A Rhyme of Reason (God) it is accomplished the vagueness of rhythm one precisely given through a pen of refinement the ways of wealth a simple stealthily rhythm of greatness bringing them down to their knees it is I† the one who can do these things create such chaos but leave such awakeness that one does not to have to question who is behind the rhythm of time the Lord† am I† the seeker who seeks leaving no question of who am I† Am† is I† The† hear Me† speak adolescent ones beware of My† move for it is precise as precise as precise can be See! 'o holy one the one I've† called of beauty and grace a modernist incomparable without pride or surety but who hears My† voice hear these words, 'o servant of Thee† give them freely so they'll all know My† plans for them halt no words give them as they are given preciseness is coming My† hand will aggravate even the surest of minds they think they know they should after all that's written but they refuse to comprehend the vastness of My† hand tell them of this vastness open their eyes to My† vastness given them all that I'm† giving you for the Lord† is here giving shh! 'o silent wonder set Wisdom in place move through them waken My† people who are scattered throughout earth heal 'o My† people fix the brokenness in you move away from sin set your eyes on Me† and your hearts on My† Son† the most holy of holy the chosen one whom I† charged to be your savior the holies of names 'Yeshuah†' has become the temple for the saved the head of the body you, My† people, are the body all those who hear Me† through words given through the beauty of the pen My† chosen elect another of a line of elect who grace My† kingdom awaken the precisement is precise in its precision take heart 'o weak of spirit you are called to awaken see and hear the Lord Almighty God† the first and the last the one who paved a way through the first Son† mend your brokenness the leaders are now fully in My† hands I† will move they will move because I† move them do not be frightened 'o weakened souls fall into the path call on His† name and He† will come slow and precise as I† have deemed this is the Lord Almighty† I† have spoken
(August 24, 2023)―This piece came yesterday out of no where. I had to grab some old computer paper that was near me instead of my notebook. At the end of it, He said Samuel 25. He didn’t say 1 Samuel or 2 Samuel. 2 Samuel doesn’t have a 25, so it has to be 1 Samuel. Below is all of 1 Samuel 25.
It’s about trusting in the Lord. Through David, a warrior and soldier, and Abigail and her husband, Nabal, God teaches us to trust in Him before our own selves. Instead of taking vengeance, let God do the heavy lifting. But the important thing to remember is time. We, as children of God, must trust in God’s timing, not our own. We must wait in patience.
Patience. There’s that word again. It has been a word in my life for a long, long time. And I was always the one to rush patience. God doesn’t work that way, I’ll have you know. His time is much different than here on Earth. So, that deal about finding something to do with our hands and enjoy it while we wait in patience is very important and full of truth.
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That’s what you have to find…that one thing that is put into your heart to do. That one thing that you lose time doing and you don’t even mind.
As for me and this Scripture. God made me a promise. Not one I wanted at all. I contended with Him and He locked my hips for a year! Since then, He has shown me every impossible way possible. And I kept saying, ‘If You want me to believe that this could, at all, remotely happen, then why do You keep adding to the impossible?’ And He has. When I first moved here and since, more added to make this promise less likely to happen. And He keeps telling me, ‘I will make the possible out of the impossible.’
This is God. This is how He works. When we are in those impossible situations, if we turn to Him and wait, let Him do all the heavy lifting, then a way is paved.
I should know this. And I do know this. But I find myself having to discuss and I found someone much older than I to do the discussing with, someone who has God in her heart and on Her mind. And she tells me exactly what God has already told me, but it feels good to hear it from someone that is human. And God knows this. He knows we will question and doubt and it is okay. As long as you keep the possibility of Him in your heart. If that is there, if the possibility of Yeshuah is there, then They will do the heavy lifting to open the door for you fully. But you have to have that possibility, that seed in you.
Abigail was married to a mean, self-serving man, but she didn’t allow herself to turn into one. That’s a strong will of self and a stronger will of love for the Father. She knew her place as a servant and God rewarded her. Sure, in the story, it happened really fast, as it seems, and in our own lives, it won’t be so quick, but do remember this: Our lives aren’t just for us. Everything we do is a test for ourselves as well as all those around us. Yes, we fail sometimes, but so do those who are supposed to lead us back to God and our path. So, don’t be so hard on yourself when you fail. Get back up and try again tomorrow.
Yeshuah says in the writings that today is important, to enjoy today instead of wasting time on yesterday or tomorrow. I understand that through the trials in my own life. I constantly worried about tomorrow, constantly cried over yesterday. He, Yeshuah, took that from me. I want to, sometimes, return to that and I’ll cry, but He doesn’t let it linger for too long.
Yesterday is gone. There is nothing we can do and we can’t get it back. Tomorrow hasn’t come yet. All we really have is today and every morning our eyes open is a brand new day. Isn’t that something! If we fail today, we still have tomorrow which becomes a brand new today, a brand new start!
Do you know what we do with yesterday? We learn from it. We think back without any regrets and learn. Yesterday was lessons from God. If we don’t learn from all the yesterdays we’ve had then we waste them, no matter if they were bad or good. And I can imagine, a lot of you have had some really tragic yesterdays. Take them and smile (Smile because you had them) and learn. Don’t reevaluate because of pain and shame, reevaluate with a smile and say, ‘I survived that’, ‘God chose me to have that test and I freaking passed!’ That is how you see yesterday!
We can’t overcome God’s path for us. We go through it and, with Him, we survive it and live to teach others the lessons. This is our charge.
What is coming into the world, we do not have power over. God is so incredible and amazing and to not want to experience Him is so sad. And the closer you get to Him, the more you don’t ever want to be a part from Him. That goes for Yeshuah big time!
For me, They come before everyone. No one gets in before They do. And that may seem selfish…yes! it is. For my being inside of me, God and the Kingdom come first! In my life, you will always be second to Them!
And this is how it should be with every single soul on Earth: God and Yeshuah: Your Number ONES. Everyone else, seconds.
Love who you are. Strengthen the being inside of you by seeking Yeshuah. He helps you with that. Amen.
So, for you, a little of me rhyme…‘A Double-Tongue’s Judgment’. It’s the truth and we are on God’s time when the darkness hits us. Watch everything around you because there are messengers constantly sending us signs, little things that just appear out of no wheres. From words, bill-boards, phone calls, numbers, they are every where and the Kingdom doesn’t do anything just because. It is all done to reach each one of us. Learn to see the Kingdom and stop adhering to man’s judgment. Man means nothing! Their judgment of you is just judgment of themselves being redirected. Love yourself but be sure Yeshuah and God are part of that love or that love means nothing as well!
The photograph chosen is from November 11, 2019: The Avenging Angel. Learn who God is before it is too late.
A Double-Tongue's Judgment you walk in the fields of youth trying to be cool you try to blend with the crew to your virtues‒ say adieu but it'll get the best of you something comes along loosens the glue ‒the cool in 'crew' and what kept your knees kneeling in the pew the darkness of brew God† comes along drops your butt in poo takes what you thought you knew ‒turns it to mildew for you to sort through mixing you up with a little 'confuse' there you go lost in the loo sinning in a zoo as you talk of God†, too people back away leave you ‒for your 'confuse' turns up their nose with their single-minded review of you as you circle around and around in the goo‒ people and God† ‒feeling a bit like esau lost in a mixed up duel of good and evil leaving you look like a fool you have become the double-tongue's drool ‒everyone abandon's you in their carefully traditionalized box of boo you just keep going back and forth 'til Yeshuah† sorts through ‒hears your call through the slew He† takes away the fuel sending in the Spirit† ‒a little in cruel mixing up your mind in order to refine the hew ‒for your payment has come due the result‒ like so few ‒from the dark you grew to a new you‒ baptized in the Spirit† a new tool for God's† use ‒one—so few‒ will see the new you the double-tongued you has become the single in God's† view but those who judged you are still stuck in poo because they can't leave behind sin's roux ‒for their crew depends on them to but, you, see a different view God† set you apart‒ for you've become a witness to what the Holy Spirit† of Truth can do!
Death of Samuel—Now Samuel died, and all Israel assembled and mourned for him; and they buried him at his home in Ramah.—1 Samuel 25:1a (Ramah)
Then David moved down into the Desert of Maon. A certain man in Maon, who had property there at Carmel, was very wealthy. He had a thousand goats and three thousand sheep, which he was shearing in Carmel. His name was Nabal and his wife’s name was Abigail. She was an intelligent and beautiful woman, but her husband, a Calebite, was surly and mean in his dealings. While David was in the desert, he heard that Nabal was shearing sheep. So he sent ten young men and said to them, ‘Go up to Nabal at Carmel and greet him in my name. Say to him: ‘Long life to you! Good health to you and your household! And good health to all that is yours! Now I hear that it is sheep-shearing time. When your shepherds were with us, we did not mistreat them, and the whole time they were at Carmel nothing of theirs was missing. Ask your own servants and they will tell you. Therefore, be favorable toward my young men, since we come at a festive time. Please give your servants and your son David whatever you can find for them.’ When David’s men arrived, they gave Nabal this message in David’s name. Then they waited.—1 Samuel 25:1b-8 (Carmel)
When David’s men arrived, they gave Nabal this message in David’s name. Then they waited. Nabal answered David’s servant, ‘Who is this David? Who is this son of Jesse? Many servants are breaking away from their masters these days. Why should I take my bread and water, and the meat I have slaughtered for my shearers, and give it to men coming from who knows where?’ David’s men turned around and went back. When they arrived, they reported every word. David said to his men, ‘Put on your swords!’ So they put on their swords, and David put on his. About four hundred men went up with David, while two hundred stayed with the supplies.—1 Samuel 25:9-13
One of the servants told Nabal’s wife Abigail: ‘David sent messengers from the desert to give our master his greetings, but he hurled insults at them. Yet, these men were very good to us. They did not mistreat us, and the whole time we were out in the fields near them nothing was missing. Night and day they were a wall around us all the time we were herding our sheep near them. Now think it over and see what you can do, because disaster is hanging over our master and his whole household. He is such a wicked man that no one can talk to him.’ Abigail lost no time. She took two hundred loaves of bread, two skins of wine, five dressed sheep, five seahs of roasted grain, a hundred cakes of raisins and two hundred cakes of pressed figs, and loaded them on donkeys. Then she told her servants, ‘Go on ahead; I’ll follow you.’ But she did not tell her husband Nabal. As she came riding her donkey into a mountain ravine, there were David and his men descending toward her, and she met them. David had just said, ‘It’s been useless—all my watching over this fellow’s property in the desert so that nothing of his was missing. He has paid me back evil for good. May God deal with David, be it ever so severely, if by morning I leave alive one male of all who belong to him!’—1 Samuel 25:14-22
When Abigail saw David, she quickly got off her donkey and bowed down before David with her face to the ground. She fell at his feet and said: ‘My lord, let the blame be on me alone. Please let your servant speak to you; hear what your servant has to say. May my lord pay no attention to that wicked man Nabal. He is just like his name―his name is Fool, and folly goes with him. But as for me, your servant, I did not see the men my master sent. Now since the Lord has kept you, my master, from bloodshed and from avenging yourself with your own hands, as surely as the Lord lives and as you live, may your enemies and all who intend to harm my master be like Nabal. And let this gift, which your servant has brought to my master, be given to the men who follow you. Please forgive your servant’s offense, for the Lord will certainly make a lasting dynasty to my master, because he fights the Lord’s battles. Let no wrongdoing be found in you as long as you live. Even though someone is pursuing you to take your life, the life of my master will be bound securely in the bundle of the living by the Lord your God. But the lives of your enemies He will hurl away as from the pocket of a sling. When the Lord has done for my master every good thing He promised concerning him and has appointed him leader over Israel, my master will not have on his conscience the staggering burden of needless bloodshed or of having avenged himself. And when the Lord has brought my master success, remember your servant.’—1 Samuel 25:23-31
David said to Abigail, ‘Praise be to the Lord, the God of Israel, who has sent you today to meet me. May you be blessed for your good judgment and for keeping me from bloodshed this day and from avenging myself with my own hands. Otherwise, as surely as the Lord, the God of Israel, lives, who has kept me from harming you, if you had not come quickly to meet me, not one male belonging to Nabal would have been left alive by daybreak.’ Then David accepted from her hand what she had brought him and said, ‘Go home in peace. I have heard your words and granted your request.’—1 Samuel 25:32-35
When Abigail went to Nabal, he was in the house holding a banquet like that of a king. He was in high spirits and very drunk. So she told him nothing until daybreak. Then in the morning, when Nabal was sober, his wife told him all these things, and his heart failed him and he became like a stone. About ten days later, the Lord struck Nabal and he died. When David heard that Nabal was dead, he said, ‘Praise be to the Lord, who has upheld my cause against Nabal for treating me with contempt. He has kept His servant from doing wrong and has brought Nabal’s wrongdoing down on his own head.’—1 Samuel 25:36-39a
Then David sent word to Abigail, asking her to become his wife. His servants went to Carmel and said to Abigail, ‘David has sent us to you to take you to become his wife.’ She bowed down with her face to the ground and said, ‘Here is your maidservant, ready to serve you and wash the feet of my master’s servants.’ Abigail quickly got on a donkey and, attended by her five maids, went with David’s messengers and became his wife. David had also married Ahinoam of Jezreel, and they both were his wives. But Saul had given his daughter Michal, David’s wife, to Paltiel son of Laish, who was from Gallim.—1 Samuel 25:39b-44
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