“Edict One from The Heavens unto The Earth
There shall be no other gods before the face of man.
There shall be no other gods on the tongue of man.
There shall be no other gods in the hands of man.
There shall be no other gods taught by man.
There shall be no other gods acknowledged by man.
There shall be no other gods in the sight of man.
There shall be no other gods on the earth of God.
There shall be no other gods imaged by man;
praised by man;
worshipped by man;
held high by man;
handed down by man;
revered by man:
enticing man to his ignominy.
There shall be no other gods listened to by man;
obeyed by man;
frequented by man;
encouraged by man;
created by man;
restored by man:
shelved by man outside the will of God.
For outside the will of God lies the groundswell of accountability;
lies the onset of the call for mercy;
lies the call-out for attention by those finding themselves in need;
lies the resolution of the conflict between the freewill of man and the will of God;
lies the assimilation of the freewill of man into the righteousness of God;
lies the prospect of eternal separation of man from God:
when the freewill of man leads him beyond the field of mercy.
The field of mercy is filled with mounds and depressions –
from where the view increases,
from where the view diminishes.
The field of mercy is free of snares for the feet,
is free of entrapment of the soul,
is free of conflicts for the spirit,
has no limits imposed upon the freewill of man,
offers insights into where the journey ends,
offers ways opened for retreat from the edge of the abyss.
The field of mercy is very large,
can only be travelled with pauses for reflection,
can only study the view of a life from a mounted mound or from the depth of a depression.
The field of mercy can not be revisited once the mercy portal is acquired.
The field of mercy is a lonely walk with reflection to the fore,
while contemplation settles on the selection of the balance of the walk of man:
with all which that entails.
The field of mercy does not dwell in the presence of the field of grace.
The field of grace requires the field of faith –
are bound one to the other –
does not prevail without the other;
does not prevail in the absence of the other;
does not prevail in the absence of the needs,
does not prevail in the absence of the circumstances.
The God of Love,
of Creation –
is alive and well;
is prepared and ready for the confirmation of His Bride;
awaits His inheritance upon the earth as The King of kings:
with His Kingdom so decreed.
The God of man calls His people home;
calls the multitudes to receive the promises held in trust;
calls those who worship what they should not,
who speak to the non-answering,
who pray to the uncaring,
who offer up to the ungrateful,
who conjure up from the soul of man the false imaginings of plastic,
who would bow before the constructions of man which never did,
nor ever will,
walk the earth with a message of divinity.
The God of man and all The Heavens tracks admission bequeathing access to The Holy Spirit:
so His Spirit may precede and counsel the family of God –
as the family dwells within His Kingdoms in The Temples of His Spirit.
The God of man calls man away from the false gods of antiquity which have never spoken since they were installed,
which have been of no use except to those who dwell within their shadows –
to those who lead The Trusting into a life of
servitude under those which have no hearts which beat.”