Gluttony has, and is always, depicted as sin in the Christian culture but sometimes, we won't look at in in that way when we pig out at resturants, indulge constantly in our favorite treats, or even pass off our greediness as ravenous hunger. According to the Holy Bible, Christians are to treat their bodies as a temple, because God's Spirit dwells within His people, and they are not of their own, but belonging to God. Therefore, their bodies should be kept healthy and holy, as a reflection of God's commandment toward His people. In this video, a poet named Karness, talks about a sin that is always left swept under the rug, gluttony. He uses eloquent wordplay, not to tickle your ears, but to penetrate the hearts of those who will hear and accept his message of truth. He delivers nice punchlines filled with similes and metaphors that, grabs a hold of you demanding your full attention and listening ear. This is one of Karness' poems that he recites at the P4CM church in Los Angeles, California, in front of a crowd of predominately college students, and young adults. Another poem that also sparked his poetic recognition, is the poem called, "Does Anybody Know That You're a Christian?". Even in this poem, he is an open vessel, speaking of truth from the Spirit of God. Karness and many other poets are part of a christian movement called P4CM (Passion For Christ Movement) with undeniable talent to speak and be heard by many. In what ways can you relate to this message?
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