Here Comes the Judge

Bite the Bullet
³ µLove not the world, nor the things which are in the world.¶1 Would it not be too bad if because of some little bit of untamed human nature, you were making that grace void: because of some imperious spirit of selfishness.´2 He¶s dead, the poor dead One; and yet, we pay no attention to what happened. The state of the art and up-to-date haven't much use for the wounded one. They just pretend he does not apply. The more I don¶t mind the imposed wounds, that much more I wound my companions; the more I am mindful of the hurt, that much less I hurt you, my friend. There¶s healing in a heartfelt embrace, In the past, I¶ve been distracted by other ways of living - of dreaming. I¶ve changed though; and now, abide by the law of helpful conscientiousness, to be a force of truth and goodness. Contrary to worldly wisdom¶s way the first is not the last impression. So, no need to lie, bluff, cheat or ruse; sincerity and commitment rule. Failure can be graced and bring success. So, while remaining mindful of the law of unintended consequence, I bite the bullet with my whole heart; and, I rest assured in blessed mercy -I am safe and sound and protected. ³I am what I am; the Love in me has not been void of its consequence.´3

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l Jn. 2:15 Father Judge Meditations p. 238 lines 5-8 3 l Cor.15:10

November 30, 2010

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