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Parva Divina Comoedia. Lamentations of Possunt Habrotonum

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by: By: James Johnson III
Books with a 3 star rating  (4)
Publication Date: August 2, 2019
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 45
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Black and White
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Book Synopsis
So often I find myself missing the days that were embraced in simpler times and with simpler statutes, but gone are the days of mindless revelry and the time of this world waits for no man. Time like God is no respecter of men thus we only have so much, no so little time to ponder the eternal matters on which we base our separate lives. The truth becomes more evident with each passing day of my life that the minds of men know no boundary. So often we find ourselves contemplating the ideas that we came up with or that were set forth by the great philosophers and theologians of a more romantic era. In this brief collection of lamentations, you will see how I dive headfirst into the churning oblivion of such external matters. We as the highest among animals owe it to the world to ponder on such ideas.
Customer Comments
Ray Locklin Jr
Posted: August 18, 2019
Customer comment 3 star rating
This book was enjoyable to read and the honesty of his intention was refreshing.
Michael Hausmen
Posted: August 18, 2019
Customer comment 4 star rating
It is kind of dark and has some spelling issues but it portrays the harder parts of a of a Godly sorrow from a honest view.
Michael Hausmen
Posted: August 18, 2019
Customer comment 4 star rating
It is kind of dark and has some spelling issues but it portrays the harder parts of a of a Godly sorrow from a honest view.
Michael Hausmen
Posted: August 18, 2019
Customer comment 4 star rating
It is kind of dark and has some spelling issues but it portrays the harder parts of a of a Godly sorrow from a honest view.
About The Author
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James was born in the winter of November 1997 in the Eastern coalfields of the Appalachian Mountains where he was raised in the surrounding area Where he often felt encumbered when viewing the daily trials involving drug and alcohol abuse of his family but thanks to Christ and the ministry of Bethel Mennonite Camp James was able to avoid any of these incumbents involving drugs and alcohol that his family engaged in on a daily basis. On March 5 2016 James became an independent ordained minister under the National Association of Christian Ministers. James is also a member of the most ancient and Noble order of the Free and Accepted Masons.
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