Category: Biographies & Memoirs,
The Kingdom Seeker
The True Story of the First and Only Black, Male, Captain of a White Athletic Team at the High School Level in World and American History
By: Tommy Adams
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About the Book
The “Kingdom Seeker,” is an autobiographical sketch of the first Black, male, captain of a White athletic team in world and American history and at a Christian high school. The author, who is the greatest man Jesus ever knew with an unknown I.Q. of over 2000, was Killed more than one hundred times over the last thirty-five years and raped by homosexuals using the dark, sinister, forces of the satanic cosmos at the urging of White supremacist Jews and the Klu Klux Klan operating out of the United States! His life saved by Jesus Christ through the power of the Holy Spirit, Mr. Adams has been sent into the world with a message of reconciliation and hope for Israel and all the world. A monument to the power of God, the Holy Spirit, and Jesus, this Christian classic is the first book ever written that justifies God and not man. Hard to understand, the book is best interpreted by thinking like Almighty God. This method reveals that Mr. Adams has indeed been killed as he claims and paves the way for the establishment of the Kingdom of Heaven on earth. A kingdom that will never be destroyed. A must read for all clergy of all faiths, this book shows the real life power of Christianity to save your very life from your worst enemies!
About the Author
Born 16 May, 1961 in Brooklyn, New York U.S.A., the author was the son of John Joseph Adams of Georgetown, Guyana, who was a wealthy pharmaceutical salesman and Pauline Faulk who was valedictorian of Perote, Alabama class of 1955 both of whom are now deceased. The virtual world record holder in nine track and field events on a per weight basis, the author got a 100 average in the 1st, 2nd, and 10th grades, graduated high school with a 95 average from Saint Francis Preparatory, Fresh Meadows, New York, where he was made the first and only Black, male, captain of a predominantly white track team in world and American history. He also scored 1600 on the S.A.T. in 1979, was named a National Merit Scholar, attended Cornell University, and scored a 99 on the A.S.V.A.B. in 1985, finishing the test 45 minutes early. Appointed first lieutenant governor of the cosmos, chief elector of heaven, and supreme Episcopal and ecclesiastical vicar for the African diaspora by Jesus through the power and authority of the Holy Spirit, Mr. Adams hasn’t fornicated or done drugs appreciably in nearly 40 years, is still a virgin at 62, and is a prophet holier and more powerful than Moses. Fundamentally the greatest saint ever to arise in Christendom he is also without question the greatest man ever born in America. Today he is reckoned one of the most outstanding intellectuals of the current century and in 2015 was chosen as one of the top 100 professionals in the world. He lives in southeast Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A..