Isn’t it good to acknowledge the spirit contained in these words? Doesn’t the sense of trust fill your heart accordingly?
Let’s rest in the spirit of these words knowing that we can wait upon God. Choosing to be grateful in each of our moments does allow for the cycles and seasons to continue accordingly. Here our patience leads to the experience of tranquility and from here comes a dawning of what is required of each of us as God would have through us. And as we provide what we are to provide of the salvation of God we in turn know salvation for ourself.
Let’s continue accordingly…
In Psalms 57 and 59 there are a various verses citing mercy. “God shall send forth his mercy.” “For thy mercy great unto the heavens.” “I will sing aloud of thy mercy in the morning.”
As I have taken note of the word, mercy, in these psalms it has awakened something deeper in me in regards to the actual mercy of God. I am seeing mercy as something much more than I have before.
Mercy I am seeing is all encompassing it really is total. As I open to this awareness I can sense something relax within me opening up to knowing that I have been more than forgiven for all of my trespasses as well as all of us have been . I trust my words can give you the same feeling and relaxation to give us a great sense of thankfulness for the moments we have right now and for the rest of our lives.
“Create for yourself positive emotional history going forward.” This HeartMath quotation I see goes along with my thoughts today.
Really as we recieve the mercy of God and relax in our hearts we create this positive emotional history going forward from each of our moments.
Let’s so continue knowing the mercy of God and the peace and refreshment it brings into our experience.
Here we see that Jacob is symbolized as a term to represent a focus of God for the earth that relates to all people. As there is a focus of God then God can influence all the earth. The focus of Jacob really needs to be present in each of us as his crowning creation for God’s influence to extend.
How this is done is by having the face of our feeling waters receptive to the spirit of God to move across them. Our feeling waters need to be so filled with thankfulness and praise for this to occur.
As we position our feeling realms accordingly the restorative influences of God can move out into the world making nature even more beautiful as well as bringing order and balance and mutual creative sharing among all of us. Here God can ruleth unto the ends of the earth. SELAH.