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Troubled Waters Bayou: Are Angels Visiting Louisiana?

The Visitaion's of God's Angels, Volume 1
Length: 6 hrs and 43 mins
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In 1950s Louisiana, a priest, a rabbi, and a Choctaw Indian share a miracle that affects several tween-age, Jitterbug enthusiasts. Even the Vatican sends a proxy to investigate the rumors of angels having visited Troubled Waters Bayou. Henri Thibadeaux, our 19-year-old protagonist, accompanies his two childhood friends to a Catholic, Cajun, outdoor fish-fry dance. Henri, maimed by the albino alligator, Rougerou, as a child, struggles with his first time on the dance floor with Ms. Rebekah Molieneire. 

Henri is smitten and acquiesces to a stipulation to dating Rebekah. It's given by Gabriel, her uncle, and the exchange is that he must attend her church. Her Uncle Gabriel is also Father Gabriel, and one of the three men that experienced the first Angelic visitation. Henri is mesmerized at the enchanting, supernatural Holy Spirit Church. He finds faith, love, and redemption as he makes the decision to follow God's plan for his life's destiny. Henri also sees first-hand the spiritual battles hidden from the most brilliant minds of our time and planet. Rabbi Abraham is another that has experienced God's divine intervention. He also was at the first visitation. He holds the Monday night Bible study on the Book of Genesis. 

A popular character with the young folks of the church and community, he is well-liked for his thorough and wise teachings. He is Creole and Jewish. Through his studies he has become a Messianic Rabbi, teaching on faith in Messiah, Yeshua. He along with Enoch and Father Gabriel have built the Holy Spirit Sanctuary after their encounter with the Angels of God. 

Enoch is the third of the holy trio that was in the waters during the visitations. Now he truly knows the Creator his Choctaw mother and father told him about as a Mississippi American Indian youth. He is the quiet glue that holds the overall plan together in the community. He will explain the horrific atrocities to the Cherokee and Choctaw nations with the Indian Removal Act of the 1801.

©2016 Kevin R. Farnsworth (P)2018 Kevin R. Farnsworth

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