The man wrote:
“Divine love is rendered conspicuous when it shines in the midst of judgments. Fair is that lone star which smiles through the rifts of the thunder clouds; bright is the oasis which blooms in the wilderness of sand; so fair and so bright is love in the midst of wrath.”*
The prayer is, Father, that we do not need a torah that explains evil or hard times, we do not need sorrow and tears, adversity, “troublings”, fearfulness and anxiousness, to know and treasure what blessing and peace and joy are.
Create in us a heart and mind, a spirit that, does not need knowledge of evil to appreciate and cherish and experience Good, that the contrast is not needed for us to understand and glory.
Restore us Father, to that being in which knowledge was of Good only, natural, undiminishing, enough.
Bring us, Abba, into personal unrestricted, invincible closeness with You.
May we be in that place where we hear Your voice,
“…the voice of Adonai, God, walking in the garden at the time of the evening breeze…” (Genesis 3:8 CJB.),
and knowing nothing else, answer, “Here Father”.
We love You Father.
In Yeshua’s name we pray,
May the love of our Father and Messiah Yeshua be in us all.
*”Morning by Morning”
Charles H. Spurgeon
Devotional for July 6
“Whoso hearkeneth unto me shall dwell safely,
And shall be quiet from fear of evil.” (Proverbs 1:33)