I stood at the peak of the mountain and shouted – This is our time Lord. Glory is thou name.
The sun was shining brightly.
My words came as the breeze in the wind.
I knew the Lord was beckoning me to do his earthly work.
I sanctified my purpose to evangelical.
I walked under gloomy cumulus clouds thinking about my next step.
That perfected step that would take me closer to the Lord and his intellect.
The day became glorious but a depressing state remained.
I knew the Lord was beckoning me to take a stance.
Once I made it to the home front, I retrieved the Holy Scripture and began reading The Book of Isiah.
Chapter 14 Verse 27 bellowed these words:
“All the forces of darkness cannot stop what God has ordained.”
I paused in passage to scribe.
This is what I wrote about - SECOND ECCLESIASTES: LIVING A RIGHTFUL LIFE .
The Lord gave me a voice to apply in or to life.
If I am not for right, who am I.
Wrong is not a just God.
Second Ecclesiastes is about rightful means bring rightful things.
Second Ecclesiastes is about wrongful ways abominates.
Like Prophet Solomon in his day and time via the Book of Ecclesiastes in the Old Testament, I seek wisdom.
Gainful knowledge received throughout living a rightful life in a perilous world.
Apostolicity is defined as of or characteristic of an apostle.
Penned on November 08, 2014!
Copyright © Verlena S. Walker | Year Posted 2014
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