God loves you so much, that he sent his only Son to die for your sins and give you an eternity in heaven. But if you refuse to accept this free and gracious gift, he’s going to throw you into a lake of fire where you will burn for eternity. 1,066 more words
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The second of my retellings of myths involving Hades.
Sisyphus was the son of Aeolus, one of the sons of Hellen. When he was young, he set out to forge a new home for himself, and founded the city he called Ephyra, though later generations would come to call it Corinth. 1,899 more words
[A/N: Hades bothered me when I was eating dinner and I’m like, CURRY RICE IS ALL MINE, YOU CAN’T HAZ. I felt his thoughts entered mine, and he said it’s important, and he wants it done like RIGHT NOW, GIMME EXPEDITE SERVICE, but he was being gentleman and polite about it. 215 more words