Why write The Faith of Angels?
To me, it was the greatest story begging to be told. As a matter of fact, it still is, because The Faith of Angels is only part one of Christ's Millennium Reign.
Why do you call it the greatest story begging to be told?
The first 9 or 10 verses of Revelation 20 covers the extent of humanities progress in the future. When you bring to that equation some of the other things Gods tells us, the solution quickly becomes extremely fascinating.
What kind of things?
For instance, the City of God, called New Jerusalem, which God will bring to earth, is staggeringly tall. Like 1,500 miles tall. That poses a lot of questions. 1% of that City's height is 80,000 feet. If you look out a window at that altitude, the sky is black. In other words, practically 99% of that City will sit in outer-space. If you want to split hairs, take it to the height of the X-prize, 100 kilometers. Then still more than 95% of this City sits in outer-space. The question it begs is why? Why would God bring his City to earth where approximately 98% of it will look out on the greater universe? Just to tantalize us? I doubt it. God gave humanity curiosity for a good reason. That God's city will sit mostly in outer space is a positive indicator we will be involved with that greater universe.
Are there other indicators God wants mankind to be involved in the greater universe?
Sure. In Isaiah 45:18, the Lord states he made the heavens, the universe that is, to be inhabited. Combine that with the fact that looking out from about 98% of New Jerusalem, the universe will be visible. It's obvious Father God will give mankind the keys to the stars.
What do you mean, 'the keys to the stars'?
Giving mankind the keys to the stars simply means Our Father will give mankind the ability to travel into that greater universe. We'll be going to other solar systems via FTL travel. Since FTL travel is impossible for us, it's obvious God will provide it. There's an important reason for him to do that, too. During the Millennium Reign of Revelation 20, Christ rules the earth. Verse 8&9 tells of a rebellion against God, while he dwells on earth! That's just preposterous.
Think about it--the technology Christ brings will make today's technology seem stone-age in comparison. It will have to be, to enable humanity to travel faster than light. Which humanity will have to do, for Revelation 20 to pencil out.
Pencil out . . .?
Revelation 20:1-10 must work out logically in light of all the ramifications I've mentioned. Less obvious ramifications will also apply. Take Cain and Able for instance. When Cain slew Able, God wasn't present. And that's how it always works. Mankind only commits crime when superior force and authority is absent. After God provides the means for mankind to inhabit vast reaches of the greater universe, mankind will again be in a position he's often found himself--outside the direct presence of God and on his own reconnaissance. Outside God's direct presence, the Devil will be able to incite yet another rebellion.
Are there other indicators God will upgrade our technology?
Yup. Remember, everything we have invented first came from God. He 'balanced' the laws of nature so that things like steam, electricity, internal combustion, flight . . . everything has been 'aligned' so that we could find and invent these things. With that in mind, what do you think will happen during the Millennium Reign, as all nations bring their offerings to Jerusalem? Can you picture diesel-electric locomotives belching fumes hauling freight into Jerusalem, while Christ reigns on the throne there? I can't. That's preposterous too. The God that created our bodies out of cells so intricate that one-trillion irreducibly complex machines make up every cell in our bodies . . . he will also upgrade our technology. You can bet on it.
So we look at what will take place and figure out the conditions necessary for it to happen?
Exactly right. More evidence is that at the last rebellion, the army that surrounds the beloved city and the camp of the saints covers the breadth of the earth. That's literally the width of the earth. Which only makes sense if that is an area spread out and in outer space. Only in outer space is there (sic) a battlefield large enough to cover the breadth of the earth, which is the width of the earth, that at the same time surrounds the beloved city and the camp of the saints.
Sounds like there's more to come.
A lot more. Humanity will be launched into the greater universe by the technology Christ supplies when he returns. Count on it. That's book 2.
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A Tale of Two Tragedies
by Kevin Hofsas
Approx. 6,880 words.
Published on January 27, 2011.
How did Lucifer convince one-third of the angels of heaven to rebel with him? What did it damage? And what drove one dragon insane, giving all dragons a bad name? Where are dragons now? Two supernatural creatures, dragon and angel, divulge what sabotaged each of their respective races. Dragon scenario flips all mythology. Angelic event shows how the rebellion in heaven actually happened.
The Faith of Angels
by Kevin Hofsas
Approx. 59,230 words.
Published on July 16, 2009.
A billion people vanish—O Armageddon! Yet one must learn the Secrets of the Ages. Guided by a Holy Angel, missionary pilot RW flies in a dream-sphere of an ancient God fearing dragon. His amazement grows level by level as the world he thought he knew crumbles. Simultaneously, the Angel deftly unravels humanities hidden secrets. But will RW unravel a secret that has mystified angels forever?
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- Drawing God?
on Nov. 30, 2010
A charming, delightful, hilarious story with the best possible outcome. Having equal appeal to both atheists and believers, Wilde Blue draws a line between the two opposing views so taunt, so deft, I venture to say, it will support any who dare to walk across it!