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“Death is the inevitable price we must pay for our father’s sins.”
These are the words of the son whose father is the head of a corrupt organization, where crime and acts of terror are committed against humanity; nobody crosses him and live to talk about it.
He is a man of great influence in society, well educated in criminal law, has wealth and power, and uses it all for evil means.
His family must pay the ultimate price for his evil behavior. Living in a free society, is not one his family can ever experience because of his sins.
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Jim Elliott is a man with power, charm, wealth and good looks, who uses all these things to hurt others. Priscilla Emerson and her family must pay for his corrupt behavior.
The Price We Must Pay For Our Father’s Sins is about Jim Elliott, his wife Priscilla, and their family. This story deals with money, power, sex and violence.
Priscilla is a college graduate student of law, who graduated with a 4.0 average and dreams of successful goals. She was filled with life and excitement, until on the day she became Mrs. Jim Elliott.
She did not know that her marriage to Jim Elliott would result in a price she and her family would have to pay. Priscilla and many others were deceived by Jim Elliott’s extraordinary good looks, intelligence and charm. He was famous for showing the world a sensitive and caring man, but Priscilla soon sees the true Jim Elliott, on their wedding night. He is someone who she deeply loves, that is incapable of loving another human being. She realizes she is his prisoner and sexual slave.
Jim Elliott is a famous top expert in the field of Criminal Law, who heads the most corrupt organization in history. He has friends like himself worldwide, who kills and commit crimes without remorse. No one crosses Jim Elliott and live, he will not accept rejection. He is a man with great influence, wealth and power; can get the women he wants, to sleep with him, and do whatever he wants them to do. He and those in his organization believe in revenge, and they will get it one way or another. If it means blowing up buildings with children in them so be it. They have no sense of remorse. To them, killing is their business.
The home of Jim Elliott’s organization is on a luxurious ranch, with a large house resembling a castle in a secluded area of trees and shrubs, surrounding a lake, with lights of many colors reflecting their beauty on the water surface, as though dancing to the music being played by a large band. There are beautiful decorated tables of food, alcoholic beverages and drugs of choice. The people dance, gamble and flirt. This is the place where women dress seductively and every immoral act unimaginable is done.
Priscilla is a physical and psychological abused sexual slave in Jim Elliott’s organization, who will never be free. It is the price she and her family must pay. That price includes their two sons Josh and Tony, and her mother and father, Tom and June Emerson along with many others.
Jim Elliott taught his teenage sons the ways of his organization. When they became adults his sons hated each other, because of his influence over their life. He loved Josh because he was loyal to him, and followed in his footsteps. He hated Tony, because he disliked his corrupted behavior, and the way he treated Priscilla.
Tony made a vow to his mother, he would make his father and those in the organization pay for the crimes they committed, and the harm they did to innocent people. When he began working undercover as an informant against the organization, he was discovered.
Tony has crossed his brother Josh, and now he must face his arch enemy. Josh Elliott has placed a bounty on Tony’s head to have him killed for betraying the organization.
The Price We Must Pay For Our Father’s Sins
Official Selection for Best Screenplay 2013 at The Beverly Hills Film Festival
Lies destroyed him, and changed his life forever. His mark is like the thread woven in the fabric of his clothing, and a bullseye shot engraved in the center of his forehead. He is a Marked Man. The world will never accept him, as a free man.
The truth is suppose to set a person free. And therefore, the soul is free to enjoy life and happiness. But on the other hand, a lie can imprison a person mentally and physically and take away his liberty. But it cannot hold his soul as a prisoner.
The Marked Man was once a free man, living in society and enjoying his life, until it all ended on an early summer morning while jogging in his neighborhood. His neighbors described him as a “good guy.” His employer said, “He is a hard worker.” Some of his acquaintances said, he is too kind-hearted, and others said, they have personal feelings about him, but did not care to discuss them.
Good guys and hard workers can have enemies. Lies are a kind of evil, that search for good guys and hard workers to cause them harm. They found an innocent man, and destroyed his life with their mark. While he was jogging, his enemies were committing an act of violence and plotting to put him at the scene of a crime that he did not commit, at 10:00 a.m. on that Saturday morning.
As he was jogging, two patrol cars pulled ahead of him several feet away and stopped. The officers approached him on feet. He slowed his pace. They ordered him to stop, and get his hands up in the air, so they could see them. He was searched, and the Miranda Rights were read to him. He chose to remain silent, and wait to speak with his lawyer. He knew he was innocent of whatever, he was being arrested for.
After speaking with his lawyer, he was informed the charges are homicide and robbery that occurred at a restaurant in his neighborhood. Multiple people were shot, and some were fatal. He was told, there is a female star witness, who said she saw him at the scene, and several other witnesses identified him as well. Yet, he was nowhere near the restaurant at the time of the crime.
How could this be happening? When will I wake up, and this will all be a dream? (he thought to himself) Although, he knew this was reality. And he asked, “Who is this star witness?” ‘Miss Jane’ was the name she called herself. After a moment of reflecting on the name ‘Jane’ he remembered her vividly: And the words came flooding his memory like hot boiling water when it splashes on the skin. They were the words she yelled at him after a fight, “You bastard! We will get you for this!” Seeing the discomfort on the face of the Marked Man, the detective asked him, “Do you know her?” “Yes!” He replied in anger.
Now, he knew who framed him. He had thought they were out of his life for good. They never left. They had waited and planned this evil to use against him.
How could they be so evil, and cold hearted, after all the good things he had done for them?
The Marked Man Reflecting Upon the Fight He Had with Jane and Bob (Jane’s husband):
It was the night after he had returned home from work, and found them stealing items from his house and putting them in their car: He became angry with them, and demanded that they return his items.
The Marked Man accused them of taking an advantage of his hospitality for much too long. He had taken them into his home as a homeless and hungry couple, who needed a place to stay for a few weeks until they found work. They promised they would help out on his ranch with the chores for the animals, while they looked for work. However, they did not keep any of their promises. Instead, they stole from him, and considered themselves to be his special guests, and enjoyed the luxuries of his financial gains.
Miss Jane, wanted her husband to believe that she and the Marked Man, were having an affair behind his back. (She did these things to make Bob jealous)
The Marked Man said, to Bob, “I am dead serious! I want you guys to put my property back in my house, and start looking for your own place, beginning tomorrow. You have 48 hours to be off my property.”
Miss Jane said, “Bob! Don’t put any of this stuff back. He gave it to me, for sexual favors.” After hearing this, the Marked Man, faced her and said, “That is a lie, and you know it! You have been flirting with me, but I have ignored it.” Hearing this, Bob, pulled a knife on the Marked Man, and said, “Don’t call my wife a liar! She said you did this, and I believe her! She told me you raped her, and threatened to kick us out, if she told me.”
The Marked Man kicked the knife from Bob’s hand, put him in a headlock, and took him down to the ground. Within seconds, Miss Jane, was standing and pointing his own gun at him, demanding that he let Bob go!
Quickly, the Marked Man threw Bob onto Miss Jane’s feet, his head hit her knees, causing her to lose her balance. She fell backward and the gun flew out of her hands. The Marked Man grabbed his gun. He asked her, “Were you going to shoot me, with my own gun? Don’t bother to answer. You are a liar! And a thief!” He said.
Holding his gun as a skill shooter, he said to them, “Get up! And Get out! Put my property back and leave. Don’t ever come near this place again. I never want to see you anywhere near this place. You are thieves and liars.”
Miss Jane yelled in anger at the Marked Man, “You Bastard! We will get you for this!”
Facing Miss Jane and her husband Bob, and the other so called witnesses, during the trial, while listening to them telling lies, after lies, made his stomach ache. Miss Jane portrayed herself to be a helpless victim, and the Marked Man as the evil perpetrator.
She told the court, the Marked Man, raped her more than once while they lived in his home, and paid her in money and gifts to not tell her husband. She also, said he threatened to kick them out of his home if she mentioned these sexual encounters to anyone. She was such a great actress! She appeared to be sobbing in her hands hysterically; and her shoulders shook violently as if these things actually did happen. The Marked Man would have believed her himself, had she not been his accuser.
After such performance, she said to the court in a shaky voice, “I was with him this morning, and he told me he was going to the restaurant, and rob the place after shooting as many people as possible. She then informed the court, that she had gone to the restaurant, about 15 to 20 minutes before the shooting to warn the manager, to watch for the Marked Man that said those things to her. She then, dried her eyes, on the back of her hands, and stepped down from the witness stand. After leaving the stand, she looked at the Marked Man, with the expression on her face that said to him, “You are our prisoner”
The Marked Man’s plea, was “innocent.” But he had no evidence to prove his accusers were wrong. The Marked Man, had said, “Good Morning” to his neighbor that morning as he jogged passed his home, while he was mowing. He could not be sure if he saw him, or heard him, above the noise of the lawn mower; but felt it might be worth it, to call him as a witness.
His neighbor was unable to identify him as the man that was jogging on that Saturday morning when the shooting occurred at the restaurant, because when he looked up from mowing his lawn, the back of the man was in his view. There were no other witnesses that could help him.
The Prison Sentence:
The court found the Marked Man guilty on the charges of robbery and murder. He was sentenced to prison for life, without parole. His lawyer informed him, he had gathered a team of lawyers who were working with him to get the evidence they needed to clear him of these charges.
The Marked Man spent 15 years behind bars for a crime he did not commit. However, he prayed day and night upon every hour, he spent behind the corridors of his prison cell, for his freedom. He asked, that his lawyer and others working on this case, would find him to be innocent, so he could enjoy his freedom again. On the day his lawyer and the others who had worked on his case came to visit him, they told him he was a free man. He could leave the prison, and return to society.
He thought he would be happy, to hear those words after 15 years. Instead, he became sad, when he realized he no longer had his ranch to returned to, it had been foreclosed by the bank where he had a lien on his property. He no longer owned anything; just his prison clothes on his back. He was the Marked Man.
Life for the Marked Man was a big disappointment. Society saw him as a prisoner who had escaped. No one trusted him, he could not find a job to hold for more than a couple of weeks, the employer would find an excuse to terminate his job for reasons that appeared to be false. He was homeless and hungry and it was not because he wanted to live this way. He still had his dignity, and the character of a hard worker when given the opportunity.
He had tried to live as a free man in society, outside the walls of the prison he had left behind, but society judged him harshly and was never going to accept him as a free man, in this world, where every human being should be judged by God. They saw the ‘Marked Man’ through the eyes of fear; He is an evil image that lies branded upon him. He was tired of being without a home and going hungry. He was tired of living as a prisoner in society.
He decided to return to the prison as a volunteer worker, and help those who appreciated his work. There were plenty he could do: he offered his work for free. And this is what he did with his skills: Educational level teaching, Social activities level teaching, and Spiritual level teaching.
The people here had accepted him as a free man upon his return, and showed their willingness to appreciate the skills he offered them. It was in this place where he understood the true meaning of liberty. His soul was free. This was his choice to be here.
He found contentment in giving of his time to help those who needed the things he could offer to them, for free.
Scripture: Now the Lord is that Spirit: and where the spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty.
II Corinthians 3:17
Written by Ellen Jean Barrier
Barrier’s Books & Associates
Why I Wrote The Price We Must Pay For Our Father’s Sins
Author: Ellen Jean Barrier
Description: A Passionate Love Song
Performed by Singer/Songwriter__ Ellen Jean Barrier
The man who shows great respect for his mother, and the women in his life: will have respect for those he meets.
__ Ellen J. Barrier
Evil can oftentimes disguise itself as being beautiful, that attracts the eyes and stimulates pleasant desires that can result in a broken heart when it is embraced. Some women have made the mistake of choosing the wrong man, who they gave their hearts to, such as the one who is described below:
He is gorgeous, so attractive to look upon, that when his eyes met hers, she could not look away. His eyes hold within them a captivating beauty that is irresistible. He is charming: his words are those that captured her attention: He said all the things he knew she desired to hear. While saying “Hello” to her, and complimenting her on her appearance, he was quickly reading her like an open book. He finds out her weaknesses and uses them to achieve his desires. He is evil disguised in beauty. But she is blinded by passion. Who is this gorgeous creature she has fallen helpless in love with?
He is evil. His heart can never belong to her: He is incapable of loving. He uses his looks and charm to get whatever he wants. When she finds out who he really is, the doors of her prison are locked and she learns she can never be free.
“Do not envy evil men, neither desire to be with them. For their hearts studies destruction and their lips talk of mischief” King Solomon (Proverbs 24:1}
These men are not good role models. They are abusive, controlling and manipulative to women and children. They have no compassion for their family.
The people who follow them accept their behavior as strong men. They in reality are very weak men.
Strong men respect others. They are good role models for children. They possess the characteristic tracts of kindness, Love, respectful, peaceful, empathy and sympathy: Such men are trustworthy, gentle and reveal patience in a relationship. Women who give their hearts to them, are not blinded by passion, they are protected with their Love. They have been given a treasure chest of priceless valuables that will last a lifetime. The men in their lives are careful and thoughtful in the decisions they make. They are cool-headed under pressure, but will fight when there is a legitimate cause.
The character of an individual describes who they are. This is a safe way to avoid a broken heart: And asking, “Where did I go wrong?
From the Novel: The Price We Must Pay For Our Father’s Sins
One day when Priscilla looked into the mirror, she saw the face of a battered woman. Inside, her soul felt the same. The gorgeous face and figure that were once hers were gone. She felt like a much older woman. The youthful zest she once had coupled with energy, had vanished from her body. Not only was she a prisoner to Jim, she had become a prisoner in his organization as well. “Where did I go wrong? She asked.
Written by Ellen J. Barrier
The synopsis for the story and other information regarding the Screenplay, can be found on Barrier’s Books & Associates primary @ http://barriersbooks.1wp.com/
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I Am His & He Is Mine
His mouth is most sweet; yes, he is altogether AWESOME!
The soft spoken words that he whispers in my ear, and his
gentle touch, assures me, I am safe when he is here.
When I am in his arms, I have no need to fear.
I am his, and he is mine.
Our love will stand throughout the end of time.
___ Ellen J. Barrier
“Love is a spiritual force that binds two hearts and two souls together as one.”
__ Ellen J. Barrier