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Linger With God

Linger With God

Linger With God

Regimental chapel: Brecon cathedral

 

Sea turquoise pool

I’m in deep intercession for a family member when I look up into the rafters of the Regimental Chapel and feel a deep weeping, more than my own intercessions. I ask God what it’s about and feel it’s because of what’s coming in the future: famine, war, nuclear war, burnout, fallout, catastrophes, pain, torture, conflict, burning, earthquakes, tsunamis, tornadoes, quaking, shaking, cracking, crying – dying (Matthew 24).

‘Is there any hope Lord?’

‘Heaven!  Look for the hope set before you just as Jesus did (Hebrews 12:2). Look for the crossing over, and you’ll have joy.

The ancient paths are the ones I’m currently leading you on (Jeremiah 6:16) Enjoy them.  Tread steadily in their footsteps. Don’t hurry but linger and enjoy.  You will find peace and rest for your soul.

Linger by the brook

Linger by the sea

On the mountain top

Expect to meet with me

I see your heart

I hear your passion

All that you are

Don’t let it lessen’

surf on sunny day

In my mind’s eye I see a Celtic saint with a staff walking across open moorland.  He’s determined but unhurried, purposeful; in tune with God, with nature, with himself, at peace. I know that this is what God wants for us, even as the earth shakes prior to His return.

Helman Tor sunshine