‘Sunny’s Day’ (God)

‘Sunny’s Day’ (God)…Casting the lot settles disputes and keeps strong opponents apart.—Proverbs 18:18

Sunny's Day (God)

it is a vast amount
of joy
to see life bloom
in nature
the newness of it all
makes you forget
human nature's deafness
its blindness
to the ugliness of the world

but I† see all this ugliness
I†, the Lord Almighty†
the God† of all things
the God† of many names
all through the earth

you don't want to hear
of this peril of ugliness
and I† have to ask 
why not?
you are responsible for it
you, peoples of the earth

you can easily change
the ways of this ugliness
but you chose not to

this is when I† have to choose
for you

how do I† do this?

discipline of My† hand

do you think you are through
with My† discipline?
do you think My† discipline
is done?

you are asleep in your wonder
you are asleep
though the tides
keep rolling in

a mass venue
of the times of nine
has just begun

why are you so surprised
at the happenings
of the world?

have you not wondered yet
who's guiding the scepter?

do you think you can out run
'o governments of the world

your use of My† energy
is appalling to Me†
your dinning out
and your waste
is appalling to Me†

the confusion is set loose
can you not feel its wrath?
you will
for I† set it loose

you have wasted
'o kings, 'o sheiks
you brand My† people
and step on them
as if they were weeds

I† pluck the weeds
'o sorrowful hearts
and throw them away
squash the uncertainty
of their time
with more uncertainty

in this time of nines
a rod of value
will raise
a scepter of greatness
will guide
a chosen seed
to come forth

a vast newness
has to come
to outwit the maliciousness
of the world

it is coming
for I† will guide
the hand that guides

you will look
but you will not find
he will not preach
all the words to be preached
have already been preached
preached until they were sold
at a cost for your very soul

he will be a will
a pillar of strength
one that cannot be knocked
for a stronger pillar
will guide his hand

he is not a savior
for you 'o peoples of the world
he is a savior of the word
that you peoples will try
and destroy

but you will not be able 
to destroy it
because the word is eternal
and he will be its master
its protector

go forth 'o peoples of the world
'o nations and countries
'o masters of dance
'o singers of songs
'o mouth breathers of words
you will try to smother
My† words
all of them
and I† will allow
for a time
only for a time

but they will return
with a strength
beyond comprehension
for strength is concealing them
for strength is empowering them

a time of nines
is a time of Mine†
the Lord Almighty God†
the beginning and the end
the alpha and the omega

enjoy your time
with your newly found
for the friendship
is only for a time

then the vengeance of My† wrath
will spew from My† fingertips
and you will mourn
as in ancient days
and learn
'ancient' is a new way
to describe 'your' age

(March 20, 2023)―After ‘Sunny’s Day’, God led me to Proverbs. The specifics follow this commentary.

Thursday it rained and it was put into my heart to make a Spelt cake. Spelt is a type of wheat flour that is actually better for your health than regular flour and it’s not cheap, so it sat in my refrigerator for some time now. A Spelt cake is my term. It is basically bread without yeast and it turns out rather flat. I made it then cut it into squares and put it in a bag.

Friday morning, I was awakened with doing the most popular trail here, Sunset. I’ve been building myself up to it because it incorporates a number of different mountains and terrains and is 13 miles long. I’ve been putting this hike off because I was afraid of it. Fear…yes, I feared it. So, while I’m packing for this hike, David who is my instrument of salvation, my guide, reminded me to take the Spelt cake. I also packed some turkey slices and radishes.

I did the hike. I conquered my fear. This twisting and turning hike took me on steep inclines and steep declines. It winded me around sharp corners, along narrow ledges, up God-made stairs and man-made stairs, along beautiful landscaping and fast-moving clear streams. It also brought me through empty woods where I didn’t see a soul for miles and miles then to places where I saw all kinds of people. It had me crossing streets and highways, going through downtown and amongst all the towns people to only curve in the middle of town and disappear up yet another mountain. It was hard in some areas to where I had to stop and catch my breathe, but then I’d look around at all the beauty and then realize I’m doing this! I’m disabled and I deal with pain and I’m not letting that hold me back. I’m letting God and Yeshuah hold me and it’s comforting and the pain subsides and I continued the hike.

It was an awesome day. The Spelt cake…every so often, David would tell me to eat a piece of it during the hike. I actually had some left and that is all, except for a few slices of the turkey, that I ate.

The next two days I relaxed, but by Sunday afternoon, I decided to call my dad. I haven’t called him in a while and the last time I got word of him was from my son and I learned he had been in the hospital. My son had learned that he was okay and I called the hospital, but he wasn’t there. So, I figured things were okay.

I was wrong.

He was indeed in the hospital, then flown in the middle of the night to another advanced hospital an hour away and had surgery and stayed two weeks, then he couldn’t hardly walk when he got home. He had to use a walker for a while. He’s better he says. I plan on driving down there to visit the first week of April.

When I hung up the phone, I fumed. I actually dialed my older sister’s phone and no answer. Luckily, for me. I tried calling my oldest son, no answer. Again, probably lucky for me. Then I called my daughter. Luck, for me, she answered. My daughter has grown into this straight-up-I’m-going-to-give-it-like-it-is type of woman. A lot like her mother. And she reminds me that my sisters, they’ve always been this way, they’ve always treated me this way, so why should I expect anything different? She reminded me that I should be the one to call my dad once a week to see how things are. She is right.

Then Sunday night came around. Some of the pains that hid themselves after my great hike came out and it felt like a knife was literally in my left shoulder blade. I did some editing on my books and got up and again thought about what happened the day before about my dad. I wanted to go crawl in bed and do nothing, but God said, ‘No, read a little more.’ So I did. The book I’m working on is Book 14, the year 2020. And the words that I just so happen to read next was about my sisters and my family and the place that God brought me to.

Hence, the 14-mile hike through winding mountains.

Right after my conversation with my dad, I wanted to scream and chew someone’s head off. I really did. But God reminded me that I have already been to that place and there’s no need to go there again. He rebuilt me, hence, the winding paths of the mountain, the steep inclines and declines, we don’t need to circle back to where we’ve been. We know what others did to us, we forgive, but we are not required to be in their presence or beg for them to like us. This is NOT a requirement of forgiveness.

My biggest test is to give mercy. Giving mercy doesn’t require me to be around those who have mistreated me, who have done wrong things.

The Proverbs below. We are all guilty of them at one point in our life. To grow in the Lord, to be born again in the Spirit, we don’t go back to them. And it takes a bit to be born again. We fall off the wall again here and there, but when the circle is complete, when the baptism is complete, we just don’t want to fall off the wall. Instead, we develop this thing called patience and we wait. When we can’t wait, the Spirit MAKES us wait because He knows how much our hearts have grown and He knows the truth in us.

To give it to God and let it rest takes practice and time. When we are born again in the Spirit, we are changed and all that we were before, all that we did before does not matter. It is what we are doing, where we going forward that does.

  • Do not plot harm against your neighbor, who lives trustfully near you. Do not accuse a man for no reason—when he has done you no harm.―Proverbs 3:29,30
  • There are six things the Lord hates, seven that are detestable to Him: haughty eyes, a lying tongue, hands that shed innocent blood, a heart that devises wicked schemes, feet that are quick to rush into evil, a false witness who pours out lies and a man who stirs up dissension among brothers.—Proverbs 6:16-19
  • Ill-gotten treasures are of no value, but righteousness delivers from death.—Proverbs 10:2
  • The Lord abhors dishonest scales but accurate weights are His delight.—Proverbs 11:1
  • A truth witness gives honest testimony, but a false witness tells lies.—Proverbs 12:17
  • There is deceit in the hearts of those who plot evil, but joy for those who promote peace.—Proverbs 12:20
  • The righteous hate what is false, but the wicked bring shame and disgrace.—Proverbs 13:5
  • Dishonest money dwindles away, but he who gathers money little by little makes it grow.—Proverbs 13:11
  • A truthful witness does not deceive, but a false witness pours out lies.—Proverbs 14:5
  • A greedy man brings trouble to his family, but he who hates bribes will live.—Proverbs 15:27
  • Honest scales and balances are from the Lord; all the weights in the bag are of His making.—Proverbs 16:11
  • Better a dry crust with peace and quiet than a house full of feasting with strife.—Proverbs 17:1
  • A bribe is a charm to the one who gives it; wherever he turns, he succeeds.—Proverbs 17:8
  • A wicked man accepts a bribe in secret to pervert the course of justice.—Proverbs 17:23
  • Casting the lot settles disputes and keeps strong opponents apart.—Proverbs 18:18
  • An offended brother is more unyielding than a fortified city, and disputes are like the barred gates of a citadel.—Proverbs 18:19
  • Differing weights and differing measures―the Lord detests them both.—Proverbs 20:10
  • Food gained by fraud tastes sweet to a man, but he ends up with a mouth full of gravel.—Proverbs 20:17
  • An inheritance quickly gained at the beginning will not be blessed at the end.—Proverbs 20:21
  • Do not say, ‘I’ll pay you back for this wrong!’ Wait for the Lord, and He will deliver you.—Proverbs 20:22
  • The Lord detests differing weights, and dishonest scales do not please Him.—Proverbs 20:23
  • A gift given in secret soothes anger, and a bribe concealed in the cloak pacified great wrath.—Proverbs 21:14
  • Do not move an ancient boundary stone set up by your forefathers.—Proverbs 22:28
  • Do not move an ancient boundary stone or encroach on the fields of the fatherless, for their Defender is strong; He will take up their case against you.—Proverbs 23:10,11
  • An honest answer is like a kiss on the lips.—Proverbs 24:26
  • Do not testify against your neighbor without cause, or use your lips to deceive. Do not say, ‘I’ll do him as he has done to me; I’ll pay that man back for what he did.’—Proverbs 24:28,29
  • Like one who seizes a dog by the ears is a passer-by who meddles in a quarrel not his own.—Proverbs 26:17
  • Like a madman shooting firebrands or deadly arrows is a man who deceives his neighbor and says, ‘I was only joking!’—Proverbs 26:18,19

Notes: The photograph David chose is from October 2, 2019: Wave Warning.

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