LoVèth


Oh, that this carnal appetites of the soul

will lose its inferno

burning inside this fragile temples of a lower man,

who is

sufficient and whole;

partaking from the insufficiency of thy presence.


Dying, dying, dying!

May I die from the appeals of the mundane

becoming worthy of you, O’ Lord

My heart is numb towards thy kingdom and it’s righteousness, but my soul is alive to what you loathe


O’ life-giving spirit, the warmth of the Father, the purifying furnace of God

Quickened my spirit like a young deer panting for heavenly waters in the wild, to quench my soul of it’s thirst


Dying, dying, dying!

To the impulses of the flesh, the mundane

Finding a seat in your presence;

Captured by the effulgence of your glory

– 📸: unknown artist

A Trinket


This is so profound. The higher calling demands a surrender on the altar of reverence. The master is calling, our Lord Jesus needs functionaries to represent His Kingdom, on this side of life

I never noticed this until today. In the account of the “rich young ruler,” Mark considered it important enough to include it in his narrative. The Scripture reads, “And as he (Jesus) was setting out on his journey, a man ran up and knelt before him and asked, “Good Teacher, what must I do to inherit eternal life?(Mark 10:17)

Running to Jesus

The young man RAN to Jesus. This man had intent. He had determination. He had identified the source of what he had been seeking. We know this because he didn’t just run to Jesus but he caused Jesus to stop His journey. This is significant. Abraham did a similar thing, for we find in Genesis 18:2, “Abraham looked up and saw three men standing nearby. When he saw them, he hurried from the entrance of his tent to meet them and bowed low…

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