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Daniel: The Man Who Saw Tomorrow--Chapter 5

DANIEL LAY TOSSING on his couch, restlessly watching the stars crawl slowly past the cracks in the ventilation grille just below the wood-planked ceiling of his bedroom. 2,715 more words

Fiction

A King in the field

Con’t – The Second Pew

Daniel 4:37 Now I, Nebuchadnezzar, praise, exalt and honor the King of heaven, for all His works are true and His ways just, and He is able to humble those who walk in pride.” 421 more words

Second Pew

Daniel: The Man Who Saw Tomorrow--Chapter 4

STILL IN SHOCK from what he had witnessed in the court that morning, Daniel walked with Lamech, his superior, along Aibur Shabu—the Processional Way. At fifty-pace intervals, sputtering oil lamps burned atop ten-cubit poles. 2,416 more words

Fiction

Enter Heart

In his rage, Nebuchadnezzar ordered the furnace to be heated seven times more than usual and had some of the strongest men in his army bind Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego and cast them into the white-hot furnace.   322 more words

Progressive Catholic

God in the Fire

Be assured that God joins us in the fire!

King Nebuchadnezzar sees not three men in the fire but four!  And the fourth one looks like a son of God. 29 more words

St. Procopius Abbey

Rotoscoping, Paint, and extreme highlights - All in one shot!

Apologies for not updating the blog in a long time, I’ve been sorting out the FYP trailer submission and getting ready for the full film……. I also bought Titanfall. 336 more words

Daniel: The Man Who Saw Tomorrow--Chapter 3

THE HIGH WINDOWS of the imperial throne room framed hard, blue squares of Chaldean summer sky, and sunlight glistened on the glazed bricks of the facade behind the dais. 2,542 more words

Fiction