THE KING'S BOOK-PRO-LIFE FAIRYTALE
Once upon a time, a beautiful princess named Deanna sang out songs of love, hope and promises to the multitudes listening in her kingdom. She sang and danced from an open window where the sun shone on her in front of a beautiful castle. The princess was so happy. The princess was full of love and life. She was pregnant with a beautiful baby named Aubrey who would one day rule the Kingdom with wisdom. Deanna believed Aubrey would grow to sing with a voice more beautiful than her mother.
What Princess Deanna didn’t know was that there was an evil plot by the witches of the kingdom to destroy future princesses and princes from coming into the world. The witches believed that good and Kingly leadership should be violently ripped out of the kingdom. The witches desired their own positions in the kingdom without Kings and without romantic love between a prince and princess. If they had their way they would rule in a world without kings, valiant soldiers and princesses who sang of romantic love to their prince. The witches planned to dictate a rule of no kisses and no pregnant princesses birthing royal babies who would grow in character and virtue.
One day, Deanna opened a book that she believed was a romantic fairy tale to strengthen princesses. But this book was an evil book written by the witches who decided to rewrite all of the fairy tales in the kingdom. The book was filled with spells that put Deanna into a deep trance. The evil ancient trances and spells devised to kill what she was about to birth took possession over her mind and hypnotized her into a death sleep. She started to believe the whispers of the witches that told her if she ate from the poisonous apple she would be free and more powerful than she already was. The spells were so strong that Deanna ate the poison fed to her through the manipulative stories in that book. Deanna woke with Aubrey gone from her belly and the witches laughing through the book that had fallen at Deanna’s side. The Princess was so grief stricken that she could no longer sing and dance. She left the kingdom and wanted to die.
Deanna almost choked to death by drowning in a river of her own tears. .But the King in his goodness pursued Deanna, embraced his daughter, healed her by giving her the breath of life and brought her home to rule. Not long after that, Deanna was once again a bride with the prince by her side and the King promising to annihilate the spells of witches in the kingdom. Princess Deanna and the Prince became a family of 7 with beautiful children birthed from her belly and rescued from the grips of witches via adoption. As Deanna grew into her royal position, she would never forget Aubrey.
Deanna now as Queen is also determined to eradicate the lies in the books of witches. She lives in the Kingdom and sings at the castle daily. She also is a powerful warrior in a battle to make sure that babies growing inside of princesses don’t fall for a spell of lies inside an evil book written by witches.
The King has equipped Deanna and others like her to battle for all the children of the kingdom so that they can bring full birth to the babies that grow and are destined to sing with voices more beautiful and louder than their mothers.
Still, witches are conjuring plots and spells trying to convince princesses to eat from the apples that lie and kill as they are told to read from the books of trances. The princesses sing, dance and play all around the kingdom while the witches whisper lies on the side, lash out through the looking glasses and try to rewrite the books that once could have shaped them into powerful women ruling in a good kingdom. The evil witches offer ice cream and candy and promises of freedom if princesses read the stories they write. But in truth there is only really sadness, loss and heartbreak through reading those stories because stories of witches ruling always end in devastation to the kingdom. And nobody is happy when that happens.
The Queen and King have a book of their own that is more powerful than anything the witches could ever write. In fact the story of the witches being destroyed by a powerful Prince has already been written and cannot be revoked or ever erased. It is the book that has the power to destroy all evil spells and bring life to a kingdom once exposed to an evil death plot. This book has already been written. And anyone who dares to attempt to annihilate the future prophets, saints, rulers and royal children of the kingdom is destined to fall off of the cliff into the abyss.
The royal armies in the Kingdom are powerful and equipped with the Truth written in this ancient book of life that the witches know that they better not read or they would be transformed for the better into beautiful princesses themselves. The Word from this ancient book has moved women and men into victory throughout the ages. And these stories have helped to win back kingdoms and built armies that keep the evil witches far away from the future leaders who rule with dignity and compassion for all the children of the kingdom.
The happily ever after comes in knowing that once princesses keep their eyes in the King’s “Book of Life” they will never fall for or dare open a book written by witches who claim to know how to write fairy tales. The King’s “Book of Life” is much more powerful than any death page written by a mischievous and wayward witch. In the end, the princess always reigns and finds her place back to sing and dance in front of the castle after a skirmish with witches who end up melting. And Aubrey will never be forgotten as she sings in a chorus of heavenly angels who see to it that the King is free to reign with His “Book of Life” being fulfilled in all the babies growing inside of the singing princesses who shout out, “Long Live the Children of the Kingdom.”
THE END IS THEM LIVING ETERNALLY IN HEAVEN WITH THE KING OF KINGS!
Deanna Falchook writes about Pro-Life, Adoption and Christian Topics. She is highly focused on fairy tales and their impact on politics, faith and culture. She is the author of a book called TO BE A MOTHER and the soon to be released book called THE CINDERELLA MINDSET. Deanna’s work has been featured in THE FEDERALIST, Charisma, Breitbart, 700Club, EWTN, Faithwire to name a few. Deanna is the mom of 7 children (5 internationally adopted) and lives near Disneyworld in Orlando. You can contact Deanna on FACEBOOK or twitter @deannafalchook.