As the appearance of the
bow that is in the cloud in the day of rain, so was
the appearance of the brightness round about (Ezek. 1:28).
Oh, the Shekinah Glory.
It is your glory, God that provides us with the beautiful
spectra of colors that speak ever so softly and gently in
that still small voice, always calling us, always exhorting
us to say, "BE still and know that I AM." And if we truly
listen, we can hear a complete, perfect, and harmonious
symphony flowing freely with every word sung by the Tenor of
This most sacred aria
speaks of your blood, that redeemed us and reconciled us to
you, before the foundation of the world. This same blood is
where we find our true DNA.
It is because of your
divine nature and presence, that we, like Solomon, can
marvel at the wisdom and knowledge of I AM, which is more
precious than fine gold and rubies. This knowledge of your
love, your light, and your life, fills our cup to
overflowing. Your every move, your every breath, consumes
us, we are ONE with you.
Our home, our citizenship is where you dwell, in our heaven.
When we walk in the
cool (Holy Spirit) of the evening, and we look up at
the night's sky, we know at that twinkling moment
that finite has taken on infinity. You bring to our
remembrance, "From everlasting to everlasting, thou art
God", and "I am with you ALWAYS, even to the end of the
Bow to me, your King and
Lord, who sits on the most high throne, wearing the crown of
glory and robe of righteousness. For I AM the Alpha and
Omega, the Beginning and the End, the First and the Last.
The finale of this
holiest of all arias, speaks of a rest to be found on the
seventh day, which is NOW. A rest for the true, chosen
people of God. In this rest, the Sons of God are singing a
new song: "HOLY, HOLY, HOLY, LORD GOD ALMIGHTY, WHICH WAS,
AND IS, AND IS TO COME" (Rev. 4:8).
And we continue to
sing:" Thou art worthy to take the book,
and to open the seals there of: for thou wast slain, and hast
redeemed us to yourself by the blood out of every kindred,
and tongue, and people, and nation; and hast made us, unto
our God, kings and priests; and we shall reign on earth"
"Worthy is the Lamb that
was slain to receive power, and riches, and wisdom, and
strength, and honor, and glory, and blessing" (Rev. 5:13).
This is the revelation
given from the voice of ONE, "Saints, we are the new