I find it good to know that we are constantly ascribing something. We are constantly imprinting our body and its influence on the world by what we are thinking and feeling.
When we ascribe unto God we are cognizant of the influence we have on the world in honor for the privilege of being alive in this day. If not us then who would be the one’s to Godly influence the world. This is not a complicated thing. In simple terms as we orient our thinking and feeling on the attitudes of such thankfulness to be alive in form in this day we are ascribing our influence out through our body unto the world.
In essence as we ascribe unto God the feelings of thankfulness and gratitude we ascribe unto the world the influences of God on earth.
Here we know the experience of the eternal divine while we are alive here and now.
As we choose to be anointed of the LORD we know his strength. We choose to be anointed by simply keeping a thankful and grateful heart. As our heart is so clean the strength of LORD is known in and through our heart, mind and body. Let genuine thankfulness fill your soul and know the stength of the LORD.
As we consider the many works of nature and acknowledge a source of all that naturally is an inspiration dawns on us that is exhilarating. Here we breathe in wonder and awe that stops us in the moment to appreciate. I find it interesting that the word muse and musical begin the same way. Let’s continue to appreciate the works of God springing through the works of our Lord in this day and time. For here we open to the music of the spheres blending in the harmonious experience of all that is.
In the days when the psalms were written, “sacrifice” often meant slaughtering a living creature including birds, lambs, rams, bulls; even human sacrifice was practiced. Sacrifice has since come to mean something very different, such as enduring pain and suffering or giving up something one loves or loves to do. However, even in the psalms it is noted that God does not require that kind of sacrifice, but rather the sacrifice of a “contrite heart,” in other words, forgiveness, thankfulness, devotion, true humility and especially loving God and one another.
Insight #20 Healing Verses of the Psalms
Trust in the Lord and you shall be surrounded with protection and benevolence. How do we trust? We trust by bringing our heart to rest by cultivating and establishing thankfulness in our attitudes along with an openness to what the Lord is guiding you to provide of His Spirit. As our hearts are at rest in a thankful attitude to be able live in form on earth our sense of gratefulness to fulfill our God given commission will open our minds to moving in the paths we are designed to move in. As we love the opportunity to live on earth to glorify the Lord we know the a trust that is sound and a mercy that is abundant. An abundant mercy given and to be extended through us.
The word of the Lord is very pure. In order to know this our hearts must be untroubled. In order to have an untroubled heart it needs to be oriented in the eternal light of love constantly being emitted by our Lord and King. How we orient our hearts comes from mentally choosing the attitudes of thankfulness, appreciation, patience and praise. As we treasure these attitudes we can receive the pure word of the Lord that invigorates and gives perspective. With perspective we can see our temporal affairs in the light of the eternal fretting not letting time reveal all things in the living of life now.
As there is Diamond Jubilee celebration for the Queen of England there is to be a celebration not only for her nobility but for our nobility. The verses in the Psalms are a reminder that we all come from noble birth and that the richness of spirit is ours to know. The qualities of thankfulness and appreciation that permeate the verses are fundamental elements to bring us a sense of peace, comfort and perspective. Here is the place to live whether we live in a palace or in suburban America or wherever.