Odd word 'joy'. Quaint, old-fashioned, ethereal. Barefoot and swirls. A bit like the worship stuff dose-up on. Thought had caught a word and; Must get more being-blue out. Lively up and get happy. Joy = ...regardless. Turn to Aangirfan soon after and see a post on Joy with a piece of music that's particularly apt.. . .
We live what good are the outcomes of prophecy and prayer. God speaking and whosoever -- responding in faith. Beyond-natural-provision and addressing what's missing. The re-shaping of circumstances. Call to hear and go wherever led. Do what's called upon. A stepping out and means to see God invade and engage on earth through . . .
Could argue misplaced urgency is no better than complacency. Sets up to fail. Yet, where are the expressions of conviction and something approximating what's fitting? Would encourage, in there's an upturn, but no... no one much does. About-all, too cool. Very few hot with lamentations and ...sight. (This the word).. . .
How easy to forget some things? While struggling and pray but ...so far not, released and able. Gone and forgot at will. Need Manssah to be born. (One of Joseph's nips named about 'God made me forget'). Instead of/so-far, torment away about faith-less regrets about loss.
On one hand a wrong-forget: Stop . . .
Medicine and might not taste good -- in relation to reading the Bible. This speaks. Up a notch, could go; Like blood beating the heart in circulation and with oxygen to fuel communication to/with God.
Taking a break in the furlongs set out. Do this graph and post. A break from word alone. Occasional shove a song a song or . . .
Sums my self-assessment and hopes: Be good for something. 'Youngs Literal' goes; ...who is teaching My hands for war.
Quiet is where the action's at. Yet, we're schooled in the bombardment and thundering clashes signifying conflict. Hard to equate the root battles are silent. In the night or shut-off from . . .
The process of prayer is for love with God. Out from this, go to overcome what abounds and about, all that's evil.
Get into worship and in constant attention. Sowing the Word and words. Physical movement and rituals. In song and other languages. Communion on a daily. Writing this here/even... To pressing on and into. . . .