Why doesn't Amy need glasses anymore? Where has Chuck and Alex disappeared to? And why can't the Whole World officers get an aerial pic of the suspected hiding place of the Christians? God's Armory is the key to every mystery. Get ready for the ride of a lifetime.
Anita Tosh lives in Northern California with her husband of almost fifty years and their little Schnoodle, Mitzi. She is a lover of the word of GOD, has taught Sunday school, Bible studies and at ladie's prayer groups. She also loves gardening and cooking.
At this point in "God's Armory" Sam's life is at it's lowest point. He is a homeless man finding some shelter at the city's Armory building and rummaging in the garbage cans for something to eat. It wasn't always this way. Sam had once held a good job as a software engineer. Later he had made good on YouTube, quit his day job and bought a big home just in time to be demonetized.
He had gone a little crazy with the few big checks he had received and now he had lost everything. He was old, alone and broke.
He thinks this is the way his life will end, but God has other plans for him.
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Sam Jennings looked hopefully into the large dumpster. He had slept better last night, but there was no Danish this morning. The sack lunch the Armory had provided him had a peanut butter sandwich and a banana. The Armory had rules, and everyone had to leave the shelter by seven in the morning. He looked at the sky. “Must be about three by now,” he thought. His stomach reminded him that the nibble from the sack lunch was long gone.