Singing in the Rain

Look out! Here it comes.

God designed us to live by our hearts, not by our minds. It’s not as if we are the only ones who know this, but there are precious few sources on the Net approaching it the way we do here. We have built up a rather substantial psychology around it. But this is not exclusively ours; we should always assume God could choose better servants and humbly thank Him for including us.

I’m driven by this. It’s clear to me that this is the time in human history when this truth must be restored. I stand by my prediction: There will be an exodus from the Zionist churches. Don’t try to pin down the particulars; it’s not like that. Rather, I intend to lead this parish in readiness to help these refugees. They may never join our work here, but we have a duty to assist these folks in recovery from all the big lies, however many of them we encounter. Not just here on this blog or in my books and blather, I’m calling on all of you to echo this message in your own lives, in your own way.

A part of the shift in reality we see in recent days is a de facto demand from God that the world return to the heart-led approach to reality. People are going bonkers because God has introduced a variability that was not there before. I’m not sure I can say this accurately; only a parable will do. It’s as if a grand arch-demon was permitted to create a massive delusion in the birth of Western thinking. Reality seemed to work consistently on that lower level of intellectual reasoning. This spirit was allowed to dumb-down human existence to lull a major portion of humanity into moral slumber (God’s plans are inscrutable). But it seems to me this demon has been pulled back from that mission (at least for a while). The true variability of reality is leaking back into our world again and it’s driving folks bonkers.

So the only hope for sanity is to reawaken the heart-mind. It’s as if God is ripping open the cocoon and it’s time to spread your wings and fly or risk being eaten. The only way anyone can hope to handle this changed context is to rise to the highest faculties of our human design. We are blessed to have a part in this redemptive work.

My heart is on fire about this. If you’ve ever doubted my sanity, the coming days will confirm your suspicions. The storm has begun, but I’ll be singing the rain.

About Ed Hurst

Disabled Veteran, prophet of God's Laws, Bible History teacher, wannabe writer, volunteer computer technician, cyclist, Social Science researcher
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One Response to Singing in the Rain

  1. forrealone says:

    I’ll be singing the rain.

    We shall make a lovely duet!


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