Forward thrust gives lift…

Looking out of the aeroplane window at the lives laid out as a carpet below…Jesus is concerned with each one. Hallelujah! Up here, flying over all, going on a mission, singularly, focused, and clear.

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How wonderful to fly! Forward thrust gives lift. In, what should I do, moments? Go forward!

No longer earth bound. Traveling where the sun is always shining. How wonderful! How the kingdom of God, from above, is measured and moved in it’s being…seek first, Jesus kingdom, and His righteousness.

Why walk by understanding, when you can fly with the Holy Spirit?

The work of righteousness is peace/shalom, and the effect of righteousness is quietness of spirit, and assurance forevermore! Hallelujah!

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I am crucified with Christ, nevertheless I live; yet not i, but christ liveth in me, and the life which I now live in the flesh, i live by the faith of the Son of God, who loved me and gave himself for me. Hallelujah ! I live in Dumfries, Scotland, UK. I choose to be led by the Holy Spirit each day. I walk with Jesus in a romantic adventure. I feed His lambs, and His sheep as I encounter them. Let God arise, and His enemies be scattered! Even though all things are not right with my house, He has made with me an everlasting covenant, which is ordered and sure in all things, which is all my salvation, all my hope, all my desire! Jesus enable you to receive all that our heavenly father has in His heart for you! Hallelujah, immanuel, maranatha!

One thought on “Forward thrust gives lift…

  1. Hi Ronald, I like the parable of flying. “They shall mount up with wings”. Today we remember the D-Day landings on the beaches of France, and how the RAF towed gliders by night containing tanks and vehicles and personnel to create a bridge-head the day before the invasion actually took place on June 6th. These gliders were as big as the planes towing them, and required plenty of “lift” to take off.

    I have seen the bridge which crosses the Caen Canal which was one of the Allied objectives, which would assist the advance once it had landed. It is still there, and is called “Pegasus” Bridge. (Mythical flying horse). Jim

    On Tue, Jun 2, 2020 at 7:44 AM Apples of gold in settings of silver. wrote:

    > awordcorrectlyspoken posted: ” Looking out of the aeroplane window at the > lives laid out as a carpet below…Jesus is concerned with each one. > Hallelujah! Up here, flying over all, going on a mission, singularly, > focused, and clear. How wonderful to fly! Forward thrust gives lift.” >

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