Going in the strength of the Lord God requires first a pausing to step in such a way. Yes, we may have plans that we want to get to, however without entering first into the way and strength of the Lord we will find that we go from one thing to another without feeling a sense of accomplishment or peace. In such a way we are on the treadmill that really goes nowhere. To enter into the strength of the Lord requires a letting go. A letting go that allows us to come into the moment at hand whereby the pulls of trying to get things done are put aside. Here a space is provided to come into union with that which is animating everything. As we just take such a moment we step into the place of eternity whereby we can discern the steps to be taken that allow for a sequence that is joyful and fulfilling. As we move accordingly we also find we are in accord with the Lord God as well as all those so inclined. Here again we find our fulfilling place in the Camp of the Saints.
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A mind stayed on God, does remedy a great deal, in the moment.
What a glorious thought…finding our fulfilling place amongst the Camp of Saints.
How many consider “Sainthood” a remote possibility? Or something to be desired for that matter? Long have the beliefs been misappropriated, as saints being members of the high church, and to be deemed a saint, one would have to be dead. A belief which couldn’t be further from the truth, especially for those who would worship a “Living God”. His greatest desire would be to gain access to a Host of Living Saints, that His work might be done here and now, through the very circumstances we have access to….our lives.
Such an amazing reality, when allowed to become so. Everything does come together to perfection, and the world of concerns continues on without our investment in it.
No longer would we contribute to Nothing.
Our lives were meant for Something, and something Great!
Letting go to the reality of Truth, is a great place to start!
Thanks, for this potent reminder!