Famine or feast – and hearing the word of God? Thus saith kind. Consider we receive, on a need to know basis. In a place of ongoing praying, word, worship and fasting – become unblocked. Being in the flow with faith. Re-appropriated and given out – regardless the number of hearers – purposes and produces, unseen cries and necessities.
We . . .
What to judge, when – who?
No word this morn or desire to write. Know why. On a rare – thank God – self-loathe. Better therefore, press in, on and into. Get on and soon-as, get off, this imaginary platform with imaginary readers. Pride be pummeled by gushing over trying, to be attractive, tones. Turn over the table, un-plug the screen.
When . . .
...Listened. This what. Again and again.
Frustratingly, can’t find where I got but again God listened... from? Think it was a Psalm. Paraphrase version. Don’t like uncertainty and is it/or not a Bible verse? Here be excuse to tap that; Similarity of sentiment or parallel meanings yet are either/or, words attributed – however liberal in . . .
Do unto others, as… or… regardless. Golden abuse. The Jesus thinking that goes along with this is around small actions. Speaks volumes. The ‘little things’. The outcome is persecution and get ye screwed over. A mania from lack of God-faith. Protest expressed in withdrawal and alienation. Self or life-loathing, set about through interaction . . .
Need to hit the keys early. One v.short/length-wise thought. A word. An image and verse/s from, leaning into and get out of. Typing and prayer-like. Next, a proclamation to the unseen. On to something speaks into me – and maybe, if someone's reading this, gets something: Good. Five months of verses/no comment, time to output (and add . . .
Deciding what to do next/
Might spark up for unseen reasons. Best is best.
‘This is what the Lord says:
‘“I remember the devotion of your youth,
how as a bride you loved me
and followed me through the wilderness,
through a land not sown.
Israel was holy to the Lord,
the firstfruits of his harvest;
all who devoured her were held guilty,
and disaster overtook them,”’
declares the Lord.
Hear the word of the Lord, you . . .