“Do you need me? I am here.”
A few days ago, during meditation, I heard the words of a prayer that we use during our “Gathering of Friends” when we break bread together, “Do you need me? I am here.”
In an instant, I was walking in the Garden; taking a moment to view the spot where Jesus conversed in distress, with the Father about whether or not to proceed.
As we made our way through the Garden, Jesus said: “Yes, the road to Golgotha and beyond is sometimes rocky. You may feel disappointed, fearful or unsure on how to proceed. Don’t forget, If you need me, I am right here.”
“I don’t want humanity to forget me. If they forget me, they will forget themselves, “I am with you always.”
“Can you hear me? I speak through your voice.”