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Bruce And The Suns Of God

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Bruce and The Sons of God

Once there was a guy name Bruce who had 21 years of age. He lives alone in small house with his dog named Spike. Bruce is very precocious, exuberant and respected man who likes to look for the truth. He likes to wonder about the world a lot. His dog Spike is troublemaker which always urinates in the apartment and never goes outside to do so. Bruce is very skeptical about the world and especially about God which the creator of everything. He neither did nor didn’t believe that there is a God but he really did want to know. Christians told him that God is real because it’s written in the Bible. Bruce wasn’t convinced he needs ...view middle of the document...

So without warning him, Bruce went back home to do his regular day routines. That night someone knock on his door and Bruce opened it but nobody was there. The second time they knock he hurry opened the door and nobody was there again. The third time they knock Bruce got frustrated and came out outside his house. As soon as he got out his house, Bruce got a rag which is somniferous placed onto his nose and they apprehended him in a black van.
When he waked up he saw a lot of guys wearing ugly masks around him. Bruce was in total pandemonium and scared when he saw them. “We are the Sons of God”, the man said, “My name is Yahweh, I am the leader”. He talked to Bruce and told him that they knew what he was looking for and that they had the answers. Some of the clan members are unscrupulous by the way they looked at Bruce. The leader told Bruce that they are innocuous towards him. They don’t like when people have questions about God’s existence and they punish the victim but Bruce was a lucky guy who was exonerated of the punishment because of his good will. Bruce told the Yahweh that he is very versatile because he is take care of the clan and protects them. The Son of God likes to expedite the process because they are impatient. So Yahweh told Bruce all that he knows and Bruce was shock of what he heard but they told him to keep it a secret or else they will look for him and kill him. So in fairness Bruce joined the secret clan and has been there ever since serving God.

By: Luigi Garcia
College Eng
Bio/NRM
15/9/12

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