Book: The Wrath of Jeremy by Stephen Andrew Salamoncategories: Book, Thriller, God, Forgive, Forgiveness, Devil, Lucifer, End of Days, Angels, Demons, Dark, Mental Ward, Jesus, Shroud, Blood, Hell, Satan
Stephen Andrew Salamonabout this book: The Wrath of Jeremy is about ‘hope’ and ‘forgiveness’. It reaches into the depth of the human and spiritual realm and begs to answer the question, “Can God forgive just anyone?” I was inspired to write this book, actually, when I questioned my childhood priest about a subject matter that was bothering me back in grade school. “Will God forgive a killer?” All he said was if the person deeply wants forgiveness, then ‘yes.’ So I took the worst of the worst and tapped into this question; the Devil. And, tied it into just exactly ‘What the heck happened before Lucifer fell?’ What did he do? All we were told was he defied him, and used his powers against him. But how? And why? What triggered it? Where did this evil suddenly come from? So, my subconscious answered it.
The most difficult part of writing this book, after months of research, was actually writing down the name ‘Lucifer’. It is a name that I never say, and never write down. But I got through it.
Forgiveness is always in the air, but what I’ve learned from writing this, is no matter how much you want forgiveness, your feet must be cleaned for heaven. Insane as it may sound, if you truly seek forgiveness, it is a start, but in order to clean your feet, you must make things right.
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