Returning: Faithfully

Faithfully: Returning

Watching Faithfully

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 by absolute evil to destroy any, or all, progress/evolution).

In continuity, once we Believe, there are (can be) tiers (available) to that very existence.  Once we Believe, there are (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.

12 Responses to Returning: Faithfully

  1. SeaClearly says:

    Kerry Livgren: A Glimpse of Home

    As I reach up this ladder, there is something ever higher to perceive
    Like a fire that is burning, in my heart I know I surely must believe

    All my life I knew you were waiting, revelation anticipating
    All is well, the searching is over
    Let the truth be known, let it be shown
    Please give me a glimpse of home

  2. […] when we are given every treasure, you will surely see that your corruption left you with Nothing. We may die, while being tortured and tormented. But, without ever having taken any numbers, we will live […]

  3. […] [Written during a literal period of life and death in May, 1998] […]

  4. SeaClearly says:

    A Humble Faith:

    If we are not humble, we tend to demand that faith must also bring with it good health, peace of mind, good luck, success in business, popularity, world peace, and every other good thing we can imagine. And it is true that God can give us all these good things if [God] wants to. But they are of no importance compared with faith, which is essential. If we insist on other things as the price of our believing, we tend by that very fact to undermine our own belief. I do not think it would be an act of mercy on God’s part simply to let us get away with this!

  5. […] Returning Faithfully […]

  6. […] (in sacred justifications) will also never falter through these prophesied progressions: “out of great tribulation,” “Here is the patience and the faith” – “in their foreheads” (though, at certain times […]

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