Strength is available and at hand. True strength really has only one source. And that source is at the center of everything. As we pause to deliberately abide in an orientation that brings a fullness to overflowing we remember and rest in our rightful place. Here we realize the life given to us is a gift and comes from a source much larger than ourselves. As I abide in this place with you I give thanks for the opportunity to commune in what we acknowledge as the spirit of the Lord. Here there is strength and perspective to continue living in increasing grace and stature.
The courts of The Lord I find interesting to consider. What is brought to my mind is an awareness of how the courts of The Lord would bring an experience of place. A personal sensing of being in place integrated with others where there would be more than a feeling of “fairness for all” rather a deep joy to be in a community where we each knew our integrated place serving each other with ease and fluidity. A place where all would be one in creating union, extending the Glory of The Lord moment by moment.
In the secret place of thunder is an experience of solid presence. When we enter into this place there is only this place. This place that is solid and also all encompassing. Here there is no shadow of turning. Here there is only you and the Lord. It is a secret place for no one else can enter except you. It is your secret place. As we are before the Lord in this way our soul is stilled into the largeness of being for here there is Oneness with all. All concerns we may have had are non existent, only that which is right and true is present here. Learn to enter into this place and know the real thunder of who you are!
INSTRUCTIONS ON ENTERING INTO THE SECRET PLACE OF THUNDER:
Stand or sit erect. Feel the invigoration of uprightness.
Consider the words, “the secret place of thunder,” reverently
Open to the awesome place of the all encompassing Presence of the Lord
Listen and know the thunder of what is true and right in You in Oneness.
Singing unto God in midst of all really does bring us strength. Let’s continue to discover more and more what this brings within ourselves and with others!