‘Listen! Oh Arrogance’ and ‘Your Mother’s Tears’

Shackles. Black ones around solid white pigeons. Spin tops. What does it mean?

 Listen! Oh Arrogance
 you say you are christian
 but clearly‒
 it's a thoughtless decision
 ‒leaving out the crucifixion
 so here's something
 in consideration:
 we aren't in competition
 we ARE in cultivation
 separate in conception
 separate in our conclusion
 but in between‒
 we are to help each's corrosion
 through a mere conversation
 to help the conversion
 that needs to take place
 in our resurrection
 it's a wiping away
 of the contamination
 of the corruption
 without basking in the explosion
 without leaving another
 in the concussion
 without some caution
 ‒a given salutation
 be careful...your declarations
 you are also
 under evaluation
 by the One†
 in charge
 of your creation
 listen carefully
 to the instructions
 there was only One†
 made into perfection
 ‒the Harvester†
 waiting for your retribution
 ‒it's an individual
 by-way of the vine‒
 the collection
 by-way of the faith
 in sanctification
 by-way of

Note: The photograph that leads this writing was taking on September 12, 2019. That day was amazing as all of those days were. You can find this set of photographs under the page title ‘My 5:55 Lake Visits‘. Everything that David explained to me is in the notes under each photograph. The sun and the rays are very important in the message God is sending. All of the orbs and the symbols are not camera tricks. They are what God wanted for you to see. Including what He does to my face. He’s talking. It’s up to you to hear.

(April 10-13, 2021)―Two works for you to read ‘Laying It Down‘ and ‘Tell Me, My Lord†’. They were both written in 2019. The first is instruction on some Jesus love and the second is a prayer from my heart about myself. Yes, myself. We have to first look within ourselves before we can start thinking of fixing others, or planting those God seeds. It is of false hope if you take on God’s work before fixing yourself.

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