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Wake up!

Kori E Martin 1979 (East Saint Louis IL)



Since the beginning my people have been dealing with the burden of disobedience, because of the curse of free-wil The Most High bestowed upon us this gift and because of Lucifer (the morning Star), and his deceitful plan for man's fall from Grace.

I am not and will not blame Satan, because as man we should have known better than to allow him to tempt our help-meet, She was weak, and The Most High gave us the honor of making sure that woman was with us, but we failed, and the serpent gave her the thought of being like God knowing good and evil.

We are going to have to live with this burden for a total of 5500 days, and one of The Most High's days are but 1000, and this was the covenant that He made with Adam, and he will allow him into Eden once again, but since the Fall of man and the creation of sin things would have to run it's course, and it will all reverse.

As one of many messengers of Almighty God it is my esteem honor to bring his lost children back to him. I will always be grateful for The Most High's love and His blessings, the only thing that I open my eyes for.

Let us get right with our Creator so that we can take a piece of that heavenly inheritance.

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For the opportunity to be the voice of the lost souls who are looking for redemption!

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Written on August 24, 2021

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Kori E Martin

Minister husband and father has been a writer for a long time since my adolescent years. I am fortytwo year's old. more…

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