Believe VI

Do you believe? Yes, I believe. How do you believe? I pray, I say and in the day, I do... I stay and I pay and I keep in the way. I lay off weights, and rise to make hay and receive every message of GOD by the rays of the sun. I talk to … Continue reading Believe VI

Believe V

Do you believe? Yes, I believe. Who do you believe? I believe GOD. I believe GOD is Father and beginning. I believe GOD is priest and evening. I believe GOD is JESUS and JESUS is GOD. I believe in JESUS and all HE lived, reached, preached, healed, fought, died, resurrected and ascended for. I believe … Continue reading Believe V

Believe IV

Do you believe? Yes, I believe. Where do you believe? …in front of a gold-plaited temptation; before hunger; at crucifixion – like a thief hanging beside the saviour; in famine; at near-death and equal death situations; on fear; in fire; standing by the fig-tree which is barren; before barren lands burnt by wild fire which … Continue reading Believe IV

Believe III

Do you believe? Yes I believe. When Do you believe? Now...and tomorrow. When I'm weak, believing is my fortress; when I am on a journey to seek, believing is my compass. I see by belief and I believe to see. When I am lonely, when I worry, when I am teary, when I am daring, … Continue reading Believe III

Believe II

Do you believe? Yes, I believe. Why do you believe? I believe because I can and I should thus I would. I was born to believe so I burn to believe. Believing – to me – is breathing to be. Believing – to me – is birthing to see. Believing – to me – is … Continue reading Believe II

Believe I

GOD is the resurrection, the fusion of all explanations for being and seeing and living and believing.

The Well

Retailing Retelling An Original “Jacob meets Rachel” Scene. When the lights come up, the narrator walks to the stage with a smile that says, “I know something you all dont know yet”. Her condescending display is not inducing but we couldn’t get a replacement in time. Jacob must be tired, with an outer skin made … Continue reading The Well

Jacob’s Vow

If I go and you give me breath, you would be the air I breathe or nothing at all. If I go and you provide for me, I would provide a place for your dwelling – a house without walls made by man for man. If I go and you go with me, I would go with you wherever you go.

The House of GOD

For Jacob – after gaining consciousness from the vision in his slumber by night – it was certain, to him, that the place he slept was the House of GOD. His conclusion was that where GOD is and where GOD's presence is felt and experienced has to be the house of GOD. That’s one side of the narrative; consequently, GOD’s presence can be felt anywhere and everywhere so it is not necessarily a particular location (in this terms, physical), it goes beyond that.