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I, Jetebais

I, Jetebais

by Robert Martin Bishop

ASIN: B071XF2RZB

Publisher Toplink Publishing, LLC

Published in Christian Books & Bibles/Bibles, Self-Help

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A fallen angel regrets his decision to leave heaven and now feels only remorse. His only desire is to write this confession, expose Satan, and save humanity from him and his legions.

Sample Chapter

Open shame, O Lord, falls on us, our kings, our officials

and our ancestors, because we have sinned against you. To the Lord

our God belong mercy and forgiveness, for we have rebelled against him.

Daniel 9:8-9

By way of exordium, I tell you that I cling to these few words given to Daniel, and though he wrote them down for neither me nor others of my kind, my brethren, still they were meant for children of The Father, were they not? Yet I have no right to Daniel’s inspiration. I have no claim to mercy nor forgiveness, for my own rebellion defies such words.

Indeed, I am the Rebellion. The murderous agony you, humankind, has at once caused and endured through your entire history is mine. I carry it. I suffer it. I kindled it! I nurtured it, as you would avidly tend a favored grove of fruit trees, pruning and fertilizing to achieve the sweetest, deadliest harvest, an ingathering of blood and pleasure, a cold, sadistic, Bacchanalian celebration of human mortification and decay. This is our Eucharist, the elements of agony and anguish prepared and consecrated by me! So it remains for my brethren. Not for me. No longer for me.

And here I am come to this, my confession: the least I can do and all I have to offer. The irony of mankind as my confessor is not lost on me, nor is the unlikelihood of forgiveness, though so driven am I to seek it, to plead for it or finally to achieve an end -- the damnation I deserve and once so assiduously sought for you. If by that road I could deliver you from us, I would walk it willingly.

May these brazen words of repentance reach you and may the one, true Confessor choose to hear. I first betrayed Him. Then you. And now a third.

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Author Profile

Robert Martin Bishop

Robert Martin Bishop

Robert Martin Bishop was born in 1953 in Brooklyn, New York, where he lived with his parents and two older siblings. His father was a Lutheran Pastor and his mother was a teacher. His fondest memories of life in Brooklyn consist of his daily roller skating on the local play street and trick-or-treating with his sister. In those days, little kids could walk safely from house to house, block after block, something that is impossible today especially in cities. Still, even then, he remembers his mother telling him that she had to inspect any apples that people might give to trick-or-treaters because there were some “bad people” who would put razor blades in them. Other than “look both ways crossing the street” and “don’t talk to strangers,” there were no other worries – except that the bags of candy could get pretty heavy.

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