And There Was Evening And There Was Morning

And the word went forth like this: And there was evening, and there was morning. God doesn’t work during the darkness of the night. He is the Father of lights and His works are undertaken in light. You cannot find this light outside yourself. Outside you is the impenetrable darkness of reason and appearances. The darkness will not provide you with the answers you seek. Nothing is created in the darkness. The light and the wonders of your existence dwell in the center of your being. From here His light permeates your entire being and you walk in the light as He is light. There in the center everything He has freely given you is waiting for the appointed time to be unfolded in light. Each manifestation of Him a natural consequence of what took place the day before. The six days are for Him to do His work. You are created for the Sabbath where you rest from your works in Christ. The light is holy and righteous. Thus you are holy and righteous since the light now originates in and emanates from you. It is not your works that define your status. You are indentified by which Spirit who is in you. If you are in Christ then the Spirit of light, God’s Spirit, the Spirit of truth has transformed you into light and truth. As light and truth you have emerged as a true son and you trust and assert your I. Without your I you are merely an indistinct shadow in the void. Your I is what gives you form and your distinct expression as light.

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9 Responses to And There Was Evening And There Was Morning

  1. Ole Henrik says:

    To those who subscribe the heading wrote: And there was morning and there was evening. Hehe, I am not sure how I pulled than one off. Sometimes my brain just goes click bananas. It feels like some wires have been interchanged, if you know the feeling…or is this perhaps a teacher syndrome?

  2. Ole Henrik says:

    One subscriber less after this post. Is it too far off the trodden paths?

  3. Fred Pruitt says:

    Another great word, Ole!

  4. John Craig says:

    No, you are not too far off Ole, just the opposite friend, you are right on track and are ‘of’ the truth, be encouraged, you are a blessing and are walking in an ever-increasing light of glory.

    I was reminded as I read the post that there were seven of those ‘first came evening and then came mornings’ in succession until finally the seventh (sabbath/rest/grace) day. Both Daniel and Job make a seemingly/somewhat veiled reference to the fact that ‘sevens seasons/days/times must pass-over us’ meaning until we are perfected, made whole, are back in the garden state, are once again in the true image and likeness, until the effects of the fall are no more.

    …’but the path of the just is like the shining sun that grows brighter and brighter unto the perfect (seventh) day’. Prov 4:18

    In love, light & blessings.

  5. Ole Henrik says:

    Thanks, John! Your comment is very profound and cast more light on this! Wonderful!

    • John Craig says:

      ‘How much more those who dwell in houses of clay, whose foundation is in the dust, they (that false and fallen earthly nature) is crushed before the moth, between the morning and evening (in the daylight hours) they are broken in pieces, are destroyed. Is not their tent-cord plucked up within them…? (Job 4:19-21, for the entire context see 4:12-21).

  6. cindi estep says:

    “There in the center everything He has freely given you is waiting for the appointed time to be unfolded in light.” I experienced this very Truth yesterday Ole Henrik…. As James wrote “But every good endowment that we possess and every complete gift that we have received must come from above, from the Father of all lights, with whom there is never the slightest variation or shadow of inconsistency.”

    • Ole Henrik says:

      James is profound and not always easy to understand, but this word is very clear. I am so happy on your behalf for the wonderful thing that happened yesterday!

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