Thursday, March 14, 2013

Jewels of Truth Statement: "The Majesty of God's Favor"

Hello All,

Those of the Catholic faith must be rejoicing right now due to the canonization of a new Pope of "Francis I". Although the Catholic Church has been besieged with scandals that were made worse from decades of guilty silence. I suppose the "Will of God" is cleaning house since the "Will of Man" was unable or unwilling.

Today I wanted to share one of my more recent writings on the topic of Destiny. Numbered in the Volume 4 series at #1436. I have only 20 more "Jewels of Truth" statements to write where I gladly conclude with Volume 4 in its entirety. Each volume consist of 365 statements and contemporary proverbs in total. Albeit in focusing solely on writing Volume 4 I have neglected compiling Volume 3 for a future date of publication as a manuscript. Yes, bad on me having two volumes completed in lead time. That's what happens when this isn't my full time job.

Now enough of that rambling on my end, may you enjoy this spiritual wisdom statement.

Thank you.


1436) All souls have a remarkable destiny in life set out by God's mysterious perfect holy plan. However it does not appear without the soul seeking it out in earnest. Yet alone without claiming it via the "Holy Spirit" as a birth right ordained by God. All this is a difficult path of self-discovery in order to separate the weak willed curiosity seekers. From the ones filled with both courage and conviction in spirit. The brave ones are loaded up on a truly marvelous faith which do succeed by various expressions.

Know this well and good for what one seeks with all their heart, mind, and spirit. Seeks you equally, if not more so metaphysically speaking. This is why in the Bible it states to love your God with all your mind, heart, and soul. Doing so guarantee's one's favor with the divine. In accordance to your capacity to receive the good graces of the Heavens. Denying yourself a relationship with God, denies you from permitting the harvest of life's good fortune to touch your soul. Worldly fortune may touch your hands by other means, but your spirit may become weak and empty without God's love. All things come, and all things go, but the "Will of God" and his Word remains Everlasting. Amen.
---Ivan Pozo-Illas / Atrayo.

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