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"TO LOVE YOUR NEIGHBOR AS YOURSELF IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN ALL BURNTS OFFERINGS AND SACRIFICES."
2005.01.07 - Action Moth Incident (Faith without works is dead; James 2:17)
Date: : January 7, 2005
Location: Meeting room (2nd Floor), AWM Business Center, Weno, Chuuk, FSM
Aira Mijares, Carlos Pakingan, Erwin Mijares, Zoilo Sanalilia Jr., Marlon Francisco, Freddie Villanueva, Renato Tejada, Celso Berdon, Moises Esmena, Mars Francisco, Victor Ebesate, Lonnel Inguillo, Joel Villanueva, Santiago (Charlote) Longakit, Jerome Doctor, Teresa Pantanosa, Julian Guillermo, Antero De Josef, Robin Esmeralda, Geronimo Fritz, Roland Wengu, Angelene Aten, Nercy Fred, Jason Pauig, Mensior Nine, Steve Mori, Bernadette Aten, and Ricky Virtucio (some may not be listed here)
On January 7, 2005, about a month after of the Bread Moth Incident, another moth of similar physical description of the first, entered the seminar room at 7:30am after the speech of Steve Mori, the administrative office of the company. When I took over the floor and about to begin the lecture, I saw a moth entering from the 90-foot hallway. (See sketch below).
I stopped suddenly my lecture and gave order to the class not to move and talk; I remained motionless while attentively observing the movement of the moth. I gave this instruction from all kinds of movements and talking because of the very first miraculous incident involving moth. Without it first to take place, I would not do such and would even bother the moth. Moth is just an insect, and it is normal to see a moth even in such situation. However, not this kind of moth, which was under divine intervention, as already been revealed from the first moth, as in the following link:
And this now another divine revelation as it got in the seminar room. It flew overhead the class passing in front of me towards Charlotte, sitting in the first row farthest from the hallway. The insect perched to Charlotte’s lip and remained there for about three seconds. Then to the underfoot of Steve and Nercy who were sitting together in front row. The moth perched and stayed each underfoot for 2 seconds. And then, the insect flew up and went to the second row. It landed to the hand of Moises, our hard-working electrician, then to the hand of Marlon (our diligent store supervisor), and then to Joe, our industrious carpenter, who sat at the fourth row, with about 2 seconds each time also. The moth landed exactly on the same spot on the hand of each of the three, Moises, Marlon, and Joe.
And as to the other details are shown on the sketch below.
Each of us in the room gave the moth full freedom to fly or to perch to anything or anyone and after perching to six people in the classroom, the moth flew upward to the ceiling and then landed to the door of my office, adjacent to the seminar room. Just after the session, I approached and looked closely the light brown moth (with little black spots on wings) while in her stationary position at the spot two feet above the floor. I announced to the group not to disturb the moth, and in the following morning when I came to office, the moth was no longer there.
1. If the Bread Moth Incident did not occur prior to this second moth, this Action Moth Incident will not take place. The Bread
Moth Incident touched my life, bringing me to deeper spiritual awakening on the meaning of life:
2. I became extremely observant of any insect, like moth in particular, that I saw the Action Moth entering the seminar room and
it was timely that I able to give instruction for the class not to move or talk, giving freedom for the Action Moth.
3. Why the moth emerged in the morning from somewhere when it is nocturnal insect?
4. Where could it come from, having a 90-foot hallway to fly through towards the meeting room?
5. Why the moth moved and perched on this fashion;
- First: Lip (1 person)
- Second: Underfoot (2 persons)
- Third: Hand (3 persons at same location, back of the hand)
6. How would the moth be able to know Charlotte, the most talkative in the class, since it landed on right the spot, his lip?
7. How would the moth be able to know Moises, the most diligent and hardworking among the employees, and why would it
land on his hand and not on other parts of the body?
8. How would the moth still perched on the hand of the other hardworking employee, Marlon?
9. How did the moth able to know third guy, Joe, who is also industrious employee?
10. Why right after the scene, the moth flew up to ceiling and landed down and came to rest on my office door, two feet above
The revelatory message for this Action Moth Incident is expressed on the following:
- 1 John 3:16-18, “This is how we know what love is: Jesus Christ laid down his life for us. And we ought to lay down our lives for our brothers and sisters. If anyone has material possessions and sees a brother or sister in need but has no pity on them, how can the love of God be in that person? Dear children, let us not love with words or speech but with actions and in truth.”
- James 2:14-17, “What good is it, my brothers and sisters, if someone claims to have faith but has no deeds? Can such faith save them? 15 Suppose a brother or a sister is without clothes and daily food. If one of you says to them, “Go in peace; keep warm and well fed,” but does nothing about their physical needs, what good is it? In the same way, faith by itself, if it is not accompanied by action, is dead.”
In connection to the above, I wish to add the Greatest Commandment:
- Mark 12:30-31, “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’ The second is this: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no commandment greater than these.”
And followed by this:
- Mark 12:32-33, “Well said, teacher,” the man replied. “You are right in saying that God is one and there is no other but him. 33 To love him with all your heart, with all your understanding and with all your strength, and TO LOVE YOUR NEIGHBOR AS YOURSELF IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN ALL BURNT OFFERINGS AND SACRIFICES.”
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