Identifying and Evaluating a Sanctified Lifestyle

1) The flow of Words
from the abundance of the heart, spoken or written

2) The flow of
Sweat
physical and/or mental effort, tasks performed

3) The flow of
Money
providing financial support, taxes and philanthropy

4) The flow of
Blood
always ready to be shed in donations or martyrdom

5) The flow of
Reproductive seed
regenerating at least a few saintly children.

An observation of these
five flows is just one means
to evaluate sanctification, or lack thereof, in any
individual's lifestyle. Mere animals are instinctual,
compulsive
eaters, consumers whose hunger and
bad habits easily devolve into killing. Animals have
no sense of a Rule of Law, no natural, intellectual
ethics or morality, no prayerful consciousness of a
Creator and Father.  
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-1

The Saints of the Most High, the Millennial Society
of Emmanuel's Civilization, are a penitential,
purified, sanctified group of human beings who
have not taken their soul in vain; the immortality
and consecration of the human mind, heart, soul
and body is optimized by the actual Presence of the
Spirit of God flooding the perfecting organism.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-2

The productivity of a citizen, in the Restoration of
the Kingdom of David, has been made purely
exocentric with a reward of Everlasting Love from
the Designer of this process, including incorruptible
health, wealth, and immortality, with the splendor
of weddings; legitimate, heterosexual relationships.  
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-3

Homosapiens, tantamount to mere animals, are
under judgment for blasphemy, lies, and obscenity,
parasitic lethargy, negligence, selfishness,
cowardice, murder, and mindless immorality that
includes whoremonging, prostitution, adultery,
pornography, homosexuality, incest, and pedophilia.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-4

Flows are often, by choice, corrupt, unclean, and
self-destructive, a forfeiture of the sanctified
Immortality of Israeli King Emmanuel's Risen Saints.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-5

THE FLOW OF WORDS
Whether in thoughts, private conversations, emails,
social networking, radio, TV, speeches, or writing,
the
flow of words from the human heart and mind
reveal that the Word of God has designed us in an
Image that includes this revelation of His Own
literate, sanctified interaction with His created order.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-6

Both human beings and the angelic orders are
shepherded, informed, admonished, guided,
commanded, praised or condemned
by words that
are weighted with meaning. Design is derived from
Our Creator's Own intention to beautifully establish
an immortal civilization of diverse, intelligent,
communicative, involved, and ultimately sanctified
immortal peoples.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-7

For the record, in 2012 AD, the most valued
sources of words are as follows:
1) Multimedia / television, radio, newspapers,
magazines, journals . . .
2) Internet, emails, Facebook, Twitter, Wikipedia,
ebooks . . .
3) Conversations with family, friends, congregants,
co-workers; cell phones . . .
4) Books, printed and bound / esp. the Bible,
featuring Psalms, Proverbs, and Prophecy.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-8

Human beings who are unworthy of the call to
resurrection and immortality are often easily
identified by what they say.
Words that flow from
the impenitent sinner are laced with an abundance
of verbal improprieties flow from an errant heart
as follows:
1)
Frequent obscenities; profanity, unclean words
flowing from the cesspool of immorality . . .
2)
Mindless, prayerless blasphemy; using the Name
of God in vain . . .
3)
Gossip; an abusive inconsideration of another's
well-being; insensitive hearsay repeated to others . . .
4)
Lies; careless falsehoods, libelous disinformation
that harms the lives of other people . . .
5)
Lies that cover-up immoral misconduct and/or
criminal behaviors . . .
6)
Idle chatter, wasted time; too often devolves  
into compulsed, passionate, or seductive behaviors
7)
Pernicious ideas; the propagation of deceptive
political and/or religious concepts.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-9

Sacred Scripture, in Judeo-Christian Western
Civilization, the Bible will always provide thousands
of words written by the Spirit, for the pure purpose
of inspiration, warning, prophecy and healing.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-10

The manipulation of words also flows from some
of
the powers that be. Deception causes us to
believe in that which is not, or to view something
bad as good. Propaganda, or double-think, has the
purpose of enabling organized powers to operate in
a favorable environment regardless of the lack of
justification, regardless of goodness, regardless of
God's Plan. This flow of words intends to obtain
and maintain a
controlling effect.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-11

Word Abuse (Coward, McCann & Geoghegan:
1979) is a book written by Dr. Donna Woolfolk
Cross revealing the manipulation of words by the
multimedia, advertising industry. Dr. Cross helps us
understand that the products bought are often not
necessarily as we have been led to believe.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-12

In the same way, we contemplate the forbidden
fruit in the Garden of Eden. By deception, the
serpent used a flow of words, a psychological
approach,
gravely distorting reality. The fruit of the
Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil is
presented as a source of pleasure and independent
empowerment rather than
a deceptive disobedience
causing acute suffering and death.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-13

Today, Peace is a word that effects a favorable
flow to the listener. We all yearn for peace; our
human organism is designed to flourish in an
environment that is without the threat of violence.
War is a word that almost always effects a negative
flow to the listener. We all dread war; our human
organism is susceptible to fear and insecurity.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-14

But in this era of apocalyptic fulfillment, when we
hear of wars and rumors of wars, we have to
muster a more mature and Biblically-informed
reaction to the words
war and peace.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-15

The apocalyptic beast and the false prophet will use
words; words that present as good, a bad era of
behaviorally-corrupt
false peace. Messianic writers
will direct your attention to the fulfillment of this
type of Scripture as it happens.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-16

The Man of Sin, by words, will deceive many
followers in order to establish a 42-month phase of
false peace that devolves into extreme nocturnal
debauchery and covert murder. But a
manipulation
of words
will present this final deception as a time
of international peace, celebration and joy.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-17

By words flowing from prophetic sources, we will
be informed, inspired and prepared for war and
tribulation. This
Millennial Civilization project
presents prophecy and Revelation, the Biblical
words of God Himself.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-18

We will endure and overcome . . . our refined and
efficacious
flow of words is just one manifestation
of the
sanctification of the saints. AMEN.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-19


THE FLOW OF SWEAT
"Go to the ant, you sluggard; consider its ways and
be wise" was written by King Solomon, Son of
David, 3,000 years ago. This verse in Sacred
Scripture helps us to understand that something as
lowly and mundane as
the flow of sweat, energetic
manual labor, is
a spiritual priority.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-20

The priority of diligence and energy is needed in a
society that encourages us to be virtually obsessed
and hypnotized by consumptive, lazy, sedentary,
unemployed or under-employed, pleasures.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-21

One of the most modern required pleasures,
contrary to the inevitability of occasional sweat, is
the 20th century invention of
climate control; this
new environmental, desperate necessity is the
expensive addiction called
air-conditioning.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-22

We are spiritually evaluated and known by what we
require
; it's not what we have, it's what we require,
the demand within us that requires anything reveals
addictions; a list of pleasures we yearn for with, too
often, an
angry desperate passion.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-23

Our narcissistic self-love is typically in denial of this
personal fault; we see ourselves as basically more
sophisticated than a debased Homosapien who
craves and angrily demands continuous pleasures.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-24

But if we peel back the vanity and see the core of
every human being, we see an
unrefined, immature
organism
that easily, readily devolves into a
confused, hysterical creature
demanding satiety,
now. THE FIVE FLOWS 1-25

We are judged for attitudes and rebellion, for what
our prayerless, panicky, consumptive mode
requires.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-26

In contemporary society we have so many requisite
pleasures that, if we had to go without these
pleasures, our core-being would be
in exposure as
impure, compulsive, argumentative, complaining,
litigious, assaultive, and to varying degrees, violent.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-27

We may not have the introspection to understand
this yet, but
What we would do . . . is what we are.
What we would do is what we are.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-28

What we would do reveals the spiritually-organic,
internalized, biological computations that drive us
with involuntary passion. We can even devolve to
hatred of the Creator and Designer, the very Spirit
Who has led us to the choice of
overcoming
consumptive weakness and healing behavioral
vulnerability.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-29

This choice, to endure and overcome, sweating-out
the averse circumstances that condition our  
self-control and make us stronger, without falling
into the attitudinal
rebellion of devils, is the spiritual
maturation of a dignified, empowered servant within
the domain of
Ascetical Philosophy.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-30

Our 'woulds' are what we are. Judgment by the
Spirit of our Omniscient Creator and Father sees us
transparently. Our internalized lines of code, so to
speak, are laid bare to the angels who protect  
penitential people or abandon impenitent sinners.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-31

Our aversion to the flow of sweat is childish and
immature in terms of endurance, and especially
jeopardizes our apocalyptic well-being; spiritual
attitudes and maturation are needed for
intelligent
survival
in the Great Tribulation.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-32

Today, consumptive addictions ranging from
gluttony to cocaine are common everywhere.
Disobedience's lethargy and negligence are in denial
of any wisdom from
the proverbial ant. And
concomittant to this is the desperate need to always
be in that comfortable, climate-controlled room or
vehicle, sipping sugary sodas or alcoholic beverages.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-33

Enigmatic, premature deaths such as heart attacks,
cancers, and fatal car crashes are too often primary
indications of Almighty God's Spirit of providential,
judgmental wrath, not usually seen in introspection
or in observation.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-34

Abandonment to an unfortunate, premature fate is
too often brought on by negligences that have
devolved into permanent behaviors. We are
judged for our consumptive addictions . . .
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-35

The virtue of a flowing, voluntary sweat, that is,
when we perform tasks that require
the humility of
manual labor
, this labor can become an aversion
that devolves in a organism that has lost any ability
to continue to endure temporary adversity.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-36

An inactive flow of sweat is one indication of a
person who has chosen to become
lukewarm, a
spiritually immature or dead organism.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-37

In this context we observe lukewarm behaviors and
characteristics, preponderant and required by too
many of modern civilization's corruptible people,
listed as follows:
1)
Air-Conditioning; rejection of environments
without A/C . . .
2)
Sedentary vocations causing obesity . . .
3)
Under-achievement & greed; income
disproportionate to skills and effort . . .
4)
Disobedience and rebellion that places
unreasonable demands on employers and the state;
5)
Failed attitudes that devolve into hatred of God
and people, often consummating in suicides.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-38

We have it within our power to volunteer to
perform tasks and mitzvahs (good deeds) that  
require
a meritorious flow of sanctifying, disciplined
sweat. This flow gradually fosters a good attitude  
and
a spinal fortitude that will survive any time of
tribulation.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-39

Humble manual labors, physical fitness by exercise,
self-denial of A/C especially when alone, household
tasks such as lawn and garden, military enlistment,
the academic anguish of higher education; always,
this internalized readiness
to sweat and overcome, is
one attribute that develops personalities who revel in
life's
oscillating instances of pain and pleasure.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-40

In Millennial Civilization, the saints will experience
the intensification of protracted pleasure, augmented
and enhanced by the contrast of a mature,
prayerful, voluntary endurance of the relatively
brief, temporal discomforts of sweat and pain.
AMEN
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-41

THE FLOW OF MONEY
Of the five primary flows from the active human
organism, none so often affects the human heart
than
the flow of money. On a daily basis, the
expenditure, the acquisition, the retention, and the
basic need for money commands motives and
reactions that proceed from the heart and impact
the lives of others.
 
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-42

A person's behavior with excess, with wealth, easily
reveals the likelihood of
sanctification, or lack
thereof. An extremely generous person, who also
lives without behavioral vices, is rare and saintly.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-43

Philanthropy by those who are debauched,  
brutal and criminal can be
essentially worthless.  
Sooner of later, the philanthropist has to answer
for all
financial and sexual misconduct that may
be covered up by ostentatious giving.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-44

A person's behavior with scarcity, with poverty,
reveals a saintly person's uncommon contentment,
or, too often, the common envy and connivances of
desperate people who covet, steal, conspire, rebel,
rob, and kill to obtain other people's money or
property.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-45

The feeling of blush, of passion, of desire, of
stress, or of pleasure is discernibly observed when
viewing others, or felt in our own heart when
immersed with introspection; and all of this can
happen from a relatively small sum of money.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-46

Blush can be caused by the embarrassment of
insufficiency;
passion by the imminence of gain or
the proximity of other peoples' money;
desire by the
likelihood of gain in gambling or investments, or an
increase in income or felony grand theft;
stress by
the hypertensive anticipation of loss; and
pleasure in
the secure flow of assets into, and proceeding from,
one's protected estate.  
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-47

Three variable flows of money proceed from us to
others, other than the moral obligation of providing
for immediate dependents, listed as follows:
1) Taxes
2) Donations
3) Gifts
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-48

God Loves a Cheerful Giver; many citizens are
angry about government taxation, others believe that
our taxes legitimately contribute to society's
quality
of life
. Philanthropic donations other than taxes, in
American society, are reported now at more than
$300 billion per year.                                         
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-49

American generosity from millions of saintly people
will be recorded in the annals of human history as a
primary attribute explaining, in part, the flow of
power, the God-given spiritual
survivability of the
Western Civilization's Judeo-Christian USA.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-50

Retail sales and gift-giving are intense, sometimes
out-of-control, as evidenced on the day after
Thanksgiving, retail's so-called
Black Friday.  
The Holy Spirit of our embarrassed Creator and
Father often delays the consequences of these
impassioned, excessive, unashamed
spending
disorders.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-51

Gift-giving appears as the altruistic motive to
passionately purchase durable goods, but the wild
behaviors, bursting into the store with hypertensive
panting, expose that these
same personalities, in a
time of extreme
national emergency, would literally,
shamefully fight to the death over merchandise, and
in some cases, these personalities would readily
devolve into
hysterical looting.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-52

The flow of financial passion from the heart is
documented by the Spirit; God's angels who guide
and protect us are always with us, writing
a
biography unseen
and never fully read except in
one's own
conscience, made inadvertently alive and
introspective in a soulful consciousness discovered
in the realm of post-mortem immortality.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-53

The pleasure of a conscience made sanctified by the
virtue of adequate giving contrasts greatly with the
conviction and torment of
a shamed conscience
under a judgment attributable to selfishness, fraud,
negligence, impenitent debauchery, or capital crimes.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-54

The flow of money is our most immediate, daily
opportunity to turn to the right and draw the
empathy and compassion of the Spirit. We may feel
displeasure or contempt for a
panhandler due to the
disorder of a street behavior, but we have so many
legitimate recipients of philanthropy, including
friends and family who always react with reciprocal
gratitude and affection when given gift cards.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-55

Wrath and correction, otherwise pending, may often
be
forestalled and even cancelled due to the merit
and virtue of
giving when linked to behavioral
modification and penitential purification.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-56

God's Design for His People features this primary
virtue, the flow of giving from a sanctified,
incorruptible source of voluntary philanthropy.
AMEN.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-57

THE FLOW OF BLOOD
The flow of blood causes more emotional stress
than the other flows. But a virtuous person feels an
internal desire and need
to donate blood for others,
with the Red Cross or Lifestream.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-58

And in a critical time of risk, law enforcement,
national emergency, or military combat,
willingness
to be in harm's way is one of the most important
spiritual qualities, an indication of selflessness and
martyric saintliness.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-59

But when we are inhibited, the retention of an
anticipated flow of blood is an indication of
internalized disobedience that points to a contracted
personality afraid for its own safety, prioritizing
self-love and instinctual self-preservation.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-60

Overcoming self-love and the shame of cowardice
is one of the more obvious obstacles on our path
toward Everlasting Life.  
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-61

Our walk with God requires, sooner or later, that
we be willing to be nobly
sacrificed with the
Messiah in imitation of martyric apostles and Jewish
prophets who gave us the Bible, and martyric,
Israeli role-model precedents.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-62

When we observe leaders and candidates for public
office, one of the most important indications of
sincerity is an unihibited personality
ready to be
slain
for principles, for God and Country. The
deployment of security networks is part of this
modern sociological order.  
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-63

But proactive individuals are not supposed to require
excessive personal security when faith in God
Himself is the causal power that guarantes the
presence of the Spirit and His angels surrounding
us,
preempting any possible attack.  
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-64

Messiah Emmanuel said, He who loses his life for
my sake, the same will find it.
This inverse, losing
and finding, reveals the need to attain to a level of
the Spirit's sanctification poured into the person
who has been
poured out in the performance of the
Will of God.  
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-65

Emptiness, the abnegation of self-preservation in
relation to the people and nation we love, is a
spiritual requirement, a personal, selfless quality
attained to by the few.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-66

Emptiness in the purified servant reveals that
risk-taking
on behalf of others is knowledgeable,
rational, and deeply distracted by an acute and
prayerful love; dignified servitude that is full of
an intelligent hope.  
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-67

The Designer of the human organism has designed
interpersonal relations for all peoples who naturally
form communities within His Everlasting Kingdom.
Interpersonal interactions are now given
a depth of
quality
by those who are always ready and willing
to selflessly donate blood in times of emergency.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-68

Unwillingness to donate blood too often exposes an
introverted self-love that isolates itself from the
community of humanitarian saintliness.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-69

A spontaneous willingness to shed blood on behalf
of another
reveals that at least one part of the
individual is in a natural state of merit, requisite to
eligibility for
sanctification by the Spirit.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-70

Also, a draw of blood in a medical lab is analyzed
for its
unhealthful properties. One of the worst
corruptions of blood today is the HIV/AIDS plague.
Indeed, this apocalyptic, sexually-transmitted
disease is an indication of
severe disobedience, a
Biblical plague wrought by the apocalyptic wrath of
God, as in the book of
Numbers chapter 25,
and again
As in the Days of Noah.  
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-71

It's so satisfying and reassuring when told that your
blood is healthy, that your blood contains rare
antibodies, used especially for transfusions in
infants.  
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-72

A proactive ascetic philosophy helps to purify the
blood by
rational abstinence from excessive foods,
alcoholic drinks, sugary beverages, the uncleanness
of tobacco, and narcotic substance abuses generally
recognized as contrary to sustained health and
longevity.  
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-73

The sexually indiscreet, corrupt and sinful AIDS
patient who chooses abortion, adultery, prostitution,
homosexuality, anal sex, or non-hygienic narcotics
addiction causes the judgment of a Creator and
Father
Whose heart is filled with pain.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-74

But millions of saints, harvested from billions of
sinners, will be distinguished for selfless behavioral
qualities; featuring primarily the flow of blood.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-75

The Spirit of God is forever wed to the sinlessness
of Mankind.  
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-76

We are the Messiah's resurrected followers; the
crucified flow of blood will freely flow forever,  
with love, sanctification and immortality.
AMEN.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-77

THE FLOW OF REPRODUCTIVE SEED
A sacred personality may also be found in an
observation of
sexuality; the voluntary flow of
reproductive seed. Intelligent self-control is
challenged by passion's indiscreet compulsion; the
immaturity of impulsive self-gratification flows
illegitimately regardless of the consequences.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-78

Too often an observational evaluation of the flow of
reproductive seed will reveal prostitution, adultery,
rape, pedophilia, human trafficking, and
homosexuals; individuals who choose to be
the dogs
outside
(Revelation 22:15) the realm of Emmanuel's
sanctification.  
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-79

But the loving individual who is sexually active
cannot be simply judged by simpletons. Some of the
worst kinds of misjudgment are the product of
moralistic religionists whose sexual values have
become a cause for proactive self-righteousness
and a condemnatory assault against loving people.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-80

Many, many people seem to get away with immoral
behaviors,
with no immediate consequences.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-81

But the Spirit of the God of Israel, that same Spirit
Who gave our
heterosexual forefathers and the
prophets the written words of Sacred Scripture, this
Omniscient, Loving, but Exacting Spirit Alone
knows the entire internalized, sexual state-of-being
that drives or inhibits every
sanctified saint, and
impenitent sinner, on this blessed planet.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-82

Our Bible has numerous narratives and proverbial
admonitions that outline for us the parameters of the
flow of sexual liberty. The Designer of human life
knows that history's time contingencies impact upon
society's developmental standards of conduct,
varying from era to era.  
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-83

But prohibitions on adultery, prostitution, and
homosexuality
have always been consistently judged
by the immutable standards of the Holy Spirit.
Almighty God will not immortalize impenitent sexual
immorality.  
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-84

Polygamy, with concubines, was acceptable during
the golden era of our Israeli forefathers. Now,
bigamy and charges of living in sin often identify
the sinner as a fool who will be judged unless sexual
behavior is modified, made penitential, monogamous
or celibate.  
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-85

But it is certain that the women and men who are
photographed for pornographic magazines are,
more often than not, judged by Almighty God as
prostitutes and adulterers whose
consciences are
deadened
and whose flow of seed is corrupt.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-86

Israeli King Solomon was not simply judged by his
Creator and Father for his women. But when the
Israeli king's behavior violated, at this sensitive time
of Israeli society's new unified kingdom, the
prohibition on foreign women and their idolatry,
Solomon and his descendants suffered the loss of
Israel's unified sovereign power.  
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-87

When Almighty God spoke most favorably to King
Solomon, the son of David already had relations
with many Jewish females. But King Solomon's
disobedient backsliding caused the loss of
empowerment previously given by his Creator,
Father and King.  
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-88

Sexual relations always have secondary and tertiary
dimensions that either
legitimize the relationship or
convict the sinner of an offense made apparent by
the subtlety of spiritual standards.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-89

The Bible's behavioral outline, revealing objective
unacceptability of humankind's improper sexual
interactions, is given in the book of Leviticus,
chapters 18 and 20.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-90

But when we are too quick to judge others, we are
ignorant of Natural Law's
subjective circumstances
that knowledgeably distinguish each individual,
known essentially
only by the Omniscient Spirit of
God Himself, to Whom we pray, or neglect to pray.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-91

Human ignorance, and the dysfunctional absence of
true prayer,
makes dangerous any reckless attitude
that pro-actively chooses to assault others based on
one's own peculiar, non-judicious opinions.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-92

Our Sacred Scripture includes admonitions and
narratives that illustrate every form of obedience
and disobedience to the Will and Design of God,
featuring
three favorable and eight unfavorable
flows of sexual behavior, listed alpha-numerically  
as follows:  
1) Adultery; unfaithfulness
2)
Celibacy
3) Detestable practices; orgies; bestiality
4) Homosexuality; sodomy
5) Incest
6)
Heterosexual Monogamy
7) Pedophilia
8) Pornography
9) Prostitution & Human Trafficking
10) Rape; military rape camps & 'comfort women'
11)
Virginity
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-93

The Five Flows Identifying and Evaluating a
Sanctified Lifestyle
is intended as a basic source of
guidance for we who are enduring the presence of
corrupt behaviors around us; the dominant societal
characteristics in a corrupt and dying world.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-94

Our Words, our Sweat, our Money, our Blood,
and our Sexuality can all be a part of a righteous
life made ready for health, wealth, and immortality,
that is, for
sanctification by the Holy Spirit in
Messiah Emmanuel's Millennial Civilization.
AMEN.
THE FIVE FLOWS 1-95

                     *  *  *  *  *
This ends the first essay in
Ascetical Philosophy;
The Five Flows Identifying and Evaluating a
Sanctified Lifestyle
has been published to the
Internet in 2012 and to Amazon Kindle in 2013.

In writings that follow, in Millennial Civilization,
the Five Flows will be examined in more depth
illustrating personalities from quality fiction, from
novels and films, and from biographies in real life.

All writing for this project is found at
scepterofjudah.net and scepterofjudah.com.

Alex Rothschild
March 7 2013
The Scepter of Judah Millennial Literary Project

Emmanuel's
MILLENNIAL CIVILIZATION
       
The Five Flows
Words  Sweat  Money  Blood  Seed

written by Alex Rothschild
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