As far as Christian literature is concerned John Milton's "Paradise Lost" is a masterpiece of the ages and is a must read for any believer. For this poet rolls up his sleeves and uses the most imaginative kind of descriptions to paint a picture of Man's fall from grace. 'Tis a work of love, a work of sadness, and enlightenment, as much as it's a work that's filled with the kind of understanding that very few men have ever had. It's also a work that is far above all other works when it comes to being able to bring the reader into the darkest abbys, and into the pressence of chaos with the purpose of keeping people from such horrid confusion. 'Tis therefore some literature that's ageless, some literature that shines, and some writting that goes far beyond anything that's ever been written insofar as it's unique ability to help the reader to gain some useful insight into the beginning of the human race and what the fall of Adam meant to it's fate. 'Tis additionally a very wise work that overflows with the kind of wisdom that even king Solomon would have been envious over. For this is far more than classic literature at it's best since it greatly aids our Lord's faithful few in being able to understand the vile nature of the evil one, Satan. Therefore this is a work of passion, a poem of teaching, and a book that's world famous due to it's genius. Nor can anyone who dares to go on this literary journey ever be able to deny that Milton has done for Christian writting what William Shakespere did for stage plays. And by the time someone finishes this wonder of spectacular literature they shall easily see that both of those authors loved to use irony as a vehicle that would transpord any reader into a place where very few have ever gone before. So daare yourselves to enter into a world of hellish flames, a world of angelic epiphanies, and a relm of supernatural like only God Himself could have designed. And sit back and buckle on up as the following pages are turned. For this is the one extremely sucessful book that every poet all throughout the last four hundred years has looked to as a shining example of some extraordinary prose. Neither can anyone reading this story of shame and pain ever be able to look at their very own lives without having a great deal of thankfulness within their souls. For this epic of brimstone and stinky sulphur allows the most horrid fires of Hell to shine the light of thheir flickering flames towards the blazing light of Redemption Incarnate, our Lord Jesus Christ Almighty. And as this work of works is pondered many answers to many questions become self evident. And as people are blessed with the anointed words of this priceless is full of the kind of wisdom that would have made King Solomon envious. And it's a very sure thing that anyone with an e-reader needs to own this marvelous marvel of Christian literature since it was this work alone that first put the word splendid into splendour. Nor can anyone wh reads this ork ever fail to realize that when Christ spoke of His living water that He knew very well that He would be pouring that all over this God ordained written blessing. And if anyone ever drinks of such they shall never thirst again. Nor is it difficult for anyone with eyes to see that this tale is like a supernova amongst great literature that shines within the darkness of Man's very own ignorance. So don't miss out on the greatest offering on the internt..... And remember that while the opptomist and pessomist argue over whether a glass is half full or half empty that the opportunist comes along and drinks it right down to end their stupid bickering..
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May 23, 2012
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