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Mickey Mullen uncovers the mysteries in the story of Elijah the Last Prophet

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“Mutton’s Decadence: The Last Prophet” contested the “problem” of Christianity which rooted from the possible inclusion of writings of Paul and other prophets in the Holy Bible.
“Mutton’s Decadence: The Last Prophet” was enthused by Mickey Mullen’s encounter of being saved at a Gasoline service station and then receiving the Holy Ghost in a ford car as well as the Tree of life in a duplex apartment. Mickey Mullen’s biblical name is Elijah, the last prophet in the Old Testament.
When Mickey Mullen was in charge of the main engine room of a ship, he encountered a problem which made him ask himself the typical yet indispensable question, “What is the problem?” This same question can be asked about Christianity and its “problem.” It was indicated in the King James Bible of 1611 that after Jesus left the earth, Lucifer, with his advocate Paul, would control the congregation. Paul, then, was a false prophet, and the other writers of the other half of the New Testament never understood the Gospel which Jesus died for. In this regard, Mickey Mullen claimed that those who had been studying the Bible read what never came from God. This is the “problem.”
In “Mutton’s Decadence: The Last Prophet,” Mickey Mullen presented verses to substantiate these claims, particularly Elijah of Malachi 4:5 of the King James Bible of 1611. Mickey Mullen further appealed that there were verses in the book of the Gospels that were not from God. Nonetheless, many people had understood the parables and allegory verses. The reason that Jesus spoke the way he did was that He had to get to the cross. “It was His main goal.” This book is an intriguing yet enlightening read for those who are interested in the Christian doctrine and those who would like to search for the truth about their Christian faith.
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Mutton’s Decadence: The Last Prophet
Written by: Mickey R. Mullen
Published by: Folioavenue Publishing Services
Published date: May 15, 2020
ISBN: 978-1-951193-78-2
Paperback: $9.99
Hardcover: $12.00
Kindle: $2.99 
About the author
Mickey R. Mullen never had a clue that he was anything but a drunk until the age of thirty-one. As documented in 1968 it was a year, of transition from what took place during the sixties. As a child in a protestant church he had felt the power of conviction, and heard about the prophesies of the end time. It brought to his attention of wondering if religion was real? After going to a protestant church on Sunday night, sitting on the back seat, and the bar the rest of the weeks.

Mullen said: “I had chances to become a Christian by their standards, but was waiting for the convective Spirit. One night the Spirit was there, and I went down to the Altar, after years of drinking and smoking from the age of fifteen in high school. After I left the church I decided to call my mother on a pay phone at the gas station next door. She said pray for your dad and me. In my heart it triggered, the Spirit of Genesis to remove my heart, and give me one from God. Thirty days later I received the Holy Ghost in my mouth as Jesus did going to work in a Ford. I saw an Angel in a church and blurted out, ‘The day of judgment is coming.’ That same night God gave me the, ‘tree of life,’ which according to Genesis, I’m supposed to live forever, and He revealed to me my name is Elijah of Malachi. ‘Behold, I will send you Elijah the prophet before the coming of the great and dreadful day of the Lord:’ 4″5 Jesus spoke in parables that is no help, but Ezekiel wrote it down but not in sequence, what happened to me. Ezekiel 36:26-25-27 is the explanation of St John 3:3-5.”

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