Wednesday, January 14, 2009

In Search Of Moments

Harried 30-something female desperately seeking quiet time with the hippest man who ever walked the planet. Loves to reflect, worship, journal her love and spend intimate time with Him.

Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be acceptable in your sight O God.

I need a vacation to relax and freshen my spirit. He is the only one who pours into me when I am tapped out. Pouring myself into work, projects and daily life. I am parched and desire nothing than to drink deeply from your springs of life.

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ReBenMyers said...

What an encouraging post. I am so excited to get caught up. You sound like you haven't changed a bit as far as having a ton going on and juggling everything. What are you doing in Savannah? What have you been up too? I would love to catch up with you. I am in a hospital for a while so, I have all the time in the world!!! God Bless, and hope to hear from you.

The Flower of Scotland said...

Moments, indeed; each instant is an open door to "the peace that passeth all understanding" if we but turn within to "the Father of Lights with whom there is no variableness nor shadow of turning."

We carry our moments and our peace with us; they are, truly, the "I AM" of us; and we are assured that "'I' and the Father are One."

The chaos that was banished in Gen 1:1 is the archetypical "moment" of our peace, recreated each time we turn our face Godward and call to that Mighty I AM presence to shine in our world and "let there be Light."

We daily labor under the weight of the illusion that darkness can battle light; yet how much struggle do we see when we turn on the light in a darkened room? None. The point of the metaphor is to punctuate the truth that darkness has no power and that there is only light.

Allow me to assist you momentarily: "Behold I stand at the door and knock" is the opening; discover the "I" and discover the Father; discover the Father and you discover the child; discover the child and you discover Peace.

You are the Peace of the world; not the "you" you think you are; but the "you" which you are in Truth, the "I Am" of you. That truth is disclosed in the prayer: "that they may be One even as we are One, I in them and Thou in me, that they may become perfectly One..."



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