FreedomJournal Press Revelation Series
28 November 2009
Godís Will: Understanding Man & Nature
In the name of God, Master of the Universe Ruler of the earth
Peace be unto you. To the Church and believing Christians everywhere. To those that believe in the Bible as the supreme authority that governs all of humankind. In this we give thanks to God the Father the Son and the Holy Spirit that leads and guides us the straightway.
Beloved moving by inspiration as I conversed with my beloved son in the Gospel I saw Heaven. Realizing that we (the saints of God that move in righteousness) have power we looked out upon yonder lake. The trees lined the lake at every bend and corner however we had no power to pull them up by their roots. But there is the power to reason this is where the miraculous lingered.
Looking now to understand the earth itís people and the things that surround all human beings we, I pondered. What is Godís will? Is man outside of Godís will? Does nature and the creatures of the forest exist in complete harmony with the elements and the land? What of the people?
Assigning Life To Things That Move & Stand Still
Resting in solitude one day I was stricken by
the human presence to my writing place along
Stewartís Creek. This I knew for sure was an
intrusion as I slowed in my writing posture as
my thoughts were halted and my inspiration waned.
If I had come to this place contemplating this
fleshly invasion I would have been prepared.
However, I sought out my rock enclave or my
rock seat by the creek for peace found among
the elements. Then I felt the Wind.
I have written as I have seen and felt no threat
to inspiration by the creatures that swim in the
creek or from the birds that fly over head and
rest in the trees. Nor from that deer that came
to drink who was startled by my presence.
However man taints the environment and brings
havoc to the elements. Man is often then outside
the will of God. Well then can you best understand
the human species and human behavior by drawing
lines as parallels with the elements and the lower animals?
I heard John say that a clear way to understand many
motivations of the human being is by looking first at that
rabbit. He harmed nothing as he came not to disrupt the
environment. The birds ate from the fields as God has
provided seed in the grass that the human eyes cannot see.
Thus, the existence of the creatures of the wild exist as
God would have them to exist. However, man often changes
their habitat and throws a human wrench into the eco-system
and goes against the will of God as to what He has designed
for all that He has created.
So then can we come to classify certain behavior of the
human being? Is there a behavior of the things that seem not
to move? I saw a deer run through the field to the wooded
area deep in the forest as he escaped the hunterís deer stand.
I also saw the geese fly over head with their designated leader.
Is it Godís will for man to harm and disrupt nature? The seasons
will never change nor will there cease to be a time for planting
and the harvesting of crops. Lurking behind every tree that
they leaned on the animals lower did not think. But they acted
in Godís will.
Is the ability to think then the obstacle to being inside of the
Spirit? No and yes as some function in His will and otherís
choose not to. But just what can be ascertained by looking at
life, the earth, the universe the cosmos in this way? Many
things move and stand still.
We also come with a testimony that man lingers in much
confusion as he passes by the road kill that he cared nothing
about. He also looked down in abject confusion at the fish
that swim in many streams and waters as the wind is pure
and the water is fresh and virgin in every way.
Meanwhile we see the elements telling us as sure as the Wind
wet my face that God sends all things and stands by His Will.
Will man then be held accountable for his attempts to exist
outside His will? I felt sunshine in the rain. I also relished and
embraced the air that surrounds me at all times.
God moves thus not in great mysteries as many imagine. I watched
the rising and setting of the Sun. I also knew that light came before
the Sun. The darkness gave way to light but it still rested upon all
things. Man came to reason and was tempted by the serpent.
The innocence of man that God created them became challenged.
Peace and Paradise,
Dr. Carl A. Patton writing for the FreedomJournal Press 29 November 2009 in the year of our Lord and Savior Christ Jesus.
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