The biggest rescue mission in existence

Torres, Eduardo

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PO Box 409020 Ione CA 95640 The Biggest Rescue Mission in existence I came across the psycic order of life through my section 8 home neghbors who had no address and had incest and racism in their families. I planned to expose them to their illegal counterpart home which they spy on with respect to drugs and human trafficking that lead me on to believe they were Law enforcement. I sometimes still think they are law enforcement due to their very organized psycic order but I see all of them are undercover and get their hands dirty. Murder, drugs, and prostitution and smuggling are the main things they do, but possession, haunting, and illness employment are also their work. I’m trying to expose the devil and the war on good and evil not by taking aside but by bringing every body to it. I believe the people should know that Mental and physical illness has its roots in spiritual warfare just like Jesus Christ said afterall. I believe I can resurge a revival in the good faith by weeding out its hinderences and revitalizing it in doing so. The devil gains ground by manipulating innocence by the very act of trouble and problematic defilement. People wake up one morning and live out a day that changes their good faith in the creation of life. Its getting worse. Idolment is at a all time high and the idol community is becoming devil worshipers. Torres We need to talk about it and notice theres psycics out there that hate on people because of petty excuses. Such as race, wealth, and hygine. The devil has evolved to be very acceptable seemingly good people. Something about them will always look off. They recruit people for immoral or antireligious acts. Be strong people. -ET 03-07-20

Author: Torres, Eduardo

Author Location: California

Date: March 7, 2020

Genre: Essay

Extent: 2 pages

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