Satisfied with Abundance (3 of 3) by Duane Bemis
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Series: Where Is My Resting Place
Satisfied with Abundance
That you may feed and be satisfied
With the consolation of her bosom,
That you may drink deeply and be delighted
With the abundance of her glory."
The Father began, "I AM all about relationship and the best way to communicate this is through what you know within the family unit."
Jesus continued in heartfelt love, "So why is man trying to redefine marriage? That is not the way I designed it in the beginning. I established marriage before anything else. I designed marriage before church, before work, and before the laws of Moses. And in this verse Isaiah is reminding you what it is like to see a baby satisfied after nursing. A baby nursing is how I designed it and it is all good. And every baby drinks their abundance and I want you to come to Me and drink your fill until you are so satisfied in bathing in my presence that you come out all wrinkly in the Spirit."
We all chuckled over that last statement. But I could see His truth that the Father was declaring.
I spoke, "Oh, how I a mere worm of a man desire to be satisfied by an abundance of Your presence. I want to be the apple of Your eye."
Right then Jesus spoke in perfect unity with the Father, "I tell you, study the baby and learn from their example of trust, hope, and love. Their love is beautiful and it is holy. There inside the baby's heart is pure love, pure joy, and pure satisfaction. Oh, and when they sleep there is no more beautiful sight in all creation."
For a fleeting moment the heavens became clear and I could see the balcony in Heaven and a sea of guardian angles smiling with their eyes closed as they watched over their charges. I could see tall angles, short angels, male angels and female angels all in agreement with Jesus. They glowed with pure delight in the simple analogy that Jesus used.
I beamed with a smile as I spoke, "Y ...
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