Light Of The Lord's Lesbian : Lawrence David NirenLight Of The Lord’s Lesbian

Lawrence David Niren’s latest novel, Light Of The Lord’s Lesbian, is the story of a magnificent beautiful lesbian, Christmas, her wife Calina, and their dog Juvia, who is an angel, that are God’s messengers, who the Lord has favored and chosen, like Moses, to lead all oppressed people of the world, out of bondage and suffering, and onto freedom, and to receive God’s Laws, throughout the ages, in hundreds of centuries, and in many dimensions and reincarnations, all over the world, including Fatima and the Miracle Of The Sun, Portugal, the former Soviet Union, Mexico, France, Italy, the United States, Africa, on a cruise from America to Europe, and finally on the isle of Lesbos, where thousands of lesbians live, and millions visit in passion and love every year.

At first, Christmas is very promiscuous with hundreds of women, and the main purpose of her life is seducing other beautiful women. But like Paul, in the New Testament, who was originally a Roman who persecuted our Lord, as soon as the Lord suddenly appeared to Christmas, and He told her what her calling was, Christmas became an extraordinary being who had great faith, belief, and love of the Lord, and there was no doubt in her soul that the Lord was everything that was great in the world, and she became a soul who found her calling, which was to love the Lord and to help everyone who needed her. In the end, Christmas, Calina, and Juvia became three of the Lord’s favored messengers. And yes, lesbians have amazing sex, love, and same-sex marriage, which the Lord never said was a sin in the New Testament, which means that it is acceptable as love by the Lord.

Lawrence David Niren is also the author of Compassion I and Compassion II, Juvia, Kennedy & The Trial and Confession of Trump, and The Lex Talionis of Brett Kavanaugh, all novels that were wonderfully and successfully promoted on Whizbuzz Books! Thanks!

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Light Of The Lord’s Lesbian : Lawrence David Niren

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