“Look unto me until your gaze becomes so intense that you absorb the beauty of holiness.” (God at Eventide)
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“It is in this transformation, the making of a new vessel; it is here (in the heart) where the messages will pour forth. They are born in the Spirit and birthed in the heart.”
God is always trying to get my attention. In my world, I call this “Getting Beeped.”*
I had a dream the other night and I heard the words, “Transformation & Truth.” When the message is loud and clear, I pay attention and it’s a good thing I listen.
The next day, I received a follow up confirmation while searching for a scripture verse:
”God’s plan for transformation of life is to believe in His promise, ‘I will make you.’ God wants to be the cause that produces the effect of a transformed life.” (e-Sword)
Getting to the bottom of a situation is how we find God’s truth in the quietness of life; pausing and re-focusing by following the dream, inspiration or confirmation.
St. Paul, a flawed and transformed individual wrote these words: “Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind; so that you may discern what is of God – good, acceptable and perfect.”
We are the work of God’s hands molded and ready to step out, “I walk in the Light of Your Truth.” (Ps. 26:3)
“The one who walks with integrity speaks the truth within his heart.”(Ps. 15:2)
“I am speaking directly to you!”
I have so much for you. Don’t you want it all?
Imagine what would happen if you paid attention.
Imagine if I told you everything you needed to know.
Imagine if you retrained your brain to think as I do.
Imagine, a world without fear or depredation, can you?
There is so much to the gift you cannot imagine.
“Everything in the present is a present!”
“In His Presence is Power!”*
How strong is my spiritual commitment to fulfill this ministry of intercession, deep within the hidden recesses of my life?
“Going Deep means we are sent forth into diverse spaces for healing.”*
Am I allowing my spiritual life to waste away or am I focused?
To “Pause in the Presence” is to go deep, maintain focus and abide with the Risen Christ; in all places, spaces and manner of being.
“There is Power in His Presence!”*
“Come Away with Me!”
In 6th Chapter of St. Mark, we find Jesus is still on the move; it’s time for a break. He encourages his friends to come apart with him and rest awhile.
The people seeking and reaching followed Christ and in the moment, he had “compassion on them for they were like sheep without a shepherd.”
Have you been wandering aimlessly lost in your own thoughts, “Which way do I go?” “I need help.”
God reaches across the lines of hope, faith, understanding and freedom to stand with us in our times of need.
Faith helps us to build up a stock in the cookie jar and when life happens, we can reach in and remain as if; even if we feel we cannot.
We hum along with hope; believing in a better tomorrow, while standing in today.
“Weeping or distress may come in the night or appear during a bleak season, but joy always comes in the morning” and hope returns. Sometimes we are misunderstood but take heart. Understanding life is as it is for a moment, will shift.
Freedom is believing in faith, hope and understanding while laying a foundation in our walk with the Light of the World.
“God of compassion, help us!”
“When the Spirit of Truth comes; the Ruach will guide you in truth and lead you in the way you are to go.”
Last Sunday, the topic was “My Thoughts – My Ways.”
We trust that God has a plan and a purpose for us, as his ways are higher.
In preparation for God leading us in the way we need the go; we pause to fill ourselves up with new spiritual fuel, connecting with the Shekinah Spirit.
Here is a prayer, “Jesus Be My Everything” taken from my book “Awakening the Inner Ticker of Life” that I have used when wondering which way to go or was I following God’s way or the world’s way. May it bring you peace and clarity as you continue your spiritual walk:
“O’ Jesus, open my eyes and let my eyes be your eyes”.
“O’ Jesus, open my ears, and let my ears be your ears”.
“O’ Jesus, open my mouth and let my words be your words”.
“O’ Jesus, open my heart and let my heart be your heart”.
“O’ Jesus, be my everything”.
“Everything that I have is yours.”