Six years ago to this very day, I shared a message in my own way. A rhyme time post about what I love most. And you might already clearly see what’s about to come from me. And for anyone who missed it the first time around…
Here’s the rhyme time about something sublime:
– I find it difficult to write anything without trying to make it rhyme in my head. Or without pondering the rhythm of the words. It isn’t obsessive. But it IS almost constant. And dare I make a mention of the need for this attention…to words? Oops. I did it again. Well, it’s no sin. Drat! There I go without even trying. You gotta believe I’m not lying when I tell you I don’t mean to. It’s just something that I do. And there’s no lasting purpose to it. I don’t know what makes me do it. When I asked my good friend, Emma to help me with this dilemma, she let out a snicker. Then I wondered “why’d I pick her?” I could solve this on my own and then leave the rhymes alone. But if you have a solution to my rhyming execution, would you send me a note and tell me? A little help, please.
Yep, I suppose everybody could use a little help now and then.
Maybe your problem isn’t as serious as mine. But when you lay it on the line, it’s important. We’re all here for each other…every sister, brother, mother…and father. But so much of the time we’re so disconnected, misdirected, and unaffected. What’s wrong? Where did we shift? What caused this rift?
It’s not a matter of some mystical, magical hocus pocus. It’s a simple shift in our focus. We followÂ our own hearts. And that’s where the trouble starts. Your heart is not a good leader. In fact, it’s often a bottom feeder going for the lowest common denominator. In doing so, it becomes a terminator of wisdom. And wisdom is the key. For you…for me…for anyone who’d rather benefit from lessons learned instead of getting burned over and over.
Is wisdom discovered? Uncovered? Or is it something you’re born with and have to practice? Please…please. It’s none of these. It’s knowing the difference between wrong and right…seeing the light of truth. OK. Where does truth originate. I don’t mean to agitate, but the answer is…God. Without Him, it’s a matter of opinion, and every little minion has one of those.
So, in my rhyming way…today, as I do most every day, I’d like to offer a little help. It would be more than nice if you took my advice, but I’ll leave it up to you.
Here’s what I suggest you do…
Look into God’s word. Don’t just go on what you’ve heard. Discover what He actually says. I believe you’ll find truth you never knew that can completely change you and your eternal destination. And to show my dedication, I promise to help you when I can because God says to help my fellow man.
If you have any questions, share them with me. I’ll do my best to help you see God’s love.
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