Proverbs For A New Day: 46 – 50


Proverbs For A New Day: XLVI – L

XLVI: If ever the darkness shall blow through you, like a cold and bitter wind, be strong. It is essential you command it to leave you. For hesitation may bring a myriad of things, both unwanted and unkind. Take control of the dark wind and send it on its way.

XLVII: You who feel love as natural as the sunlight of midday, strive to keep it moving. Share it always. Do not hold love nor hide it. Release its power and light to the world. Be a beacon for all those with whom you interact everyday of your life. Be a light in the darkness of their day.

XLVIII: So far as the mountains are high, so far as the sun is from the earth—so far is the Blessing of God from those who choose the path of darkness. Do not curse, neither man nor beast. Do not judge, for unless you were born as the Lord, perfection will be a sought after dream. Simply allow, and try, and give love in all things, even to the end.

XLIX: The Lord is your salvation. Remember the Lord. The Lord is your strength. Remember to thank the Lord. God is your only right hand when a hand is needed. Lean into the voice of God in your heart. Seek His counsel. Learn His ways. Give Him back the love He so easily gives to you.

L: And when your life is over, and your days counted and done, the Love you have shown to each other and given to the Lord, will be as golden treasure. For the Lord’s heart opens with a finger touch of remembrance and showers abundance upon those who heed His Words.




About V.L.M.

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