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"And thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind, and with all thy strength: this is the first commandment." -Mark 12:30
First Love between the Bridegroom and His Bride was inspired by the precious Holy Spirit; therefore, all Glory goes to Jesus Christ.
First Love between the Bridegroom and His Bride's intent is to draw you into a deeper, more intimate relationship with the most beautiful King you have and will ever meet. His name is Jesus, the Son of the Living God.
The Holy Bible is used to point you to the importance of an intimate relationship with your Bridegroom (Jesus Christ) as well as maintaining daily fellowship with the wonderful Holy Spirit.
I pray the blessed Holy Spirit will impart a deep longing, hunger, and thirst for that relationship and fellowship for all who reads this book. Amen!
Parkview Manor has a secret, and eighteen-year-old Cynthia is curious! When Cynthia Holt takes a job at a former sanitarium, now operating as an assisted living center, she instantly discovers something more is occurring than simply providing the elderly with housing and care. Something very strange is going on behind the locked door of Room 913! After she is warned to stay away from the room and to not discuss it or the occupant with her co-workers, she is even more intrigued - and suspicious! Letting her curious nature guide her, she immediately begins asking questions. When she finds that Room 913 has been closed off; locked and sealed for many years, her curiosity turns to concern. Though rumors abound, no one seems inclined to talk about it. Not giving up so easily, Cynthia persists in her pursuit until she finds out the truth - or does she? "Excellent book! 5 Stars! I thought I'd figured it out, and then..." "Truly great story - unexpected ending!."
Selected from the works spreading over a decade, the poems explore the world and phenomenon of material and transformed reality that play in the depth of our being, our existence very silently: these are solitary musings captured enigma of time and space; the mirror imageries of Vedanta and modern science; living and nonliving entity; perceptions of singlehood and love, which are both way magical and ordinary; romantic and surreal; meditative and reflective of various forms and subjects in their rich interplay. Here is a different new voice that creates an aura of uncanny perceptions compel you to read them time and again, for their very mundane and extrasensory journey.
In this story, Vera dreams of riches and an easy life. Is Godfrey the "sugar daddy" for her? Her friends don't think so. The accompanying Fact File explains about AIDS and the HIV virus which causes it. The File also shows how people can avoid contracting AIDS.
A Short GOTHIC Novel
The Red Room
By H. G. Wells
The story begins with the narrator, who's standing by a fire in an unknown room, confidently announcing to a couple of rather creepy elderly people that he's never seen a ghost and is not easily frightened. These creepy people - a man with a withered arm and an older woman - warn the narrator ominously that he's doing whatever it is he's doing (we don't know the details yet) by his own choosing.
The sense of foreboding increases when another even more ghoulish old man suddenly appears. This "man with the shade" enters the room and coughs up a storm. In the midst of a tense silence, the narrator asks to be shown to the haunted room. The man with the withered arm tells him to take the candle outside the door. If the narrator wants to go to "the red room" on "this night of all nights", says the old man, he has to go alone.
The narrator doesn't seem to be phased by these warnings, gets directions from the man with the withered arm, goes out the door, picks up the candle, and leaves the others behind. After a walk up a spiral staircase, through a long, moonlit passageway, and up a small flight of stairs he finds himself at the door of the red room.
We learn from the narrator, who now feels slightly nervous, that he is in Lorraine Castle. It's been abandoned for eighteen months, since "her ladyship" left it behind. (We learn that the old people are the custodians, or caretakers, of the castle.) Apparently there have been many little incidents in this haunted, red room, dating back to the "tragic end" of a joke played by a husband on his young wife there long ago. Most recently, a young duke died while trying to spend a night in the haunted room. This news doesn't bode well for our narrator, who is trying to do just what the duke did. There is a sense of the narrator's bravado fading
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