We’ve seen the Light.
We are here – to show, to Lead (away).
After realizing certain power[s],
They overcome, perhaps oppress,
For those claims must have results —
Even if their singular Path can only be realized, judged, and ruled
In and from exclusive Towers.
For us, they are the “Chosen” —
So some say.
Yet, many reason, and may wonder –
Within (through/originating from/following) Faith, there are (can be) magnitudes. Within Faith, there are (can be) Trials – of such intensity/degree that one may never have imagined them as possible (or even allowable – between or intertwined with previously known or unknown/expected or unexpected realms being crossed – while intermittently, and possibly in escalation as one perseveres, Holy Laws are also violated as a perverse means to destroy progress/evolution).
In continuity, once we Believe, there are tiers (available) to that very existence. Once we Believe, there can be wholly moving results (from ongoing advents) – which (may) arrive (each time), while its being is experienced (initially) as embraceable knowledge, as well as in multitudes of both debilitating (to death’s literal points/levels) and uplifting (forever) factors – after it becomes fact. Once it becomes fact, the Truth prevails.
By faith Noah, being divinely warned of things not yet seen, moved with godly fear. . . .
These all died in faith, not having received the promises, but having seen them afar off were assured of them, embraced them and confessed that they were strangers and pilgrims on the earth.
Hebrews 12: 2
Looking unto Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith. . . .
Acts 1:3 “Infallible Proofs”
(2/1: Singing “. . . a Miracle.”)
(2/8: “Key, . . . on the outside of. . . .”)
“A New Day”
“You Were. . . .”
“And if the wind is right you can sail away and find serenity Oh, the canvas can do miracles, just you wait and see. Believe me.”
This is but one of many paramount examples (for us/to us) of models, morals, greater pictures, teaching, and of guidance (if accepted). Moreover, it was another brief (yet phenomenal) moment in the earthly life of Jesus Christ. How could a simple man have moved small and, eventually, broad masses by way of (among others) telling parables – where people were converted, (with questions regarding “mysteries,” but) without doubts, both during the actual (“noble”) hearing, as well as after (to the present day)?