applaudere


Humans applause; a soothing rainfall in summer. the soul labours and desperately yearn for it. unfortunately, it is intermittent I want to be able to say; ”T’was thy satisfaction I lived. T’was your glory I lived” This is what I rehearse every day on this pilgrim path. Because this is what I want to evoke …

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Amos 6:1


My soul grieves for a game of soccer. Why am I at ease at the game of sin and injustice? There is a place within the soul where mortals see what many cannot see, and they press on in the presence of the immortal one, every day, full of grieve and compassion, that He will …

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Puritan Prayer


I humbly share these sincere prayers with you, which came out of my personal longings for deeper depths in Christ. I lay these petitions to God every day, that he will continue to draw me in into an organic union through the agency of the Spirit, to capture all that He IS, and WHO I …

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You Are All That Matters


”Just as we so matter to God, Our God will matter again to His Church, and the world shall flow into the holy mount of the Lord and journey with us in our uprise.” ”A new heart will I give you and a new spirit will I put within you, and I will take away …

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At The Dawn Of Friendships


At the dawn of friendship and more i was an insane man at will, dwelling in caves At the dawn of friendship and more I was a Joseph In a cistern, without the coat of many colours But many woes and more. The Beloved knocked on my doors. ”Love has no boundaries. Friendships are born …

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Welcome Home, My Child


graceCUT When humanity drifts away from the very presence he was created to enjoy an intimate relationship with his source of reality, he wanders in restlessness. “So Cain went away from the presence of the Lord and dwelt in the land of Nod [wandering], east of Eden.” Genesis 4:16 AMPC Will COVID-19 draw us back …

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