Sense myself getting lazy. Wanting to write less. Plant smaller seeds. Plus, ain't got out and got much/anything today. In a line or ten then:
The taxing-trauma of empire, is the kingdom, God's here to overcome. We can dispense with heaven-all-now on earth, there'll be no more poor and oppression? But to . . .
Comfort in mourning/heaven through poverty/meek inheriting/filling up in yearning, for justice, which is righteous/merciful mercy/sight about purity/peacemaking, and a name.
And, back to heaven – through persecution.
These blessed beatitudes? What an antithesis (of reasons) in the . . .
On a fast-track. Time measured – write. What's the message? Skip decoration.
In 'Judges', writing this while listening to something… the news and alarm.
All we'd need for some relative peace and prosperity – judges. We've little and less so. The increasing disregard for the rule of law is . . .
After Joshua dies they ask God, who should go first to fight..?
Judah… God says, who'll be 'given' the lands. This giving, requires taking this offer, from... the enemy. Requires we go.
To meet God or bring about belief, we must take the lead. God is already reaching towards us but even in . . .
Appreciate you looking, yep... obviously, up for more, not less.
Up to now, tried to pray/and write these posts, early mornings. Thought this would accompany prayer but not unsurprisingly – took over.
From tomorrow, 'seeds' compiled in and among money-ventures, published for the following the next . . .
The Bible recording what needed to happen, God responding to a people for something new to come to earth. This involved land occupied and in the goings and comings, to be taken by this people, God's people.
Struggles over God engaging this way - before Christ-coming, and not-stated-like, thereon – can get transferred, . . .
God hates 'war'. Represents the opposite to creation/ing. Is the opposite… and death – over living. It becomes a righteous necessity, to be 'won by' and for, liberty and goodness. When those who lead, genuinely engage towards peace and have to fight – or; taken over, enslaved and be purged to death? God works with . . .