A dark, quite unsettling story from Winters.
The premise itself is unsettling – the word of God is being heard abroad, and the end times are nigh, and the population have been given the wherewithal to join him. It appears to be bona fide, not KoolAid madness, but unsettling even more, is the fate of one young child, one of the rare ones who does not hear the summons, whose parents are concerned for her.
But BRING HER TO ME the BRING HER TO ME word of the Lord is BRING HER TO ME is insistent, albeit capitalized…..
More from ‘The End is Nigh’ here.