Bible drama at it's finest awaits from this author who is the only person living or dead who has ever written a full literary dramitization of the Gospel. So ejoy such lmaterial ike this: But after the people heard our King of Love reading from Isaiah they were overflowing with great wrath. Even the foul spirit of murder swiftly swept over their brows, as some real emotional hatred went around slapping those sons of Satan on their faces. For it was clear that those who had contempt against Jesus weren't children of God as He was. And it took that experience to move our Helmet of Salvation into the godly direction where He would never fear any works of the devil, or the grimy hands of any of his most ignorant servants. But, insofar as that goes, Jesus, Who once said “before Abraham was I Am,” would never really be concerned with the works of Lucifer in any way; Nor would our Hater of Immorality ever be afraid of that perverse fallen one. For it goes without saying that our Lord of All Creation knew that former archangel long before he ever thought about taking a nose dive away from the best good graces of Elohim. And it was also clear as crystal that even the messiest mess, like some messy wet soil, is just mud, and such can either be natural or spiritual, but in the end, such is still only some wet dirt, no matter how muddy it finally becomes, or how it ugly it's sloppy flows do flow.