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Angelic Party…!

Written for those who feel unlucky and 'cheated' by life's circumstances, this innovative blend of fiction and inspiration by Funmi Adebayo teaches that the outcome of a man's life is not a function of his circumstances but his decisions.

Written for those who feel unlucky and ‘cheated’ by life’s circumstances, this innovative blend of fiction and inspiration by Funmi Adebayo teaches that the outcome of a man’s life is not a function of his circumstances but his decisions.

“Holy! Holy!! Holy!!!
Worthy is the King who sits on the throne forever!
The whole earth is filled with Your glory”,

the Cherubim cry.

Suddenly from nowhere, some euphoric music fills the air with loud blasts of trumpets and clanging of cymbals! The sweet music is slow, fast, mid-tempo and upbeat at the same time.

Besides, it has attributes of all music genres known to the human mind: jazz, classical, disco, rhythm and blues, Afro beat, reggae, country music, and others yet unknown and undiscovered on earth.

An army of Cherubim emerge and suddenly begin to dance hysterically before Him, with such extreme excitement never once imagined on earth!

Aquila sets the golden vial down before Jesus, opens it, and takes a bow before His throne as though seeking His permission before disappearing briefly to join the party. He knows the compelling presence of Jesus would attract him back as a magnet as soon as his attention is needed.

The open vial smokes and Jesus smells the fragrance, as the angels rock and frolic – rising, falling and rolling energetically before His throne with unimaginable dancing styles:

They jump,
They roll,
They twist,
They ‘split’!

In an exotic performance of… Read more

About Funmi Adebayo

Funmi is a Content Creator and Digital Marketer. She helps Professionals and Startups enhance their online visibility, thereby improving their lead generation and conversion rates. When she's not working, she's busy listening to classical music whilst reading or writing another blog post, poem or devotional.

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This entry was posted on October 5, 2013 by in Book Excerpts/Previews, Devotional, Fiction, Journals and Fiction and tagged , , , , , , , .
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