Seek and Trust


            Each and every day, life poses new and vexing situations. Solving these problems can be arduous indeed, unless one seeks that ‘still, strong voice’ within.

            One hears the ‘voice’ everyday, but often dismisses it as coming from one’s own potentially imperfect thoughts and therefore, suspect, as being the correct solution.

            But when one seeks the ‘voice’, the sound which is heard next, must be ‘truth’, for with an honest and open heart, the gift presented is humility, and the Lord will never reject that offering nor the individual who profers it up.

            Such is the nature of God’s compassion.

            Jesus said, “Let not your heart be troubled.” In seeking the Lord within to quell the ache of heart and mind, faith must be present. Do not doubt. Do not fear. Do not quake with concern. Be simple of heart, releasing your cares to the ‘Parent of all” for quick solution and resolve.

            Do not despair in your fear. Listen for reassurance. The ears of your soul are within, not without. Seek stillness and peaceful surroundings where you may satisfy your thirst without disturbance.

            The Lord loves you. The Lord is your friend. The presence of the Spirit as your guide, cements those facts.

            You are not alone. Relax into the Divine, for God did not send you into the world to fail. God is with you and always will be.

            Seek the sound of His Voice.



About V.L.M.

Author, Editor, Poet, Composer, Environmental Activist, Spiritual Activist
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