waves

grief comes in waves

but so does the grace of God,

bigger and stronger,

calm in the eye of the storm,

healing balm for the heart,

shalom for the mind,

light to cells that cry out in pain;

be still and know the River of Spirit and fire is flowing

continuously from the heart of ascended, glorified Jesus

removing the past and bringing new life,

remembering God

forgetting the rest

to rest in Christ and Christ in you

“what seems grievous and painful afterwards yields a peaceable fruit of righteousness to those who have been trained by it…So then brace up and reinvigorate…be healed…come to Christ’s mountain of Spirit and fire…to the blast of the trumpet and a voice…to the new city of God [the Bride] with countless multitudes of angels…and to the church of the First Born with the other citizens of heaven on earth and to The God who is Judge of all, and to the spirits of the righteous…And to Jesus and the New Covenant… and the Blood of the Lamb that speaks a better word (more gracious message) than Abel’s blood that cries out…So see that you do not reject Christ or refuse to listen to the Holy Spirit and heed Him Who IS speaking to you now…with heavenly warnings…Yet once more He will shake the heavens and earth [so only the new heaven and new earth where righteousness dwells remain]…Let us therefore, receive a kingdom that cannot be shaken…worship with reverential awe and wonder; for our God is a consuming fire” Hebrews 12:11-29 AMP and RSV paraphrase

“And after you have suffered a little while, the God of all Grace who has called you to His own eternal glory in Christ Jesus, will Himself complete and make you what you ought to be, establish and ground you securely, and strengthen, and settle you. To Him be the dominion (power, authority, rule) forever and ever. Amen (so be it). 1 Peter 5:10 AMP

 

 

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4 Responses to waves

  1. Yes, believe and receive the new heaven and new earth in us where righteousness dwells. Do not let the enemy steal what is rightfully ours as his sons. Thank You Yeshua for making it all possible.

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    • complicated grief is like a tangled ball that only God can understand; only God can unravel and comfort; only God is big enough to cover and heal; to understand the ununderstandable, the unthinkable, the unspeakable; the wounds that cut so deep that only the Spirit of God can reach
      thank God for God

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      • Yes, The the pains He saw and felt within our lives here in this world long before we came here, when we were with Him in his bosom.., and yet we still chose the pain of this life for the gift of returning and being with him for eternity.
        Full of grace and Love is our Father. Who can take grace from us? Who or what can separate us from the Love God has for us? Nothing, I say again nothing can separate us, for we are One. Amen

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      • We have stopped evaluating others from a human point of view. (2 Corinthians 5:16 NLT)
        The first and primary thing is the absolute necessity for knowing one another after the Spirit. “The love of Christ constrains us; because we thus judge, that one died for all, therefore all died; and He died for all, that they which live should no longer live unto themselves, but unto Him”; “Henceforth know we no man after the flesh.” That means that as far as we can see, we have not made what we are by nature the final basis of our relationships, of our expectations, of our judgments, of our appraisals, of our valuations. It does not mean that we are oblivious of one another’s human nature. It does not mean that what we are in the flesh never strikes us; that we are to be totally insensible to the defects of one another’s nature. No! We shall always be sensitive. It is probably true that the more spiritual we are, the more sensitive we become to what we are by nature and to what others are by nature. Perhaps we shall suffer all the more because of the defects and imperfections, the strengths and the weaknesses of one another naturally.
        Men of the world have but a very, very minute degree of the difficulty that Christians have of getting on with one another. They seem to be able to ignore and ride over one another’s difficult parts and make-up. It seems that Christians are much more alive to that sort of thing than others, and are touched by it more keenly. Of course, we can explain that along two lines. If we become spiritually sensitive the flesh is sensed very much more quickly; what is not spiritual registers itself upon spiritual sensitiveness. There is also the fact that we have an adversary to reckon with who is always seeking to make a lot of the imperfections and brings them up and hits us with them. He is at work in this matter of seeking to upset the relationships of the Lord’s people. He never tires of that. Not knowing one another after the flesh does not mean that all that realm will cease to exist for us, but it does mean that we shall look beyond that realm and we shall steadily seek grace and the help of the Holy Spirit to cultivate and develop a determination to look through what we are by nature to what there is of the Lord Jesus and of the Holy Spirit in one another, and keep our eyes upon that.

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