I have a book that I'm writing, and I would like it to be illustrated in the anime style, but my talents are lacking in that area, to say the least.
The book follows a boy named Ezekiel from eleven years old, in 1011 AD, to the Great Return of Christ.
Ezekiel is a very special person, as he is in command of eleven angelic beings called "Spirits."
These Spirits each control either a force or an element of nature; for example, Yukhäm is the Spirit of Strength, a force of nature. Nyro is the Spirit of Electricity, an element of nature. The final Spirit, however, is named Unīv, and is virtually omnipotent, so he doesn't fit into either category.
In return for Ezekiel's authority over these beings, he is sent on assignments by God, with two stipulations:
1.) He must accomplish the assignment.
2.) He must not sin during the assignment.
If he fails in either of these, his command over the Spirits will be immediately and permanently revoked.
Oh, one other little tidbit; one of the Spirits, named Freeze, was best friends with Lucifer, before Lucifer rebelled. Now, he would like nothing more than to send him to hell.
[Edit: Changed Kevin to Ezekiel.]
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Thank You, Jesus, for everything You've given me.
His Love is deep, His Love is wide
And it covers us.
His Love is fierce, His Love is strong
It is furious.
His Love is sweet, His Love is wild,
And it's waking hearts to life.
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