a review.

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Dana | 30 comments Hi, all. Still figuring out the ins and outs of Goodreads! Tricky business! My new release should be on the shelves in a few days. I hope it is appropriate to post it here. :)

Stephanie Gage's father has been kidnapped—by a dangerous man who wants to make a trade. Her beloved dad for a multimillion-dollar family heirloom that's gone missing. Either Stephanie finds the valuable violin or her father dies.
video trailer

message 28: by Melanie, ✞Moderator, Avid Reader, & Blogger ✞ (new)

Melanie (lovebeingvegan) | 9751 comments Mod
Dana - Sounds like a great book! I love "Love Inspired Suspense" books! Thanks for posting about this one - added it to my wishlist! :)

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Dana | 30 comments Thanks, Melanie. I'm glad I didn't break any rules by posting here. :) Dana

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Caitlyn Santi | 815 comments Hi I just wanted to let everybody know that my Christian romantic suspense novella is free just for today (10/24) on Amazon Kindle!!! Surrender Falls A Novella by Caitlyn Santi
I would be thrilled if you wanted to leave an honest review on Goodreads and Amazon after you read it! Please and thank you in advance!!!
Thanks, Caitlyn :-)

message 31: by Nicole (new)

Nicole | 8 comments Hey everyone!

I've posted a sample of my new book The Heart of Arcrea on Goodreads! Feel free to check it out and share the link with others!

Nicole :)

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Jen | 12 comments I didn't know where else to post this so I'm doing it here....I'm looking for some people to read my stories (I currently don't have one ready to be read but hopefully will have one soon!) and who could critique them...I guess you could say I'm trying to get a critiquing group or a if you are interested...please message me with your email. :) Thanks!

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Nancy Johnson (nancylarondajohnson) | 38 comments You can enter to win a copy of my debut novel "Anticipation of the Penitent" in a giveaway from 11/13 to 11/27. This is a literary Christian speculative novel about a serial killer and his mother that puts to challenge God's promises.

Anticipation of the Penitent by Nancy LaRonda Johnson

You can also win by joining my blog!

message 34: by Pam (new)

Pam Funke | 13 comments Hi everyone! I could use some feedback on my trailers please and thank you. Also if you like them, please like them on youtube and share them. Thanks so much.

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Steve Wilson | 9 comments Thanks to anyone and everyone who helped make 'Red Sky at Morning' a nominee for the 2012 Lime Award for Excellence in Fiction! The full list of candidates can be found by linking to

Steve Wilson

Red Sky at Morning by Steve Wilson

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Norma (normajarrett) | 2 comments Just wanted to share my Christmas ebook Christmas Beau. Haven Powell refuses to spend another holiday single so she launches into project + one with the help of her sister. She (and God) have until 11:59 p.m. December 31st to deliver! Beau

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Rodney Burton | 9 comments This isn't a book mention, but a simple blog about my venture into writing.


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Vicki Lucas (vickivlucas) | 5 comments Hi, everyone! My book is a Christian YA fantasy called Toxic. You can find it at my web page at or on Amazon at I'd love to have some bloggers review it, so if you love fantasy and would like a free copy to review, let me know! :)

I also lead a Facebook group for self-published authors. Feel free to jump in here

Thanks for reading! Looking forward to getting to know you!

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Light Messages Publishing (lmpublishing) | 1 comments "Unputdownable... the epitome of a suspense thriller." That's what bloggers are saying about Five Days of Fear Five Days of Fear by David Kovach by David Kovach.

Now available for sale in paperback and e-book at all major retailers!

During a family picnic, Jessica Britton’s well-ordered world is slammed against a brutal reality and her faith is tested when her mom is kidnapped, her dad is shot, and authorities can find no clues to begin their investigation. Jessica’s own anxiety and fear for her mother’s life compel her to help FBI Agent Dan Hamilton look for motives and clues that would lead to rescuing her mom. By chance, clues begin to emerge, and the once floundering investigation speeds to a hectic race against time and criminal minds in a desperate attempt to save Jessica’s mom and the lives of many in San Francisco’s business district.

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Olivia Newport (olivianewport) | 10 comments I've heard from a few people lately who only just discovered that THE DILEMMA OF CHARLOTTE FARROW is out. If any of you read THE PURSUIT OF LUCY BANNING and want to continue the story, the second book in the series unfolds the story of Charlotte, the maid.

message 42: by Pam (last edited Feb 14, 2013 06:50AM) (new)

Pam Hillman (pamhillman) | 1 comments Valentine's Week Special: Tyndale Digital First ebooks available this week only for $1.99

Grab yours today and consider gifting all three of the Digital First ebooks listed below to someone special for Valentine's Day!

Claiming Mariah by Pam Hillman Claiming Mariah by Pam Hillman. 1880's Wyoming Territory: In light of her father’s death, Mariah Malone sends a letter that will alter the lives of her family. When Slade Donovan, strong willed and eager for vengeance, shows up on her front porch, Mariah is not ready to hear his truths: her father’s ranch, the only home she’s ever known, was bought with stolen gold. With Slade ready to collect his father’s rightful claim and force Mariah and her family out on the streets, Mariah must turn to God for guidance. Though Mr. Fredrick Cooper, a local landowner, promises to answer her financial woes if she agrees to be his bride, Mariah finds herself drawn instead to the angry young man laying claim to her home…and her heart.

Direct Buy Links for Claiming Mariah


Where Treasure Hides by Johnnie Alexander Donley Where Treasure Hides by Johnnie Alexander Donley. Artist Alison Schuyler is determined to avoid the curse that has followed her family from the Netherlands to America and back again. She’s certain that true love will only lead to tragedy—that is, until a chance meeting at Waterloo station brings Ian Devlin into her life. Alison begins to question her fear of love as World War II breaks out, separating the two and drawing each into their own battles. While Ian fights for freedom on the battlefield, Alison works to find a safe haven for Jewish children and priceless pieces of art. As time, war, and human will struggle to keep them apart, will Alison and Ian have the faith to fight for their love, or is it their fate to be separated forever?

Direct Buy Links for Where Treasure Hides


Mind of Her Own by Diana Lesire Brandmeyer Mind of Her Own by Diana Lesire Brandmeyer. Who knew making dinner could change your life? Louisa Copeland certainly didn’t. But when the George Foreman grill fell out of the pantry onto her head, resulting in a bump and a mighty case of amnesia, Louisa’s life takes a turn for the unexpected. Who was this Collin fellow, claiming she was his wife? And whose kids are those? Her name couldn’t be Louisa. Why, she was the renowned romance writer Jazz Sweet, not a Midwestern mom of three. Struggling to put the pieces together of the life she’s told she had, Louisa/Jazz may realize that some memories are better left alone.

Direct Buy Links for Mind of Her Own


Tyndale Digital First authors Johnnie Donley, Diana Brandmeyer, and Pam Hillman thank you for your time and interest in our books. We hope you decide to purchase copies for yourself, or even gift a loved one copies for Valentine’s Day!

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Tamara Shoemaker | 12 comments Just wanted to say that my Christian suspense thriller, Broken Crowns, was downloaded over 10,000 times this past weekend for its free promo. Right now, it's hanging out at #2 on Amazon's religious mysteries. Have you read it? If so, write a review!

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Tamara Shoemaker | 12 comments Laura wrote: "Tama wrote: "Just wanted to say that my Christian suspense thriller, Broken Crowns, was downloaded over 10,000 times this past weekend for its free promo. Right now, it's hanging out at #2 on Amaz..."

It's amazing what free promos will do, Laura! :) My little book actually made it to #26 in the free Kindle store. Of course, now that it's off the free list, it's back up to 10,000ish, but it's a lot better than the 300,000 it started out at! :)

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Tamara Shoemaker | 12 comments Laura wrote: "Tama wrote: "Laura wrote: "Tama wrote: "Just wanted to say that my Christian suspense thriller, Broken Crowns, was downloaded over 10,000 times this past weekend for its free promo. Right now, it'..."

Yes, definitely! Publicity muscle would be awesome, but without it, free giveaways are the way to go. :) I looked up your book, The Little Seer. It looks really interesting, and yes, it does look like we write similarly. The book I'm working on now is also suspense with a touch of thematic material in it. I'm excited about how it's turning out. :)

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Naomi Musch (naomimusch) | 7 comments Historical Women's Fiction from Desert Breeze Publishing - each available in ebook, and releasing 2013 in paperback also.
The Green Veil (Empire in Pine, #1) by Naomi Dawn Musch The Red Fury (Empire in Pine #2) by Naomi Musch The Black Rose (Empire in Pine #3) by Naomi Musch

Contemporary Romance from Black Lyon Publishing (ebook):
Heart Not Taken by Naomi Dawn Musch

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D.I. Telbat (di_telbat) | 12 comments Hi Readers!
Just letting you know that during "Read an EBook Week" all of D.I. Telbat's Christian Suspense books are on sale MARCH 3-9th at SMASHWORDS 50% off!

Dark Liaison A Christian Suspense Novel (The Coil Series, #1) by D.I. Telbat Dark Hearted (The COIL Series, #2) by D.I. Telbat Jaguar Dusk by D.I. Telbat

Check out the 5-star reviews!
Happy reading!

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Cynthia Marcano | 125 comments Eyes On Him Spring Love by Cynthia Marcano Eyes On Him: Spring Love

Follow My Blog and Visit the Fellow Author's Page if you are interested in reviews and other promotion help.

who YA reading?

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Trudy Fletcher | 1 comments just an idea...

End – Times Poem

Abomination on the wing, of temple it’s a sign
Desolations it will bring, at the end of time

Little horn has lots to say, he’ll captivate with sound,
The wing, the ear, the temple near, electric dreams abound

So many ways to take you down, subtle at the start
Games he will play, lead you astray, entice your human heart,

If his tricks fail, the gloves come off, there’s terror in the night,
Worn out you dread, the time in bed, your wits have taken flight

The next thing lost is sanity, invader in the brain
Confused you break, you cannot take, these things you can’t explain

If you’re not lost at such a cost, if you accept and know
Then real danger you will face, to choose which way to go

Dreams dig up the memories, to learn, to churn, to cry
Childhood fears, old guilt and shame, on grace you can rely

Are strangers at your open door, or lurking in the yard?
Or in your face, so scared you wake, your heart is beating hard

If splendor you behold, beauty you can’t describe
Not real, not heaven, just Hollywood – a trick, a lure, a bribe

If you suspect a scheme or plot, don’t tie yourself up in a knot
Don’t try to solve, don’t take the bait, it was foretold, your job to wait

Ugly dreams are haunting, and to live it seems so daunting
Brain sensations, itching ears, let the churches spirit hear

Or shaken awake by the quake, apocalyptic, life at stake
Oh so crazy and cartoonish, taunting you to make you foolish

If temptation does succeed, do not believe the lie,
God knows we’re weak, redemption seek, accuser you deny

Threats, instructions, you the prey, take wealth and power and life away
Such vivid dreams that you recall, reruns of your crime, your fall

Twisted words, dancing sound, tech-savey devil all around
In the garden soldiers fight, the Lord instructs, the time not right

Great prostitute, great Babylon, great city so it seems
Community, society, bound by evil schemes

False prophet is there to stir the pot, events he’ll instigate
Predicting them he will amaze - he can’t predict his fate!

Don’t be deceived, not real power, control is yours to give
And you can claim, in Jesus name, to wake, to stand, to live

Daniels ram and goat may be nine-eleven look and see
What happens next you should beware, time is short, time to prepare

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