With the coming of GOD into the authority of our hearts comes the unveiling of the law of grace engraved in our consciences. In grace, we have this law and it is to love. In grace we have this law: to love GOD and then to love others as we love our own selves; to love life; to love the death that brings life in crucifixion; to love joy and the peace of truth; to love and to love for that is the new law.
Death is defined as that which is a distortion of the original form (of life). Death refers to the disagreement of two mutually existing parties – in which both can either not thrive without the other or one can thrive at the expense of the other.
So when someone fights the Sabbath, it’s more than the day, it’s the intent of the institution of rest on/in GOD. When someone fights how marriage ought to be, it’s not just the order they fight but the GOD who made it so.
I saw trees teach the human consciousness that one can remain where they have been planted in the course and sequence of living and still reach out to the tethers of purpose and be fulfilled.