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The Favour of The Lord (27.1.09)

“The favour of The Lord signifies a blessing,

                                         signifies a delightful occurrence that is unexpected,

                                         signifies the awareness of God to the lives that He attends.

The favour of The Lord falls as a daily occurrence.

The favour of The Lord falls on hearts of thanksgiving.

The favour of The Lord falls as a daily response.

The favour of The Lord is in response to prayer,

                                       in response to gratitude,

                                       in response to the acceptance of a call.

The favour of The Lord is in response to the loving of a heart,

                                       is in response to a lifestyle revealed,

                                       is in response to obedience displayed.

The favour of The Lord can be appreciated by discernment,

                                       should never be allocated to luck,

                                       should not be discarded with contempt.

The favour of The Lord is for each day’s recognition,

                                       is for each day’s prompting of the spirit,

                                       is for each day’s communing with The Lord.

The favour of The Lord is for acknowledgement by the spirit,

                                       is for recognition as to origin,

                                       is for accompanying a walk in friendship.

The favour of The Lord should not be greeted with a yawn,

                                       should not be tolerated as to dust,

                                       should not be treated with irreverence that defiles a sacred act.

The favour of The Lord follows the servants of The Lord.

The favour of The Lord follows the friends of God.

The favour of The Lord follows the upholding of the Standard of The Kingdom.

The favour of The Lord is not to be easily dismissed.

The favour of The Lord is not lightly bestowed.

The favour of The Lord encourages the perceptive,

                                       uplifts the poor in spirit,

                                       confirms a walk in fellowship.

The favour of The Lord keeps the angels busy.

The favour of The Lord reminds of incompleteness.

The favour of The Lord is a sign from the presence of The Light.”

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