God’s Thoughts to Me
For I am about to do something new. See, I have already begun! Do you not see it? (Isaiah 43:19, NLT)
I am lost in the lifeless lexicon of my life, straining to see words, striving to give form and shape to random thoughts drifting on the waves of confusion.
But letters seem to dance a mocking dance in a dry wasteland, taunting me to follow them into surrender, to trap me in transition.
The Lion whispers, “Come, taste and see!”.
My eyes are blind to see the Spirit of Love, entreating my faint, feeble heart to follow into an unfamiliar new milieu where my feet stumble through a maze of unfamiliar words telling the story of faith that doesn’t see.
My desires are piqued, my heart besotted and smitten with love for the One pursuing me, the One whom my heart desires.
But I am trapped in a sticky web of a lonely, self-serving world where even my tears are captives. A world where the faceless ones get lost in a void of nonentity.
I strain to see beyond this nothingness where I cannot even perceive darkness … ignorant of the Host of Heaven harnessing my stubborn mind.
I am blind to the unfolding of a new story leading deeper into the Resurrected Lexicon of Love … oblivious to the weaning of my fickle emotions … desiring to be fed with delicate, emotional confectionary.
The Lion whispers, “Come my darling, taste and see that I am good!”.
But still my heart clings to beautiful ideas how to transform my thoughts into soap bells filled with beauty, bubbling with laughter and joy, frolicking as in days gone by.
I am hiding in my inmost heart where I cannot even see the twilight of the life I once lived … lost in stasis … unable to perceive the darkness of the role I used to play in the theatre of life.
My theorem of logic has vanished into thin air and skewed perceptions … finitely small … where snow angels defy reality … in a world that continues to wake up in the mornings and slumbers at night.
The Lion touches my eyes with His kisses of delight, showing me freedom embraced in His arms, whispering, “How beautiful you are, My darling. Come, taste and see My love, My treasure, My bride.”
Much love and sweet blessings xx
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