Entangled: A Little Too Many, A Little Too Close


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Philip Ezeani, a middle-aged single Christian finds himself in a roller coaster, undefined relationship with an unintended live-in lover, Zainab Audu Garba. His life is further complicated by the myriad of women in his past and present who have taken up various positions in his heart, unknown to them and often unclear to him. Philip finds himself unable to control himself and finally discovers that his life has not been hijacked by external forces but by something living inside him.

Based on a true story, Entangled tells explores the concepts of sin and forgiveness, sonship and slavery, lust and love. A young man finds himself failing over and over because he has failed to accurately analyze his true strengths and weaknesses. He fails because he has not taken time to be honest with himself. The filth hidden within his heart is suddenly exposed, embarrassing him, trapping him, enslaving him. He has judged others without first judging himself, oblivious of what he was capable of until he was exposed to the right (or wrong) set of circumstances.

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