Mystery: When One Thing Ends, Something Begins

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WHEN ONE THING ENDS, SOMETHING BEGINS!

 

Mystery, its birthing …

infusing,

an inclusion flowing in oneness beating;

Continuous swirling – its always brewing,

its wilderness meshing and God’s holy calling.

 

Washing, the cleansing …

invading,

an immersion far reaching the bloodstained covering;

Gentleness briefing – no condemning,

the mystery becomes less about fleeing.

 

Quietness, the stillness easing …

persuading,

the silence deafening but a sudden feeding;

Numb the feelings – finally are feeling,

the mystery becomes more about believing.

 

Freezing, yet releasing …

pleading,

an occasional screaming but not for pretending;

Scrutinizing – a new meaning,

mystery is more about the heart a mind rethinking.

 

All the while a grieving,

and in the end Abba healing.

All the while emotions a heaving,

and in the end new memories re-surfacing.

All the while thoughts a leading,

and in the end about face and leaving.

All the while about the piecing,

and in the end less pleasing and screaming.

All the while new eyes a seeing,

and in the end an inward life seeking.

All the while about no more seething,

and in the end all the more seizing.

All the while new ears a hearing,

and in the end the deeper understanding.

All the while no more sleeping,

and in the end all the more awakening.

All the while God is teaching,

and in the end His anointing squeezing.

All the while us decreasing,

and in the end unselfishness achieving.

All the while no appeasing,

and in the end a growth conceiving.

All the while and not misleading,

and in the end you and me debriefing.

All the while an unceasing,

and in the end CHRIST increasing;

All the while my perceiving,

and in the end always BELIEVING.

 

Jesus performed many other signs in the presence of his disciples, which are not recorded in this book. But these are written that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.  – John 20:30-31

 

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