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Grace Paces in four faces

Grace Paces in four faces ………………….. Graces in four faces of trinity, three paces living in life races a lion, a calf, a man, an eagle A flying eagle… complete and legal Ah….Loves grace intervene… by and by one shall wean of Mothers milk to Fathers meat one shall complete by grace, amazing feat Meanwhile… Love’s dear child in love meek and mild a serpent spent and beat shall soon retreat as grace absorbs life heat A cycle of seven Love’s blueprint of heaven earth cycles seven/eleven of whorish bevvies Sub consciously… Human concepts grievous +++++++++++ Warning: A view from human concepts might find the preceding poem a bit preachy, as sub consciously this terminology has emerged of human concept for purpose of discrediting wisdom when it is imparted of Godly precept. While wisdom imparted on the level of human concepts is declared to be the only source and means of conveying knowledge. “Two Logics!” (Isaiah 55:7-11) (The Christly mind vs. the human mind) “You have the mind of Christ!” You May use it! Selah….

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  1. Date: 12/7/2011 9:13:00 PM
    well, I got the snake part for sure, john!! That dang serpent I can't wait to see him beat. Thanks again for your contest. I read every single one, all winners!

  1. Date: 12/7/2011 2:49:00 PM
    very informative write indeed, John

  1. Date: 12/6/2011 8:35:00 AM
    As always I do love the way you bring out the wisdom of Christ in your writings. This is an excellent piece bringing out the love, power, majesty, gentle kindness, patience, and truly frightening final judgement of God. I truly love this. I love the part about the child in love, meek and mild. Reminded me of the saying: "Thy gentleness hath made me great." also: It is not I who am great but He Who Is IN Me. Wonderful Stuff. God Bless, JB