Gabriel S. Morales (1980-Present) attended California Baptist University, where he majored in Christian Studies. He is a director, playwright, poet and the author of several short stories, including the award-winning "Prodigal of Perdition." He is currently working on a trilogy of biblical historical novels.
Crucified and dying at Jesus’ right hand, Shemaiah recounts his guilt-ridden criminal life, brutal punishment and last-minute encounter with forgiveness.
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Remember Me: A Short Story based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Great way to tell this story. It's obvious the author used "artistic license" with this character since next to nothing is known about this character but I appreciated the interesting back story. It made the (very graphic) crucifixion scenes that much more brutal.
This is such an interesting take on a story that had somehow over the years lost it's impact for me. When I read this it I felt like I was there, at Golgatha, as the main character described the horrific punishment he was going through. I got choked up as I realized what Christ went through for us. How his face was beaten beyond recognition for my sins. Mr. morales's writing made it so real for me, almost like I was hearing it for the first time. Everyone should read this story and pass it along to others. I can't wait to read more from this talented author!