When we create something from and out of inspiration it comes together through a process does it not? A creation is drawn from a culmination of many ingredients which are first sifted and refined individually then they are held up in the light of observation to determine which blends with and compliments the other. Then out of a few, several or many ingredients are formed a collective expression of all of the individual ingredients as they mix and blend with one another and there comes forth a depth of character because there are many facets and variations that contribute to the the whole as they are combined.
So it is with relationships. God intended that we blend into a beautiful harmony a mixed collection of many varied expressions from which each has experienced life. Now if we truly were to practice this fully as God intends, then life would never contain a dull moment within it’s tapestry.
You see, we are to sharpen one another’s countenance as such and if we would do so none of us would ever be lacking in any one thing. Our lives and character would reflect excellence in all that we do and in all that we say or express.
This is not an impossibility as with God all things are possible with those who believe. So why not strive to pursue a means to such? I hope we will as a body of believers return to this. I believe that is where God is taking us and it is where we must return to in order for all things to be gathered together as one in Christ.
Is this not God’s plan centered in His divine order? Then what steps are you and I willing to take today to move toward such?
“Let us draw near with a true heart in full assurance of faith, with our hearts sprinkled clean from an evil conscience and our bodies washed with pure water.”
(Hebrews 10:22 ESV)
Then the Lord God said, “It is not good that the man should be alone; I will make him a helper fit for him.” (Genesis 2:18)
Isolation is societies’ greatest woe. When mankind is separated, instead of extenuating and complimenting our diversity we end of dividing the integrity of who and what we are and life begins to fracture and fragment and we end up isolated, losing our true identity and forget who and what God designed us to be.
So may we make serious resolution and focus on solution and begin to make restitution where it is due or in some cases long overdo. Let us then rediscover how grand life can once again be as we realize the importance of you and me determining together to be and together see that we are to “all” partake of the same tree. Are we not speaking of the Tree of Life which is all that we ever did need? That was man’s great fall when he chose to leave God’s order and step away from his true destiny.
The Father is calling back home his sons and daughters, to that tree don’t you see? Ponder this if you will and see if you don’t agree. Consider the art of “cultivating” and then “consecrating” will surface out of the purest act of love.