“The marching of the saints is music to the ears of God.
The marching of the saints speaks of a people on the move,
with a goal in mind,
of having a target for attainment.
The marching of the saints does not repeat the route-of-march,
does not play games of make-believe,
does not retreat from conversations which save the souls with ears.
The marching of the saints is not as a quest for power,
is not as troops which instil fear,
is not armed with weapons of destruction for the flesh of man.
The marching of the saints is directed to the multitudes,
is not in-step,
is not continuous.
The marching of the saints is pointed by The Spirit to from where a call is heard,
to where a visit is returned,
to where a soul remains in hope,
in trust of a story long retold.
The marching of the saints is charged to scatter the gifts to idols,
is charged to scatter the idols of the altars,
is charged to scatter the gods of gargoyles,
to scatter the gods of disfigurement,
to scatter the gods which do not answer the open call of man.
The marching of the saints is to the songs of heralds,
to the songs of approbation,
to the songs of jubilation,
to the songs of grace.
The marching of the saints over hill and vale leaves footprints of expectation,
footprints that bring good news,
footprints which carry the soul food long awaited,
the soul food of the change in heart,
the soul food that heralds the freedom of the spirit with the lighting of the soul.
The marching of the saints has an impact on the multitudes,
leaves oases focused on the waters of new life,
leaves homes wherein lamps have been lit to shine upon the gifts bestowed,
leaves temples of The Spirit expanding in their being with the dawning of each day.”