Crossing the Threshold of Hope – Peering Beyond the Veil

“The trail is changing. It is time to shake off the old dust, old ideas, old acquaintances, and old places and spaces. When the trail or path changes you have to shift course therein.”

Peering Beyond the Veil

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“Now, it is time for you to stretch and be. I am asking you to step out of your comfort zone and see the truth.”

Reaching Higher

“When they call to me, I will answer them.”

We are to lift our heads higher in order to see more of heaven.

Jesus says, “Bring me your misery, depression, wants, woes and I will bear them away as a child in its mother’s arms; stay sheltered and rest. When they are trouble, I will be with them.”

“Rest in me. Speak to me.”

The Veil of Heaven

“When someone turns to God, the veil is taken away.” (2 Co. 3:16)

Heaven is opening. The veil is being drawn across the room and as the holy breath of heaven comes forth.

For those who have eyes to see; you will witness what is happening in the Spirit world in parallel to this world.

For those who have ears to hear, you will be able to listen without distraction.

For those who walk in the earthly world, be ye transformed.

The supernatural world will come alive for all who wish to be part of it and for those who operate in the Spirit; the gifts are ten-fold.

With God, “all things are possible” and there is no limitation.

Be open, aware and wait for further direction.

 “Wherever I am, God is.”

For further inspiration, enjoy this video by Amy Grant, Breath of Heaven


You Are Welcome In This Space

“When the Spirit of Truth comes, the Ruach will guide you into all the truth and will tell you what will happen in the future.” (Jn. 16:13)


The Holy Spirit has been given to us via the promise made by Jesus before his ascension.

How we maintain that relationship is based on our daily spiritual fitness and what we put into action.

As spiritual beings living the human experience, we make room for things in our lives consciously/unconsciously that may or may not be important.

Do you invite chaos, confusion or burdens that are not yours to carry into the sanctity of your sacred space; a place that has only room for one?

God says, “Everything that I have is yours” and the Shekinah Spirit will reveal it to you according my divine time not man’s watch.

When we welcome the Risen Christ into our Sacred Space, the Spirit stirs and we wake up that part of us that has remained dormant.

The “Inner Ticker of Life” is ready for you to wake up. Are you ready?

“The Spirit that resides within us is not limited by anything or anyone.” (Awakening the Inner Ticker of Life, pg. 24)

You Will Be Blessed!

“You are a blessed Child of God, created in the Image of Love, equal in stature with a divine right to be here.”

(Awakening the Inner Ticker of Life, pg. 88)




In June of 2007, I received this message from a wonderful intercessor and friend. During meditation this morning, I felt compelled to pass this timeless message on to all of you:


“I just wanted to write to you for the reason that you are on God’s mind and heart, and he has great things in store for you. God can do anything when we are open to him. May you blessed with his abundant peace.” (ATITOL, pg. 29)


We are well cared for as God provides all our needs. Men ate the bread of angels. He sent them provisions in abundance. Remember, God is the giver and the gift.

I pray you, my faithful followers of “Rev. Patty’s Inspiration Station” will experience God’s Blessings as we continue on this awesome, spiritual path.


“As you bless others; you, too, will be blessed. Expect a supernatural miracle.”

God’s Spiritual Opera

“I come to the Garden along, while the dew is still on the roses.”

(In the Garden, Miles C. Austin)


As I sat outside in the chapel, God’s Spiritual Opera was in full force. The garden and trees were waking up.

There was a slight distraction from road noise off in the distance.

However, the winged ones triumphed; their song was heard above all others, drowning out the competition.

As we begin our journey this day, moving toward a time of inspiration; holy wind and fire known as Pentecost, let us take a moment to listen to God’s Spiritual Opera.

Breathe in, out and be blessed! God’s Spiritual Opera


“I shall meet you in the twilight of the day”

 (Awakening the Inner Ticker of Life, pg. 76)


Who Is It That You Look For? Part 8

A Celebration of the Risen Christ

“Listen the time has come.” (Jn. 16:32)


Easter Greetings and Blessings to All of You:

This morning, I woke up just before the sun rise, entered my outdoor chapel for a time of prayer and breaking of the bread; a celebration of the Risen Christ.

As I lit candles and prepared the table, the birds provided a nice back drop of music with their calls and whistles.

As I began to pray, the message was to “Listen.”

Less than a minute later, off the in the distance, I heard a neighbor welcoming the new dawn and proclaiming, “How Great Thou Art.” This song of praise, combined with the birds was like attending an outdoor concert.


“The sun rose so high on that Sunday morn’.

My clothes were white and dazzling, not a stitch was torn.

In the sleep I awoke to a brand new me.

Who Is It That You Look For? Is it I, He?”

(DMOL, Patricia A. Zorn, pg.57)


Let us have a moment of reflection, as we revisit a passage taken from the Book of Matthew:

“As Sunday morning was dawning, Mary Magdalene and the other Mary went to look at the tomb.

Suddenly there was a violent earthquake; an angel came down from heaven, rolled the stone away, and sat on it. His appearance was like lightning, and his clothes were white as snow.

The guards were so afraid that they trembled and became slain in the Spirit.

The angel spoke to both Mary’s: You must not be afraid, he said. I know you are looking for Jesus. He is not here. He has been raised.

You and I have reached the finish line for this part of our liturgical, but as always there is more to come.

Thanks for traveling with me this during this awesome Season of Lent & Easter.

Did you find the one you were searching for?

Have you learned a few things along the way?

God has revealed so much and the good news is “we have moved from suffering to health and from sorrow to peace. Tears have stopped flowing and hope is growing.”

On this Easter morn’, “Rise, walk and be; sharing the most excellent part of yourself.”


“God, your Light is greater than the brightest star. Your Spirit awakens all things. All that springs to life, your peaceful presence brings!”

 (Awakening the Inner Ticker of Life, pg. 77)

A Very Special Easter Message Just for You Easter Blessings – A Love Letter

Who Is It That You Look For? Part 3

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“Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for; the conviction of things not seen.” (Heb. 11:3)


Perhaps your faith has been tested. You are not alone.

Here is the 2nd stanza of the poem: Who Is It That You Look For? Is it I, He?

I felt alone and weary. My body ached and cried.

I did not want to leave you. I didn’t want to die.

In the midst of a darkened hole, upon a stone slab bed;

I was no longer alone, without a place to lay my head.

My father he was with me, listening through it all.

The ground and walls shook hard as I answered ‘your’ call!

The sun rose so high on that Sunday morn’.

My clothes were white and dazzling, not a stitch was torn.

In the sleep I awoke to a brand new me. (DMOL, Patricia A. Zorn, pg. 57)

For Week 2, think about this:

“By faith we understand that the universe was created by God, so that what is seen was not made out of things that are visible.” (Heb. 11)

Risen Jesus, in your Gospel we discover such a clear hope. It sustains faith even in situations where there seems no way out.” (Bro. Roger, pg. 16)

Who Is It That You Look For? Part 2

“Are you the one we should be looking for? Or must we wait for someone else?” (Mt. 11:2-3)


When John was in prison, he was aware of Jesus’ ministry. He sent some of his companions to ask Jesus “Are you the one?”

I hope you have settled into your Sacred Space, taking time to ponder the question, “Who Is It That You Look For?”

For Week 2, here are a few suggestions:

Find a comfortable pair of shoes and get ready. Some of the terrain you walk upon might be a bit unstable; don’t lose heart. Unexpected events and the strain of life can wear you down and this will have a long-term effect on the state of one’s Spirit that is unsettled or disturbed.

Remember, there is wonder and joy ahead; even if you have to endure a few trials along the way, it won’t last.


Who Is It That You Look For? Is it I, He?

I trudged the road of destiny through every rock and toil.

I felt my face perspire amidst the sandy soil.

My journey was long and hard, and yet through it all,

I did it for humanity; I did it for you all!

You came upon my burial site, a place that was not my own.

You did not believe in me when I traveled to your home. (DMOL, Patricia A. Zorn, pg. 57)

Maintain your spiritual foundation and your faith. “It is being tested as fire tests and purifies gold—though your faith is far more precious than mere gold.” (1Pt. 1:6-8)

 Jesus said, “I was condemned because of who I was. I wanted man to see me, but he/she did not have eyes to see or ears to hear.” (DMOL, pg. 17)

Who Is It That You Look For?

This past Sunday, during our “Gathering of Friends” we laid the foundation for a New Lenten Series, “Who Is It That You Look For? Is it I, He?”

We had a lively discussion about worthiness and how this affects our relationship with Christ.

During the next 6 weeks, we will take an introspective journey together, based on my meditative poem, “Who Is It That You Look For? Is it I, He?” that I wrote in 2005, prior to my priestly ordination.

As kindred souls traveling the Golgotha Road, we will answer this timeless question.

Are you ready? Think about it.

Click here to listen to the Meditative Poem Who Is It That You Look For?