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HolyFlame 63F
75 posts
3/28/2006 4:25 pm

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3/31/2006 5:05 pm

Wrestless deep within - yet peaceful calm all about

I am just curious, If I am the only one. I am sure that I must not be the only one who feels a deep wrestlessness within, yet somehow a peaceful calm all about me. I feel somewhat like each day could very well be the last as we know it to be, but yet also know deep within that there is so much more to be done. So much more to be done for Jesus. To reach the lost as that is His heart's mission, the very reason that He lived and died for us. All of us, all meaning all.

Then there is the matter of personally persecuting the flesh daily and yielding more and more to the spirit so that we can walk as we should, walk as we need to in order to know, hear and be vessles of Honor for him instead of the leaking vessles that we are. Try as we might (yep, I am speaking for myself), we all are a little leaky. I know that personally for myself, I have been feeling the hard squeeze, yet necessary squeeze of being on that potters wheel to be shaped and formed to be something more lovely and useful for Him.

For a long time I was as a small tea cup, only capable of holding a small amount of God's precious living waters. Then I became a drinking glass, capable of even more and now He is forming me into a Water picture which is not only capable of holding even more of His living waters, but of being continually re-filled and pouring back out to others.

Somehow I deeply feel within (I know, the Christian walk is not all based upon feelings, but in knowing too), but I will stick with this deep feeling for now. Feeling that God Our Father is truly calling us to be open and willing to Him to be changed, attentive and in tune with Him so that we don't miss out during the upcoming wilderness times and will be able to find Him and His hidden Manna which will be vital to us in the later, later times.

(William Watson)
18097 posts
3/28/2006 6:30 pm

very nice post, thanks for sharing sister, cheers

May the Lord bless you and keep you