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The Creator wanted to make contact, to give, but what we needed was not in His nature. To acquire this, He took on flesh. Jesus is the connection between God and humanity.

Jesus considered giving to be worth the agony of the cross and the torments of Hell. How much more then should we be willing to give, seeing our cost in that giving is so much less than His? If He had not planted the seed of His life in the ground, there would have been no multiplication of Light. So too, God calls on us to invest all we have, all we are, to plant the seed He has given us into the Kingdom of God, that Light may multiply in a world shrouded in darkness.

" Time turns a page" of the story of my life, and ties to Sleeping Silent.

" Never read before" is that each human life is unique. If God so designed each flake of snow, how much more each human being?

"Each breath hides" ties to the "two dark ends" of Art Of Pantomime on a second by second basis.

" Opening my eyes" is the desire for Truth and knowledge.

"Need taught me greed" ties back to the Predator theme, in that as I grew up I learned to take what I wanted from the world.

"Hope to receed" is that this taking left me without hope because there is always someone stronger who will prey upon me, as I do upon others, and because my desires were never satisfied very long by my spoils.

"God learned to bleed" in that Jesus, the Creator of all things, laid down the glory He'd possessed in Heaven for eternity and took on the role of the servant, suffering the death of the cross, in order to reconcile us to God. Jesus while in the flesh experienced our life, including shedding His blood. Jesus knows humanity from the inside out, and is thus a compassionate High Priest for us.

" Today is our past" in that we harvest what we have planted by our actions.

"This key" is that it is better to give than to receive.

" What looked like defeat" is that Satan thought he'd won when he killed Jesus.

"Master Plan" is that in fact Satan wrecked his authority by bringing Jesus to Hell.

"Through planting a Son" is that God planted the seed of His Son in this earth that Jesus might reconcile us to God, producing a multitude of sons and daughters.

 
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Home Page Works Series 1-Quest To Be Whole Album 12-One Song