“I can lay it all down and take it up again.” (Jn. 10)
The hidden is a place where one resides, when she/he thinks there only hopelessness; no forward movement.
Sometimes, it is a matter of opening a new door; cracking it ever so slightly, just enough to see the dawn of a new day slipping through.
Taking one step forward and embracing my peace, allows a sliver of hope to peek through and momentum to continue.
“What is hidden is hidden no more.”
“Listen for my Voice. ‘I AM’ in the Silence, in the Wind.” (PAZ)
Welcome to our ‘Son Day for Sunday’ message.
As always we are on a very special journey with Jesus.
He is calling:
“Listen for my Voice. I am calling you!”
From where do you come and where are you going?
Following along a pea stone path, we come upon a bend in the road; making a decision to turn left or right awaits us. Yet, off in the distance is the sound of a small, familiar voice; calling us, beckoning us to come closer.
We turn in the direction of the voice, discovering all is not lost, even if we are; in the moment.
We see Jesus, just outside a thicket of Olive Trees, waving us on to come closer, “Hearts that are open, with ears to hear, listen to me!”
There is a sense of purpose and peace, “If today you hear God’s voice, harden not your heart.”
“I must lead them and they will know my voice.” (Jn. 10)
Jesus asked his friends the following:
Why are you so disturbed? (Lk. 24)
I’ve been offering you my peace in various forms; the obvious and the hidden.
By taking in my peace, it allows one’s Spirit to resonate with a sequence of heaven that is connected to me; herein being, in all that is and ever will be.
The peace that I offer is found in the deep recesses and spaces; places that otherwise would remain dormant or undisturbed. These are the spaces in need of God’s Healing and Love.
Why do such ideas cross your mind?
Look at my hands and feet. It is I, really. (Lk. 24)
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“My Peace is My Food for You!”
“My peace encompasses and embraces humanity.”
Are you getting spiritually nourished?
The harvest is ready, are you?
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“Passing thru, passing thru,
Sometimes happy, sometimes blue
So glad that I ran into you,
Tell the people that we’re only passing thru.”*
We are one week past Resurrection Sunday and much has transpired. We transition into a new season, whether we are ready or not.
The Spiritual Calendar is like a wheel that’s always changing.
Jesus flowed with God’s wheel; passing through here and there, staying long enough and then moving on, “As the Father has sent me so I send you.”
“I saw Jesus on the cross, on a hill called Calvary
Don’t hate mankind for what they’ve done to you?
He said talk of love, not hate
There’s no time, it’s getting late
I’ve so little time and I’m only passing thru.”*
Are you in sync with God’s Wheel? Are you “Passing Through?”
*Passing Thru by R. Blakeslee
“I am with you through the end of all time; eternity and beyond!”
The time of the tomb has passed. The darkness has lifted. The sun is rising in the East; humanity is calling.
The Opening of Hope & Rising Together:
The sliver of Light that appears with the dawn brings one the promise of all that is new, “The earth may pass away, but I will not.”
At first, she did not recognize me. As I spoke to Mary, the Light emanated all around. It was in the recognition of the Light that preceded the spoken word; creating an instantaneous connection and a promise of hope.
On this Resurrection Sunday, let us take a moment to pause and pray:
“God, please bring all who are lost to where they may see Jesus’ broken body healed and raised; so in their own brokenness, they too may rise. You come to heal the secret wound of every soul.
We come as stumbling children who neither understand nor know how to pray.
Please, send the Holy Shekinah Spirit to intercede for us.
We ask this in the name of the one who loves us with an ‘Everlasting Love’, in the name of Yeshua Jesus, the Lord, Amen!”
“Let us embrace the power of Christ’s Resurrection and continue our spiritual walk with him.”