Curses Foiled Again 2 (see 2/27/2013) (Ch 21 270+271)

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Curses Foiled Again 2

Across the way, seated in the stands along the 3rd base line, Constance, Fanny, Daniels and AB discuss what the tangible results of this spectacle are.

“Here’s what I think Connie,” injects the man who best understands the role that Pentateuch has played in all this. “If you notice, the bread crumbled away and the wine was turned into water. Penty had poisoned both, and was going to execute everyone with Communion. God did His thing while he did that blackout, which by the way, was not just at the park or the city, and not just the US, but entire planet.”

“Yes I heard that this hemisphere world dark and the other side lost power all at once. Try to explain that way Mr. & Mrs. Atheist come on.” Connie, like all the other witnesses has seen the power of God and believes.

“And when we got power back, so did everyone else and TV’s still tuned to NBC.”

“What were those 3 white blobs we saw around,” the burning question of this fleeting day?

“I don’t think Angels appreciate being called blobs, Ace. God uses them to carry out His bidding on Earth. Now I hardly know them on a first name basis, but I’m pretty sure that MICHAEL was in charge of this one. And from what I’ve seen out at Tolentine, GABRIEL probably zapped Canisso (Vincent Wolfgram), so he was in on this and RAPHAEL may have been here to help some of those people who gobbled Communion down before they were supposed to.”

“See Ace buddy, it pays to listen to instructions,” Constance never passes up the chance to train her companion. Tragically, several dozen people, mostly those with predisposed physical problems (or it may have been their time and God allowed them to expire), died eating Penty’s poisoned portions. “They were told to wait but they figured, ‘it can’t hurt to eat this stuff now’?”

The mere thought of 40 or more thousand casualties boggles the mind. It would have been a disaster of epic proportions; unthinkable, unspeakable, inhumane, but none of that negativity entered into Pentateuch’s decision to kill a throng of innocent God seekers.

They were saved by the Father’s love.

But the one who seeks to devour was sent packing back to his  home in the lake of fire where every day is hot and every moment regretful, even more so for any of his indentured tenants, new or old.

“Pentateuch, the name I gave the Devil, has been banished for a good while, but don’t worry, he comes back later in the 1950’s. He is very effective to this day and will be until the last days.” 

Gwenny

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