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William D'Andrea

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About William D'Andrea

  • Birthday 08/03/1945

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  1. What I do, is not mention that there is Christian content in my writings. For genre classification, I might call some of them "Speculative, Suspense, Fiction". It's only after someone starts reading what I've written, when he or she discovers the Christian Content.
  2. "God saw all that he had made, and it was very good." (Genesis 1:31)
  3. In the Name of the Lord Jesus Christ, I ask God the Father Almighty, to send forth the Holy Spirit and cast out the devil from the home of Samantha Hopper's friend. Then she will no longer be harmed by her parents. I ask that her parents will be healthy and healed of any and all afflictions. I also ask that they will come to know the Lord Jesus as Savior. Then they will know the Truth and the Truth will set them free; according to God’s word. “In the Name of the Lord Jesus Christ. Amen.
  4. The Lord is often hard to deal with and difficult to understand. What I think we members of christianwriters.com could be doing, is praying the prayer, that is posted at the end of the article. We should first pray for every fellow member of this website of ours. Then, whoever wants, should post copies of the prayer to any of the other organizations they wish, that are mentioned. In Jesus Name. Amen.
  5. I remember reading an article once, by a man who’d read that passage in a French Bible. The word used for "meek" in the French Bible was "debonair". The "debonair" shall inherit the Earth? I mentioned this to a woman at my Church once. She laughed. "Cary Grant?" Cary Grant? How about James Bond? Shall 007 inherit the Earth? He is definitely what the English word "debonair" means; but "The World is Not Enough"? James Bond definitely does not fit the English definition of "meek". I think the original French definition must be very different from what the word
  6. In June you'll be turning 16? August 3rd will be my 76th Birthday. I wonder how many candles there would be on my birthday cake? "Take a reeeeeeealy deep breath, Uncle Bill!" When it comes to the writing, I wonder how different our outlooks will be, on elderly people's youth being restored?
  7. That That's okay. With everything being shut down, I'm in no rush. I can wait. I think it would be nice to attend a church banquet again. It's been so long I've forgot what it's like!
  8. I originally posted this message back on July 25, 2016, on a different writers website. xxxxxxxxxxxxxx I believe that I have received a message from the Lord, which He wants me to share with other Christians. The message is not only in line with Scripture. It is Scripture with some interpretations that I believe come from the Lord. The scripture is Revelation 3: 7-11. “…These are the words of him who is holy and true, who holds the key of David. What he opens no one can shut, and what he shuts no one can open. I know your deeds. See, I have placed bef
  9. Now I'm thinking that after she returns to the Senior Citizens Center with her youth restored, every other resident would ask to receive some of the blessed acorns too.
  10. Since I'm a natural comedian, everything I write contains some humor, even very dark stories. For me, writing fiction is a journey of exploration and discovery. At the beginning I have only a general idea where I'm going, and often come across some things that are totally unexpected. Also, when I'm in the middle of writing some long tale, I often think, "This is gonna be awful." But I keep on going. Then I reach a point where all the parts fall into place, and by the end the story has turned out much better than I'd expected. Since that's my way of writing, I do
  11. Then welcome to our Fellowship Wesley Southern. "Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives; the one who seeks finds; and to the one who knocks, the door will be opened." (Matthew 7: 7-8)
  12. As for Vivien living in a Senior Citizen Center, I live in a real one myself. This means that if I'm writing about a fictional one, I don't want to offend any of my real neighbors. So I'd have to be careful. Personally, I do keep to myself. I'm not nosey and I don't gossip; but there are a few here that are, and who do. In my story, Vivien might be one herself. If she has to leave the Center, the place where she'd be most likely to move, would be her daughter's home. There, she'd also be living with her granddaughter, who calls her a "Ho". Putting all these elements tog
  13. I'm really not sure where to go with this story from here. The idea of a high school girl fighting with her grandmother over a high school boy, sounds like a comedy. Grandma could still conduct the Sunday morning Bible Study at the Church; which her granddaughter and the boyfriend would both attend. As for the miraculous powers of the acorns. That's something to which I'd have to give a lot of thought. One idea I've had is that Grandma Vivien has been living in a Senior Citizens Housing Community. Now that her youth has been restored, would she be asked to leave?
  14. Okay. I'll wait to see how the story's developing, before I decide whether or not I want to join in. Thank you.
  15. I'm not sure if I'd want to take part in this, but if I do, where exactly would the Improv be posted?
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