Isaiah 45 is the forty-fifth chapter of Isaiah in the Hebrew Bible. There are only 25 verses in the entire chapter, and all 25 derive powerful meaning, if sensitive to its words.
When I was in San Francisco, I received a sign to build around Isaiah. I’ve consulted with friends, family, and most importantly, children of God on its contents of meaning. To me, it’s a highway to wealth, wisdom and wonders.
I’m going to re-brand this blog, and title it i45. Everything that I write or produce will be centered around this. I also want other’s that feel compelled to produce content around it to join me as editors.
As I typed, my nephew walked into my room and asked me three questions. Mind you, he’s only two years old.
He asked, “Hug?”; I gave him a hug.
He pursed his lips and said; “mmm?” (that’s how he asks for something when he doesn’t know the words describe it); I gave him a kiss.
He said, “gimme fiee?”; I gave him a high-five.
Then he ran off.
This child-like display of affection is how we should live our lives. We should embrace one another, love one another, and celebrate one another.
As I transition this page into this, I’m going to do my best to remove all self-from it, as a sign of removing my ego from everything. To starve the flesh and feed the soul. If you read my first post to my last, you’ll see right before your eyes that pattern that I’ve developed. It is now time for me to execute an deliver upon this calling.
p.s. I know this is late, but it’s Sunday somewhere in the world.