Roaring Thunder

Lily Among Thorns Song of Solomon 2:2 In The Last Days 2nd Peter 3:3

Shape Up And Fly Right Chapter 2


Hold On page 102

“Please try and hold on. I only have six more months to go, and then I am out of here. And I can help you once I’m on the outside. You must try and hold on till then. Please let me help you.”

No Use page 102

Distressed by the idea of refusing his empathetic request, I replied, “I don’t know if I can survive one more hour. Let alone six more months. We both know it’s no use.”

Speak The Truth page 102

I just knew by his expression he knew me to speak the truth and even so, and with this being my regrettable reality, I quickly turned back round before his adoring eyes would change my resolve.

Thunder Was In Heaven

Psalms 77:18, The voice of thy thunder was in heaven: the

lightnings lightened the world: the earth

trembled and shook.


Roaring Thunder

Shape Up And Fly Right, Chapter 2, Pages 102, 103.

“I Love you Lily.”

Consumed by grief knowing that if I should ever look back now it would virtually be impossible for me to ever leave him behind, I pressed down on the door handle knowing full well I knew I was setting myself up for no less than an emotional and physical upheaval.

Running out into the night, the alarms instantaneously began to sound off all around me. Soon enough I heard dogs backing in the near distance and guards yelling out frantically trying to contain the situation. I in the meantime was desperately trying to make my way into the cover of the tall golden ripe corn stalks. My tears seemingly never ended with the prospect of a lifetime of heartache before me, and once I was safely hidden from the meddlesome guards. I took a short-lived shy of relief and kept on running with a thankful heart unto the Lord for my trusty old leather jacket to help keep out the chilly night air. I also noticed as the sights and sounds of the commotion grew fainter into the distance, I began to grow more acquainted with my surroundings. With the skies above overcast and hanging low, I thought it to be the perfect metaphor for my overall gloomy life story.

I Left Caleb page 103

When I left Caleb behind.With tears of anguish, I’d seek out God’s never- failing love and found comfort in knowing I could always count on my heavenly Father to see me through yet another disastrous experience I call my life.

Cornfield After Cornfield page 103

There I was , running through cornfield after cornfield crying my heart out, because I was forced to leave my beloved behind.

Take Refuge page 103

I really don’t know how long I was running or crying, but when it became almost pure agony to take just one more step and all signs of civilization had seemingly disappeared along with my tears of anguish, I decided to stay put and take refuge under an imposing age-old tree.

Sounds of roaring thunder from above

Going from bad to worse, chapter 3, page 104


The sounds of roaring thunder from above had shockingly awakened me up right out of a sound sleep. Looking up passed the treetops, lighting began flashing across the night sky. With it came thoughts of this wicked world as it is written in 2nd Thessalonians

2: 8,  And then shall that Wicked be revealed, whom the Lord shall consume with the spirit of his mouth, and shall destroy with the brightness of his coming.

Holy Scriptures, King James Bible

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