About Reed G. Porter

I was Reed before I could read.

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  • Reed shared from The Priest's Graveyard by Ted Dekker
    Faith isn’t about a list of rules and regulations, it’s about love.”
  • Reed shared from Hope Road (John Ray #1) (John Ray / LS9 crime thrillers) by John Barlow
    Steele’s face is close up to the intercom, magnifying his nose and making him look like a greenish-grey elephant man.
  • Reed shared from Anansi Boys by Neil Gaiman
    Spider stood up. “I’ve met those people,” he said. “The ones from the glossy magazines. I’ve walked among them. I have seen, firsthand, their callow, empty lives. I have watched them from the shadows when they thought themselves alone. And I can tell you this: I’m afraid there is not one of them who would swap lives with you at gunpoint, my brother. Come on.
  • Reed shared from The Templars, Two Kings and a Pope by Grigor Fedan
    William walked away feeling sad that he couldn’t share the Gospel with Albert. He would probably be horrified by anything that went against Church dogma.
    Note: One of the best arguments against Gnosticism. And possibly. One of its appeals to a certain type of person.
  • Reed shared from Into the Black (Odyssey One) [Remastered Edition] by Evan Currie
    It was a foolish warrior who entrusted his weapons to the care of any man, save himself
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Reed G. Porter