When I was about to leave the house, I stepped outside and saw a 5 rupee coin. I take it as a talisman that financially the New Year 2019 will augur well with me. Money lying in the ground as an idiom means a prosperous financial climate. Money lying in the ground is a favorable sign for me. I hope money lying in the ground will make me prosperous in 2019.
For many years I have been suffering from insomnia. I dug the Bible: for a verse related to sleep. And I personalized the verse Proverbs: 3:24: “Anand when you lie down, your sleep will be sweet.”
the song of love
in me …
you fondly ….
Let me plant
your lips ….
Santa as an idiom means getting luck in a windfall. Many years ago I had a dream and in it I saw Santa engraved in a lottery ticket. Many years have passed by and this dream has not come into fruition. I hope Santa will luck me with a Kerala Christmas Bumper Lottery 2019 of 6 Crore Rupees.
Today was devastating for me. The relative whom I had been praying for passed away. Spiritual as an idiom means something disappointing or a woe happening to you. Today was a spiritual day for me. God don’t allow spiritual days to happen in my life.
Moses of the Old Testament was instructed by God to perform a miracle before the Pharaoh. There was staff which thrown on the ground became a snake. As an idiom, the staff of Moses means doing an extraordinary thing. What he did was the staff of Moses. Creative people do the Staff of Moses all the time.
This happened in 2016, when I was a teacher in an International School. I had a fondness for a Filipino girl with whom I wanted to fornicate. One day I marked her answer scripts wrongly and I had to face the music. Years went by and there was a period of my life when I was not in Christ and I wanted to do black magic on her so that she will yield to me and bed with me. Today asked God for forgiveness and I asked him to cleanse me with his blood.
Once upon a time, I was a wayward person, boozing, doping and whoring. Then I was taken to a pastor: who looked up at me and said: you are a temple priest and you are God’s unwanted’. Today back in Christ, I was discussing this with my spiritual mother and then she exclaimed: ‘gosh, that’s a curse’. She rebuked the curse by the ‘Blood of Christ’. Should pastors become judgmental about people and curse them? Actually Christ came for the sick and the broken. We are living in the grace era and it is our duty to bring souls to the Lord.
After the long reign of Joseph in Egypt Joseph died; a new Pharaoh came to power; he treated the Israelites very harshly and when saw that they were multiplying, he told the Hebrew midwives to kill Israelite children when they were born. The Hebrew midwives disobeyed the law of the Pharaoh. As an idiom a midwife means disobeying the law. We must become midwives to the unjust laws of the country. People who are midwives are rare in society. Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela were midwives in their societies.