Proverbs For A New Day: Sixteen Through Twenty


Proverbs For A New Day: XVI – XX

XVI: Healing of the heart brings healing of the body. Healing of the soul brings healing of the mind. When the Light of God, your Divine essence, reflects from you and through you, healing will come to you and to those who surround you.

XVII: Lack of faith can allow your heart to be punctured and let darkness seep in. Trust in the Lord, for His Mercy is limitless. His Love is neverending. His compassion—ever-enduring.

XVIII: Pour not your trust into man. Pour your trust into the Lord who made the Heavens and the Earth. His day will bring you joy and ever-lasting peace. Step under the umbrella of the Lord, entwined forever in safety.

XIX: When I was a child, I reached for the hand of my mother. As an adult, I reach for the hands of my spouse and my children. But all are as fragile as a wisp of smoke in the breeze. Build your foundation on the eternality of God. Reach into His Strength and grip tightly onto His Hand. For He will bring you through all tribulation, unto an everlasting tomorrow.

XX: I am your Mother. I am your Father. I am your Brother. I am your Child. I am your future. Your forever. The tomorrow of your dreams. As I reach my hand out to you, do not pull away. For my fingers are strong and will hold you up, though the ground fall away beneath your feet. Trust in Me for your salvation.




About V.L.M.

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