With this gift came three rules. Never lie. Always be fair and never break a promise. If those three rules are broken; so is the gift of song.
Upon opening the box a light flickers. Inside she finds an ink pen and some stationary.
From the onset it is evident David is different when Jamie says to him, “I spent my entire life serving God and where did it get me?” To which David replied, “But do you know him?”
A pregnant wife—an angry and bitter son are in the thralls of grief, confusion and pain. Due to the sudden death of Steve, the husband and father of this once close knit family. Now it all seems to be falling apart.
Now living in a motel of misfits with his fiancee’ Jessie (Nicole Anderson). He is working as a bartender in a night club called the Inferno where he is starting to learn from the school of hard knocks; all that looks good is not always for your good.
Imagine thinking you were the only one. To find out there are more of you in hiding. Still you are the exception since you are the last descendant in your special bloodline. That possesses great power and authority.
“Started about ten years ago. With the death of a baby. After that the enemy just rooted in. The whole town is cursed. Famine, drought, disease, poverty, failed businesses—barrenness.” To which the boy replies, “Hopelessness and faithlessness. So that’s it?” The old man replies, “Yep, Promise Texas.”