https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=daqYZepxUBI&feature=youtu.be I sent you reap that whereon ye bestowed no labor! What does this mean? Since we cannot properly use what we do not understand, having any misunderstanding of the teachings of Jesus will cause us to live inwardly apart from their true meaning. But since spiritual values can only be gained through lively application, … Continue reading Food for Thought: I sent you to reap that whereon ye bestowed no labor!
"As tension cannot occur without the chain, so can temptation not be felt without desire." https://youtu.be/Ni75-fCcL6w The fettered man What is temptation? Imagine a man wakes up and finds himself chained to a wall by invisible steel fetters. But who, making no effort to leave the wall, hardly notices the chains and thus cannot experience … Continue reading Food for Thought: What is the role of desires in temptation?
https://youtu.be/JqCjPdsvjCU "The gift from above that is rain, and the faithful activity of the elements that bring it forth, should never be shooed away, but welcomed joyfully with open hearts filled with gratitude. For, through the nourishing and cleansing gift that is rain, we are ever again permitted a renewed experience of the Grace of … Continue reading Rain, rain, come and pour
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TfNIXIsDmc0 ~Ikenna Q. Ezealah
https://youtu.be/ZjJylvGp5TE Introduction: My name is Ikenna Q. Ezealah, and below is my poem entitled “lover’s delight”. Naturally, the concept of being “in love” is not the same as the objective concept of love. But to conceptually distinguish the two is not the objective of this poem. For my intention is to simply try to capture … Continue reading Lover’s delight