The Importance Of Horror Story

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Senior classes were given the assignment to write a horror story and allowed no restriction. As soon as I heard of this assignment I thought, “Yes! Finally my chance to show people how gory and gruesome of things I can imagine!” I told my youth minister of this assignment and the next thing he said was, “That sounds ungodly”. I started thinking and realized how ungodly it really was. Then, he told me, “You should write about the rapture and the people that will be left behind, now that’s scary.” I told him it was. I continued to think and decided I was going to write my horror story about after the rapture happens and the things that will be taking place during the seven years Satan reigns on the Earth. I knew I couldn’t write seven pages …show more content…
We have to follow ALL in order to get God’s blessings. We get blessed anyways because no one is perfect and although we follow God and get saved, we still all sin and fall short of the glory of God (Romans 3:23), no matter age, sex, race, or size (Romans 10:12). Although we all sin and fall short, we should still try our best to live how Jesus did (1 John 2:6, Luke 6:46). As Christians, we are supposed to praise and worship God in all that we do (Psalm 33:1). Worship and praising something, in this case, God, isn’t only singing songs about Him, bowing down to a cross, or praying. It is so much more extreme and extravagant than these minute actions. It is letting His light shine from us in all that we do. In church, of course, our homes, school, and anywhere you are seen. If we keep our lights from the world and only praise God in secret, we are hiding the fact that we do worship God and believe in Him. Christians do not hide their …show more content…
In the Bible, Daniel stood firm on his faith in God and people did not like it. Daniel’s punishment was being thrown in a den of lions. The purpose of being thrown in a den of lions was so the lions would kill Daniel and eat him. Because Daniel stood for God and didn’t fall under pressure of man, God shut the mouths of the lions. God spared Daniel’s life because he was a man of God. Also, Daniel had no fear of the lion. He had the faith in God that He would protect him. God tells us to fear nothing except Him (Proverbs 15:33, Psalm 23:4). God tells us if we only have the faith as small as a mustard seed, we can move mountains (Matthew 17:20). I, personally, believe that faith is believing without seeing. We can’t physically see God but we can see Him in everything. Every morning when we wake is a blessing. It shows God’s mercy. Every breath we take is a gift from God. God’s mercy is shown to us all throughout the Bible. Starting in Genesis, the first man and woman God had made, sinned and God could have struck them down at that moment. But, because God is loving and forgiving, God showed Adam and Eve mercy although they did Him wrong. Cain killed Abel but, in return, God did not kill Cain. Although God did put a curse on Cain, God showed him mercy by not taking his life. God put mercy in the eyes of the Pharaoh when Joseph interpreted his dreams. Pharaoh did not have to be grateful of Joseph. Pharaoh

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