A Stone’s Throw Away

How close has it been in coming to lose You “OUR” Father? We weren’t the first to throw stones when the bullets came flying “OUR” way. Though they slay us we will still trust in You. Who can separate us from Your Love? No body, no way! It’s a touch of Heaven in these earthen vessels to “BE” “Hallowed”. Your Sacredness hallows out a spot in us that is out of this world.

To “BE” holy as You are Holy, named for Your most “BE”loved Son, “Christ-ones” are out of this world to do what most pleases You. Your will is done in these “earthsuits!” Your Word seals it like a stone right between the eyes. Yes, we are the ones You have been feeding and caring for all these days.

“OUR” sorry sins separate the chaff from the wheat. Bread of Heaven feed us ‘til we want no more, fill “OUR” cup, fill it up and make us whole. The debt of love we owe we repay is a stone’s throw away. With a breath of kindness we blow the chaff away with what we have in hand. How can we escape if we neglect so great salvation? Let us do unto others as You have done for us. Forgive us “OUR” debts, the sins that so easily beset us. Deliver us from the calamity of the evil one.

Forgiveness is key to lead us out of chaos into Your “Glorious” light to see Your halo of everlasting Devine power.

You have called us friends. Someone who does not have to weigh words but pour them all out, chaff and grain together knowing that a faithful hand will take and sift them and with a breath of kindness blow the chaff away.


About prayersjourney

Elder, retired, GPa, Journaling life, learning To Pray, same home over fifty years. Five sons and GKids.
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