From A Mystic’s Point of View

Magis et Magis


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Wednesday 24 January 2024

invenire iter

in domum nostram

Psalm 102:27

… but you are the same, and your years have no end.

Matthew 28:20

… and teaching them to obey everything that I have commanded you. And remember, I am with you always, to the end of the age.’

Words of Grace For Today

yInchoHpu’DI’ qeylIS wa’DIch mawjaj. ‘a leS Qaw’be’taHvIS hoSchoHbe’ wIta’rup. matay’Daq malja’ wIchenmoHlaHbe’ ‘e’ wIpIH. nItebHa’ ghob ‘ej potlhbej ropvetlh wIta’pu’. tugh qaStaHvIS poHvam wIpab je ghe”ordaq malja’ wIHuqlaHbe’chugh. nughochmeyMo’ ghu’ luleghbogh nuv’e’ ‘ej tugh bIHoH ‘e’ wIHar. maSaHbe’chugh, vaj maQmIghbe’ jaj wa’DIch vIvanchu’meH HochHom ghIlghameS ‘ vIqelchu’pu’bogh. qatlh Qu’vam?

from the Klingon:

God may be the same from time before time to after all time, from before creation to after creation’s end,

but we change as we age, often not for the better,

until we die.

So we worry about what to teach others, instead of learning to live as God created us to live.

We worry about the price of china in tealand and how that affects the price of dirt on the moon for our next new vacation home there.

We worry about invasions from the Andromeda Galaxy and how we can make pre-emptive strikes to wipe out other civilizations that might find us a threat to their existence and seek to wipe us out.

We worry about everything we can do nothing about, and forget

to live as we are created, forgiven, renewed and equipped to live, free from worry and full of energy to help others live in the blessed freedom only God can give.