Category: Prose

A Life Outside the Box

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I Sinned, and This is What it Looks Like

    I sinned the other day. It fits neatly in my palm. I study it. It’s red and blue, which surprises me. I expected sin to be the color of vomit or something, but nope, this one is red and blue. It’s kind of soft too, but with sharp edges. I took it to…
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June 27, 2018 0
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The One That Was Saved

  A narrative of an unnamed Bible Character   Traveling on my own down a road saturated in dust, I pause for a moment to inspect the pass that waits before me. The last thing I wanted was to be out here after dark and if it hadn’t been for my daughter’s illness, I would…
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June 4, 2018 0
The Good Samaritan

The Good Samaritan

A man traveled on his own down a road saturated in dust. The fading light numbed the already monotonous colours of the desert and urged him forward.


February 1, 2016 0
Jericho

Jericho

The city of Jericho was mighty indeed. Conquering that place, no one could ever succeed. Those walls were too high and fortified strong. To think you’d defeat it you’d have to be wrong. But there was one man who looked at things queer. He didn’t see walls that were mighty and sheer. The walls were…
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November 19, 2015 0