Spirit says it’s time for revelation.
There is an energy that is stirred into being by the energy that is in all living things. This energy—that runs in our bodies and in the bodies of all other creatures and in the growing vegetation—spirals into a united force that feeds into a continuously changing font of collected memory and ongoing awareness of future memory. This font is an intangible collection of spiritually charged matter. The spiraling energy enters the font, adding to its force of knowledge and energy. The font continuously collects and then returns the spiritually charged knowledge and energy back to the living creatures.
This give and take of spiritual force is the connection for the living to the font of memory of past and future. The spiritual giving from the font is felt intangibly by people in the form of the soul. The soul is the connecting link to material and spiritual existences.
The existence of the font is based on the existence of living things. The one feeds the other, and they both equally exist.
How was the font created? By a force beyond, that came from whispered existence. The whispered existence is God. God is a quiet whispering of overwhelming force that exists beyond our comprehension. We “touch” God when we open to the connection of our souls. We receive hints of spiritual greatness when we keep the communication open to our souls.
God is a real and ever existing force. Beyond us, yet connected. We are carriers of the spiritual energy that flows back and forth, back and forth.
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God woke me in the night to receive this wisdom. I have previously received wisdom about the soul and connecting to God, and this wisdom is published in two books. Read “Awaiting Light: Understanding the Development of the Soul” to understand the formation of the soul and our connection to spiritual beings. Read “Faith: A Wisdom Poem Sharing Spiritual Connection” to learn a path for connecting to the power of God.
God is available when we are open to the whisper.
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