Good News!

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In the beginning was our promise, and our promise was with us, and our promise was justice.

We were in the beginning just. All things came to be through peace and justice, and without them nothing came to be. Thus, justice for all became our love. This love shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it.

We are here by just cause and have come for testimony, to testify our love, so that all might love freely. Though apart we are not perfect, together we are meant to be.

Now our true self and savior, He who loves unconditionally, is coming into the world. Indeed, He is throughout the world. But though the world came to be through Him, the world does not recognize Him and though He has come for what is His own, His own do not acknowledge Him. But to those who do, He is our purpose. For those who answer His call are reborn; not by nation, nor by race, nor by class, but by love.

And his spirit is real and makes His dwelling within us. And we see his glory. The glory as of a mother towards her only child, full of mercy and grace. And we fall before Him and cry out, “This is the one of whom we say, he who comes after me precedes me because he comes before me.” For as justice for all is derived from the law, equality before the law precedes all. No one has ever seen our true potential. Our only imperative, to love one another, which is in our blood, has revealed it. And this is our testimony.

When you send your people to question us, we confess and do not deny, but admit, “I am not the answer.” When they ask us, “Are you a hero?” We say, “I am not.” “Then do you think you are special?” We answer, “No.” And when they say to us, “Who are you then so we can give an answer to our master? What do you have to say for yourself?” We say, “I am the voice of your conscience calling out under iniquity; make straight the way of equality. As I say the prophets say.”

Then when you come to us directly and ask us, “What do you preach if you are not the answer, nor a hero, nor special in any way?” We answer you, “I abide your true self; the part of you whom you do not trust, yet who is emerging, and who is our authority.”

Lo, He is here! Behold the gift of righteousness who usurps the hypocrisy of the world. He is the one for whom we say, “A savior is approaching who redeems me because His presence anoints me.” I myself do not know Him, but the reason I come praising Him is that His love might be made known to everyone.

We testify further, saying, “I see Heaven come down like a dove from the sky and remain upon Him.” Again I do not know Him, but those who raised me with dignity have assured me, “On whomever you see a love for the People come down and remain, He is the one who will bring peace to the world.”

Now that I have seen Him, I testify that He is among us. For when we are together, He is with us. Now, as we witness His approach, we say to ourselves, “Behold the Glory.” And we hear Him and lift ourselves up to be with Him. And when He sees us following Him, He asks us, “What do you seek?” We say to Him, “Sire, we seek our purpose.” He answers us, “Come and see what you have found.” So we follow Him and uncover our true potential. And at the end of the day we go forth and find others to exclaim, “Be the People!”

And as the elect come forward, He looks at us and says, “As apostles of mine, you will be called World Citizens”. Then we shall all go forth and find other Citizens to declare, “We are there!”

And though we are strangers to each other, we are no stranger to Him for we love one another as we love ourselves. And as we continue, we shall find more to proclaim, “We have found our savior about whom the righteous wrote in the Law and the prophets in Scripture. Justice for all is a stranger no more.”

And when it is said, “Can anything good come of it?” We say to you, “See for yourself.” As you approach Him, He says to you, “Here is my kind. There is no duplicity in you.” You ask Him, “How do you know me?” He says to you, “Are you not true to yourself?” And you question Him, “Master, when will we be true to one another?”

He answers and says to you, “Do you believe in Truth because you know you will be rewarded? The Truth is that freedom is its own reward.” He continues, “Right now! Right now! I say unto you! Every cup shall overflow as the blessings of world peace shower down upon the kingdom of Global Online Democracy!”

2 thoughts on “Good News!

  1. filomena baker

    great job love good news and we all deserve equal rights chaos is bad .

  2. filomena baker

    p.s love you

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