The Price We Must Pay For Our Father's Sins in ebook

The Price We Must Pay For Our Father’s Sins gives us a mirror of the world we live in.
It is a reflection of the behavior of those who want to control the lives of others through power; that would include sex, money and violence. When evil rules the world, innocent lives are sacrificed.

Quote from the book: 
The Price We Must Pay For Our Father’s Sins:
"Death is the inevitable price we must pay"

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Information: The Price We Must Pay For Our Father's Sins is an Official Selection for Best Screenplay 2013
at the Beverly Hills Film Festival

The Price We Must Pay For Our Father's Sins is ready for film production.
Book and story is by Ellen J. Barrier

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God Condemns Violence

The individual that believes God permits a man to hit a woman or speak to her using abusive language, is void of understanding who God is. He condemns violence in any form.

_Ellen J. Barrier

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Heaven is The Only Place Where Prayers are Not Made

My plans for my trip would take a miracle for me to get to my destination.
This trip is one of importance; it is our annual extravaganza. I am the sponsor and speaker. This is a 4 day event of fun and excitement: Fashion  & Talent shows, Musical, Items for sale, door prizes, Games, and lots of food and drinks.
The weather is a problem:
At 5:00 a.m., I was awakened by a horrible storm.  Tornadoes were said to be wrapped in rain and air traffic was halted. People were reportedly stranded in airports.  The streets and highways were not suitable for traffic, according to a weather report.
Today is Thursday. My plans were to leave at 5:00 a. m. I have several vans packed with equipment and other things needed for this event that is scheduled in the great state of Texas! My family is asking, “Shall we start unpacking?”  They believe it is hopeless.  “The storms are not going to allow us to travel.”
I am not ready to give up. So, my decision was to wait until 8:00 a. m., and see if it is possible for us to leave.  While we are waiting I am praying for a miracle. The rain stopped completely at 9:00 a.m., the weather report informed of scattered thundershowers ahead.
We left Kansas at 10:00 a.m. There were some lightning and thunderstorms along our journey. We arrived in Texas in the very late evening; thankful to God for a safe trip, a nice hotel and good Texas food to eat before retiring for the night, and looking forward  to a great event with family and friends, and meeting lots of new people and old friends.
 My Speech:   The Storms of Life
On the first night of this event, I opened with a prayer and testimony. Everyone has a story to tell. I want to hear their stories. Many of their stories were very sad ones. My purpose is to listen, and to determine how best I can help each person. After listening to their stories, I chose to speak about The Storms of Life.
Storms will come and there is nothing we can do to prevent them. However, we can pray and patiently wait for God to get us safely through the storms. Just as the weather related storms cause disasters and harm and will halt our plans. So does the things that occur in our lives; such things as sickness, accidents, loss of financial income, divorce, problems in relationships, family problems and other reasons for unhappiness. We have a choice; give up or endure.
Hope comes from prayer. It gives us strength to endure and to persevere. Heaven is the only place where prayers are not made. 
__ Ellen J. Barrier

The Two Systems

Justice and Legal Systems

There are two systems that govern our lives; they are justice and legal.
Justice belongs to God. And legal belongs to the court of laws governed by man.
In order to properly represent a client, an attorney needs facts.
That would include documents, photos, and all other factual information in the case.
Many people like to quote the prophet Isaiah “No weapon that is formed against you shall prosper.”
That text is based on righteous behavior. Justice from God is given to the righteous.
As we see in both systems, the client has to provide proof.
Some cases are lost in the court of laws due to poor representation because of lack of evidence. The client has to work closely with the attorney and provide facts in the case. To win a case, the client has to give the attorney the weapons to fight with. That is the evidence.
Justice is sought in the courtrooms through many prayers from the lips of those who pass through the legal system daily. 
Truth is on the side of the righteous in the Justice system, it is the greatest of all weapons.

Written by Ellen J. Barrier

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Helping Others

These Are the Times I Am Happy To Have Stayed Awhile Longer

A father was doused with gasoline and a burning match was tossed on him in an attempt to kill him.
This gentleman was paralyzed from waist down to his lower extremities.  His doctor had ordered treatments on his wounds three times daily.  After I had discussed his treatments with him, he started to cry. He said “My own son tried to kill me.”  The motive:  An argument over money.  He needed to tell his story. I listened, as he cried while telling me something that no parent would believe they would ever have a need to share.
This was a terminal ill patient who wanted prayer
 During my visit with her; with her permission, I placed my hands on the area of her surgical incision, and prayed for her healing. She received a miracle healing. Her doctor dismissed her for home a few days later. 
There are many different ways of which we can help others if we stay awhile longer.

__Ellen J. Barrier

Healed from Incurable Lung Disease