Ubiquitous: Variety by author Delcina Rosado is a collection of writing in the form of poems, essays, stories, and inspirational pieces expressing biblical guidance and teaching on salvation for readers living in modern society. In Ubiquitous, readers are treated to a variety of meditational writings from the author's imagination, life experiences, and critical observations, focusing on the major themes of God's mercy enduring throughout civilization, even during periods of suffering, oppression, wrongdoing, and slavery, focusing on modern issues in America's society, including race and economics. In each piece, Delcina Rosado includes scriptural guidance to teach the Word of God, showing how the Word of God applies in all situations and times. In Ubiquitous, readers are called to read, reflect, and meditate, to accept salvation, and to apply God's teaching to every area of life. Christian nonfiction; creative nonfiction; essay collection; poetry; literary essays.