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Universal Utterings for 9-22-2014
How much better to get wisdom than gold! To get understanding is preferable to silver. Proverbs 16:16
For there is nothing hidden that will not become visible, and nothing secret that will not be known and come to light. Luke 8:17
Proverbs 16:13-16 & Luke 8:16-18
We learn to live in secret if we prefer not to share the life of faith, hope and love obscuring ourselves from our neighbors as much as family to normally sin on our own preferably making it secret yet obvious to so many others. When we sin, we lose wisdom opportunities that do seem more precious than gold as understanding is as bright as polished silver in the brain of the person taking the straight and narrow path.
Learning to remain obvious for the LORD allows many things to happen in wisdom moments glittering your persona with the sparkle of gold and not that of the flash and flair of societal secular sensations usually fleeting squirting on our own steps of excess. No, wisdom is gained in the Light of Truth shinning forth in the beauty of shimmering gold laden with silver hues of God’s wonders. They normally occur in His Works but can take your breath away bringing to light the secret inner joy of Redemption. Amen.
We ask in prayer. Dear LORD, we pray we live in wisdom visible as the Light of Truth. Novena prayers day two for Steven Fekete who broke his back in a fall of a ladder. We pray for Jeff. Prayers for Dr. Cruz-Peluca. LORD from Proverbs 16:13 I chant; “The King takes delight in honest lips, and whoever speaks what is right He loves.” In Jesus Name we pray. Amen.
I am a poet obedient to Christ,
Evangelist Thomas Cruz†Wiggins
†Spirit led God inspired Christ fed†
Proverbs 16 13 thru 16 Silver cannot shine understanding sublime
Lips honest delight Salvation’s King
Loving what is right spoken to sing
Death’s messenger wrath mingling
Pacified by the wise witnessing
Life means good King smile
Spring cloud of rain His favor divine
Gold is not better than wisdom in your denial
Silver cannot shine understanding sublime
© Thomas Joe Cruz-Wiggins September 22, 2014 5:13 AM EST