As I consider these words I find an experience of illumination. His throne as the sun before me. Isn’t it wonderful to have a sensing of what these words mean? In this day celebrated as Easter let us consider and know more how the spirit of these words can lead us into a communion with His throne brightly before us. As we do I sense we will be filled full to overflowing. Here we become one in the Throne extending its brightness into our worlds.
THAT THY PEOPLE MAY REJOICE IN THEE
As we are turned in the direction of the Lord stilled and silent before Him there comes into awareness the integrated nature of all of us praising and rejoicing in and of the Lord.
THAT GLORY MAY DWELL IN OUR LAND
Glory dwells in our land as each of us is extending it through ourselves. Each of us is a point of specific and unique glory that fits and integrates with the glory of others. If we find we are at odds with another it is vital we look at what we are giving our responsive attention to. As we make the internal correction to give our full and perfect response to God and the things of God we find we return to the kingdom of heaven at hand. Here there is complete peace and the return to the extension of the true glory of ourselves.
THE LORD WILL GIVE GRACE AND GLORY
As we acknowledge and receive the truth of these words our heads are uplifted regarding all matters of our living especially those that may be of a challenging nature. With our heads oriented rightly we move in the paths of righteousness. Righteousness that is not dogmatic rather a righteousness that is characterized by a grace and fluidity. Here we offer the beauty and soundness of what is real and true giving solid evidence of the glory of the Lord. Let our living be such an expression of blessing.