Clear was the night and the Magi could see the bright star. Quiet was the countryside and the shepherds could hear the angelic choir.
Behold, I stand at the door, and knock: if any man hear my voice, and open the door, I will come in to him, and will sup with him, and he with me. — Revelation 3:20 Two men trudged slowly down the dusty road Towards Emmaus.
March in the footsteps of the Truth. Accept your wholeness, heal, and shine! Advance! Move forward in the Truth.
Unperturbed by a “legion” of demons the Master chose neither to let them alone nor to confine them temporarily in some unseen abyss but in the name of the one I am to consign them permanently to the realm of self-stifling nonentity for all to witness their final dismissal. Father, help me so to choose neither to ignore evil nor to postpone its confrontation but with Christly authority to behold its annihilation through faithful witnessing to the all-goodness of the one I am.
In simple trust I come to Thee. As a child seeking to know, it is to Thee where I must turn.
Our Father-Mother God Holds us in Love’s embrace, We cannot stumble, fear, nor fail While in this cherished place; But glow with noontide glory Reflecting radiant Soul, Immortal, perfect, beautiful, God’s man—divinely whole! —Dilys Bell.
the lion will lie down with the lamb all that gnaws stalks preys consumes will give up the surrender will be silent no fanfare: it is the moment when —self-aware— we come to ourselves uncompromised unravaged pristine an undisputable joy about us — Joni Overton-Jung.
Matthew 14:20 Father, thank you, for what seemed so inconsequential— those small, unused, unshared ideas. In gratitude we witnessed release from lack and conception grew to sufficiency for all.
Can you swaddle Love in burial clothes? Or bind up Truth in knots? Tie a napkin on Mind’s face? Hide the expression of God? —Imprison Spirit in a tomb of rock? —Mourn Soul as forever lost? Love’s idea, eternal now, infinite and free, is never bound in clothes of lies—of physicality. Listen! “Father, I thank thee that thou hast heard me.
I am God’s perfect child No sin, no fault, no stain. Innocent in every way I bear my Father’s name.