You Know My Name

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  1. SeaClearly says:


    ISAIAH 40:31 +One ~^~

    An Inspiration; A Meditation; A Focus:

    In His presence; In His domain:
    All that is good;
    Only what is good;
    And, everything else is on the outside.

    For in the past, what was not shed was shed for them.
    For now, and the future, what is not shed will be shed for us.

    When we are “clothed in fine linen, white and clean” what remains? :
    All that is good;
    Only what is good;
    And, everything else is on the outside.

    There is only one God – over All.
    There is only one Son – over us All.
    Amen.

  2. SeaClearly says:

    Isaiah 40:31 But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint.


  3. SeaClearly says:

    Triumph: Fight The Good Fight
    https://seaclearly.com/2017/08/18/fight-the-good-fight/

    The days grow shorter and the nights are getting long
    Feels like we’re running out of time
    Every day it seems much harder tellin’ right from wrong
    You got to read between the lines

    Don’t get discouraged, don’t be afraid, we can
    Make it through another day
    Make it worth the price we pay

    The Good Book says it’s better to give than to receive
    I do my best to do my part
    Nothin’ in my pockets I got nothin’ up my sleeve
    I keep my magic in my heart

    Keep up your spirit, keep up your faith, baby
    I am counting on you
    You know what you’ve got to do

    Fight the good fight every moment
    Every minute every day
    Fight the good fight every moment
    It’s your only way

    All your life you’ve been waiting for your chance
    Where you’ll fit into the plan
    But you’re the master of your own destiny
    So give and take the best that you can

    You think a little more money will buy your soul some rest
    You’d better think of something else instead
    You’re so afraid of being honest with yourself
    You’d better take a look inside your head

    Nothing is easy, nothing good is free
    But I can tell you where to start
    Take a look inside your heart
    There’s an answer in your heart

    Fight the good fight every moment
    Every minute every day
    Fight the good fight every moment
    Make it worth the price we pay

    Every moment of your lifetime
    Every minute every day
    Fight the good fight every moment
    Make it worth the price we pay

  4. SeaClearly says:

    MLK would have rejected (a center of) Wokeness. He fought “for all of God’s children,” for all the oppressed, and sought to bring us all together – within the same struggle: “The marvelous new militancy which has engulfed the Negro community must not lead us to a distrust of all White people.” His stated goal was to see us all “sit down together at the table of brotherhood,” “a beautiful symphony of brotherhood.” He wanted “all of God’s children, Black men and White men, Jews and Gentiles, Protestants and Catholics” to see the “glory of the Lord .. revealed.” He was not a Reverse-Racist just as he was not a soulless atheist. And, the “glory” was not to be “a house divided.” It was to be under one roof, where all were welcomed and provided.
    https://caitlinjohnstone.com/2021/04/23/what-if-everyone-threw-shoes-at-bush-notes-from-the-edge-of-the-narrative-matrix/#comment-61364

  5. SeaClearly says:

    “When [atheists] object to criticisms of [their worldview from even progressive Christians], it isn’t because those criticisms are unfounded. It’s because if those criticisms are valid, it will mean everything they believe about the world is wrong. It would be a kind of death for them.” “Losing [those] belief systems” can be “like experiencing death.” But, at the same time, releasing those “defense[s]” may provide an opening toward rebirth.

    To Bear Witness of That Light


    https://caitlinjohnstone.com/2021/04/28/reject-mainstream-culture-notes-from-the-edge-of-the-narrative-matrix/#comment-61667

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