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Bethlehem's Blood Bath
By Rev. Daniel F. Owsley
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In Bethlehem's Blood Bath followers of our Hero of Heroes can easily see for themselves that when Christ was taken to Egypt king Herod went absolutely nuts. And as this event is described according to new dead Sea scroll it becomes clear that millions of believers enjoy being in love with God, but not just in love, but passionately, wildly, logically, happily, joyfully and all consumingly in love with He Who ascended to places where Hell was not and descended to places where Heaven could never be. And for those who dare to read this guide to enlightenment they'll be ushered into blessed realities. And as Rod Serling use to say, the Lord's faithful few shall discover that there's a fifth dimension way beyond the things that are known to Man. And that''s an unseen place as endless as space and as timeless as infinity. And that's also the middle ground between the most marvellous light of the Gospel and the gross darkness of outer places where reprobates shall be cast into for evermore. But that dimension is also the middle zone between science and superstition, and God and the devil. And that unseen place of many unanswered questions lies between the pit of Man's most carnal fears and the peak of his spiritual knowledge. For that kind of tranquil place is a Twilight Zone kind of space, seldom found, that can only be entered through prayer alone. Some amazing bonus literature is included as well.
PROPHECY OF BLOOD CHAPTER 1 HEROD'S FOLLY 1 Once Joseph, Mary, and our future Preacher of the Beatitudes left, Herod felt betrayed and “mocked” by the three wise men; For they were supposed to report the location of Christ back to Herod once they found Him. But they were wise enough that they never did! 2 So that paranoid king of over inflated egos then swiftly issued the orders that every male child of Bethlehem had to be moved out of the picture real fast. For He wanted the death of our Priestly King so bad he could taste the agony eve. 3 Then the gusty winds of the most senseless kind of slaughter, all of a sudden began to blow some foul breezes of death's blackness, towards a large number of Bethlehem's quick fading sons that would soon perish, just as Jeremiah 31:15 sadly prophesied long ago. 4 So only a short time was fated to pass before the foretelling of infant mortality would be fulfilled; For it was written that “there would be “lamentation, and weeping, and great mourning” over those children since they would be viciously wiped out and suddenly not. 5 'Twas then the count down to a blacker than black massacre, and the kind of butchery that was only worthy of the most evil demons, that ever killed anyone by slowly driving them to the edge of insanity. 6 Thus, the most wicked spirits of carnage and mass murder were then looking forward to seeing as many children being slayed as they could. 7 Scores of infants were then quickly fated to fall by the wayside. 8 But there were a couple of cut throats within Herod's motley crew that would even end up slaying some toddlers that were much older than they were authorized to execute; For Herod firmly told them that only boys under two years of age should be wiped out. 9 Nor were those innocent ones ever going to be revenged by anyone except Jehovah; For the passing of time would see that heartless king's life fall miserably into shambles, in many ways, because he dared to try stopping God's Word from prospering where He sent it. 10 But as it was, in the meanwhile, King Herod speedily sent out some of his very best troops with some iron clad instructions for them not to spare even one living soul, of any newborn, that was found anywhere within 20 miles of the outskirts of that city of David. 11 And that wicked king told his own that their heads would roll if our future Accuser of the Accuser of the Brethren wasn't killed. CHAPTER 2 CHARGE OF DEATH 1 Then the ground thundered away under the heavy gallop of the Arabian horses that carried Herod's bloodthirsty soldiers forward into infamy. 2 For they were on a real mad mission of absolutely no mercy, or turned heads, for anyone unfortunate enough to get in their way. 3 Nor would several of those heavily armed cavalry riders ever be satisfied with sticking to their most morbid orders. 4 Neither could those blood suckers refrain from unlawfully looting that town, and defiling it's weeping mothers, once they were caught up into a murderous frenzy that only animals ever should have experienced. 5 Then the blood flowed red; And the blood flowed on; And the blood cried out, while a couple of those sarcastic brutes wiped blood over the doorposts as they dared the grim reaper to pass over like Egypt saw. 6 And so it was, that useless killing was always fated to litter the lanes of that spoiled town, while Herod sat back in his palace praying that our messiah would be among the victims of his troops crazed fury. 7 And the heavens unexpectedly shook with God's displeasure as spears and swords dipped and double dipped into the ravaged corpses of those little defenseless children that didn't see those monsters coming. 8 Then the freed souls of those broken little bodies abruptly cried out hard and long, to our Most High for vengeance that would be His. 9 And they also cried out to our eventual Avenger of the Martyrs. 10 But at the end of that most disgraceful day, large bloody piles of soiled swaddling clothes were strewn all over the place. Nor was there a distraught mother anywhere around that would ever want to wash that kind of stained laundry ever again.
Born in Detroit, Michigan in 1961, Daniel Fletcher Owsley moved to Windsor, Ontario, Canada in 1975. He presently resides there with his beautiful wife, Linda Anne Owsley, and lovely children Esther, Clay, Aaron, and Jewel. After Linda completed 3 years of Bible College, both Linda and Dan were ordained as Non Denominational evangelists in 1999, with the Wings of Love Ministries. Daniel completed a 3 year Journalism program in college, and went on to over 20 years as a marketer and salesman. Daniel’s ambitions include becoming a full time Bible fiction author, along with standing part time in the office of an evangelist until such time as the Lord reverses that order. Daniel also deeply desires to be free to travel the globe to spread the glorious good news of the gospel.
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