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Salvation Summary And Opinion Inrw Book Report

321 words - 2 pages

Summary:
Langston Hughes’s essay is about Hughes personally going to thirteen and saved from sin, yet his not really saved. Church had a special meeting for children, it was about bringing the young sinner who had not yet been brought to Jesus. Hughes was waiting for a light, people from church and his aunt told him he would see a light, and something would happen to him inside, and Jesus will come to his life. However he was waiting and waiting but nothing happened, eventually all the children had gone except for him and this other boy called Westley, who were waiting for Jesus to come. Despite that, Westley didn’t want to wait any longer so he got up and saved, he told a lie and left, so now Hughes was all alone on the mourner’s bench. It was getting really late and Hughes started to blame himself for keeping everybody up so long, due to that his aunt started crying because Jesus didn’t come to see him. Hughes realized Westley told a lie, but nothing happened to him, God didn’t...

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