Nate puts a interesting twist on the parable of the wedding feast. Nate also talks about our mental health and gun control issues.
Many popular authors have reintroduced the practice of “living in the now” This is not something new it is a practice of the wise, dating back to time immemorial.
It is a blessing every generation we find wise men and women to remind us of an often forgotten discipline. It is needed now more than ever in our current society; which in my opinion is far too materialist, fast, and profane.
Everyperson is a star, everyperson needs a place within themselves where all becomes nothing, and everything, complimenting one another in a dance of divine unity.
A place in which there is no knowledge of the daily agendas, no news, no obligations, stress does not exists, and only breath and divinity remain. It was the breath of God that created man. So man was created in a state of divine meditation.
Today find a sacred place. A prayer room. A place to be alone. A place in which within its abode nothing matters. Allow God to speak to you. Walk with God in the cool of the day. Lay bare to Him who you believe you are, and find who you truly are.
Make this a practice everyday.
Have a blessed Tuesday my friends!
The Backyard Preacher