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    Paraclete's Promise: The Fantastic Fantasies Of Timothy
    Ennis Smith
    Tim wants to sit before the television and immerse in the world of video games. When Mom and Dad discourage the idea, he tromps down the basement steps to find his imagination secretly awaiting his arrival, in the form of a box. A few toys and supplies are gathered, and stocked inside the box in preparation for a great adventure. Unfortunately, before his imagination can explode into life, he falls asleep...or does he?

    It is here that our young hero takes us on a journey to the bottom of the sea, races us toward the Moon's dusty core, and carries us to the darkest regions of the jungle, with a little help from friends and the Holy Spirit along the way. Throughout his travels, Tim discovers that he is never truly alone. Under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, adventure can be found anywhere.

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    “Talk to me Jonah, whatcha got?”
    “The jackpot I think! This thing is…wait…wait a minute.”
    Tim stopped in front of a locker, pressing his hand against his ear. He held his breath and waited for Jonah to continue.
    “Wait. Something’s down here; something big.”
    Static shrieked over the com-link. Tim pressed the red button again, as he looked through the monitors and stared off toward the distant mountain side.
    “Jonah? J-Man come back, I didn’t catch that last part. You said something’s down there?”
    No answer. Tim fought panic, as a few seconds of silence became one minute of dead air space.
    “Jonah, are you there, buddy?” A cold shiver climbed his back as he waited for some answer from Jonah. Tim stood staring at the monitor. His hand gripped tight around the zoom toggle wheel. A dull ache began to throb in his forearm. Suddenly, static pierced the silence.
    “Up!”
    More static.
    “It’s coming your way; Buckle up!” Jonah screamed into the com-link. Tim’s heartbeat kicked into high speed and his body suddenly chilled over. He pressed the red button on the com-link again.
    “Jonah, what was that? I didn’t hear your message, Jonah. Please repeat!”
    “Tim can you hear me! It must have seen the lights!” More static, and then, “Strap in and shut off the lights! It’s headed your way!”
    “Oh no,” Tim whispered. He turned and darted back toward the control room. Something collided with the front end of the pod. Tim lost his footing as the weight of the undersea vehicle shifted. His face slammed into a locker and he crumpled to the floor.
    Static filled his left ear just as alarms began to wail all around him. Pulsing red lights flashed in unison with the alarms.
    “Tim, I repeat: the beast has left the cave, and is headed your way. You have to shut down the pod lights!”
    Tim shook the stars from his vision and shot a glance toward the front of the pod. He had to get to the light switch before that…thing…circled back again. He jumped to his feet, still feeling the effects of the blow, and centered himself. Pressing the red button on the com-link, he bolted for the front of the pod and yelled into the com-link’s mini speaker.
    “Roger that, Jonah! I’m on my way up front! What is that thing?”
    “Thank the Lord, you’re okay. I don’t know what it is. I didn’t get a good look at it, from the cave.”
    The crash had strewn equipment all over the pod. Tim jumped and evaded loose boxes on the floor and sparking cables, hanging from the ceiling as he ran. Just as he made it back into the control room, he took a flying leap and landed, chest first, onto the control panel. His right hand thumbed the toggle switch to the off position as he collided with the controls. The lights on the roof and below the belly of the pod died instantly.
    At first there was a wave of bubbles and a shove of water as the force of the creature’s abrupt stop shoved the pod backward. When the bubbles cleared, Tim found himself staring at a thing that looked, oddly enough, like a gigantic Blue crocodile with no appendages. The creature waded slowly and effortlessly in front of the pod as if waiting for something to happen. Its eyes, one on each side of its head, seemed to glow a bright yellow in the darkness of the ocean. Tim saw jagged, horns protruding from the monster’s snout, growing back and over its head.
    He lay still across the control panel, convinced that the monster could somehow see him through the thick quadruple-reinforced steel shell of the pod. Static shrieked in his left ear, sending a chill up his spine.
    Jonah whispered, as if he were in hiding. “Don’t touch anything, Tim. It’s staring right at the outer hull of the control room. Are you good?”
    “Jonah, I wanna go home right now.” Tim whispered.
    “I think it knows you’re in there.” Jonah said.
    Tim remained motionless as the crocodile-thing slowly moved toward the right side of the pod. It swam close, almost touching the metal hull with its snakelike body slithering through the ocean. His eyes, trained on the monster, paced the creature as it circled around the back end of the pod. He saw that the horns across its head grew increasingly larger as they drew across its back, until the tail itself was nothing more than a huge sharp horn. Tim slowly inched his way off of the control panel and stood on shaky feet. Watching the floor monitors, he saw the creature swim underneath toward the front end again.
    Radio static sounded over the com-link in Tim’s left ear.
    “Mother of pearl, that’s a big sucker.” Jonah whispered. “I guess now we know why no one’s ever returned with Camoon’s treasure. Are you okay up there?”
    “Fine; I don’t think it sees me, but I don’t want to make any sudden moves yet.”
    The creature circled the pod in the same pattern, and centered toward the front again. Its mouth opened wide, revealing a double row of sharp points on the top and bottom. Despite the darkness of the deep blue sea, the monster’s teeth seemed to glow a magnificent yellow, just like its eyes. A wave of terror gripped Tim, as he suddenly imagined the monster ripping through the metal walls of the pod with those teeth. The creature’s yellow forked tongue appeared from the black abyss of its open mouth and began jerking fiercely. Tim pressed the com-link button on his ear piece.
    “It’s trying to lure me out,” he whispered. “It does know I’m inside.”
    The mouth snapped shut, as one of the weird light-bulb stick fish swam too close to the jerking tongue. The creature moved with lightning speed for its size. It made an about-face and disappeared into the darkness of the open ocean.
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