Finding God in the Mystery of every day

031321 Finding God in the Mystery of every day

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                Philippians 2:Rejoice in the Lord always. Again I will say, rejoice!

Let your [b]gentleness be known to all men. The Lord is at hand.

Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God; and the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus.

I must apologize for the whiny sound of the last few posts in this blog. I have been so consumed by pain and too much “rest” (stillness in pain is not very restful) that I have focused on me rather than Jesus. Please forgive me. The illustration above, both the picture and the Scripture must become for all of us a certainty that we live by.

            I am reminded of the old television series “Kung Fu”. In those programs a lone shaolin monk wandered through the old West confronting everything from real bad guys to systemic prejudice. It was supposed that something in his training caused him to live think and act above and apart from all of the other actors in the stories. He was portrayed as being at peace in every situation and circumstance. For all of that he was not a unique character in popular fiction.

            I would cite to you several characters from story and film who, again were portrayed as having that same kind of peace and determination. For example, the priest character in Les Miserables (Victor Hugo 1862), John Wesley, after his experience of the infilling of the Holy Spirit when at a prayer meeting in Aldersgate Street in London in 1738. Most importantly the difference between a mental assent to the life and teachings of Jesus in no way approach the need to comprehend the love of Christ until we offer him everything including our future. This is called “entire sanctification”. It is a moment that begins a lifetime of entering into His peace each and every moment of every day. That it is necessary to come to this point usually happens for most of us because we are weak vessels and need to be “revived” on a regular basis.

Book 5 The Whitney Chronicles

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Larry M Lawrence is an author, composer, Musician, retired pastor, and lives in Missouri with his wife Jane.

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