I know we are all reflections of one another, mirrors that hold the thoughts of those who look at us. I know we were all bred to bleed, I know we can see GOD in our blood, in our bleeding in the rise and fall of our shoulders, in expanding ribcages, in stillness, in the air. I know we can see GOD in GOD.
In darkness, our form of righteousness is void; humanity without salvation, without the light of GOD cannot believe the true state of divine expectation. If we must be who we were ordained to, if we must see pass these divisions that darkness has established, if we must go beyond this incarceration that darkness has ordered, we must step out of the void; come out of the darkness, become separated from darkness and come into the light.
The little things bring great results, like the seed, the rain drop, the distant sun, the mindful prayer, the silence, the working nap, the creative thought, the memory of GOD that wades off sin. The truth is only a little selection of things bring greatness.
Christianity is a continuity of overcoming. We have temptations and mental tempests to sail through; we have weaknesses and feeble points to fortify. For the Christian, we must admit this because if we say we don't have these, we would be lying.
For the bonds, all the components must be present and if one is missing, the bond tends to tilt towards travesty. When I think of this, I think of the law, too.
But, James, before you say what faith is, you say we should rejoice when our faith is tested and tried in trial. Do you mean persecution? Do you mean rejection, the rejection because of faith? Do you mean the dejection by reason of faith in a faithless world? Do you mean the challenge of faith to fate? Or the challenge of faith by doubt and sceptics? Well if you do; Okay.
There is no query without a thought, nothing is actually without a cause; there is no course – either of self-discovering elements or self-destruct pigments – that is what it is without a cause. There is nothing without another which causes it to be.
All that he has allowed is for a place in HIS Will to be hungered for, to be thirsted-for, to be longed for. All that has been is for GOD to be shown and revealed