A-shir-ra i’a-do-nai ki ga-oh ga-oh (I will sing to the lord for he has triumphed gloriously) A-shir-ra i’a-do-nai ki ga-oh ga-oh (I will sing to the lord for he has triumphed gloriously) Mi-cha-mo-cha ba-elim adonai (Who is like You, oh Lord, among the celestial) Mi-cha-mo-cha ne-dar-ba-ko-desh (Who is like You, majestic in holiness) Na-chi-tah v’-chas-d’-cha am zu ga-al-ta (In Your Love, You lead the people You redeemed) Na-chi-tah v’-chas-d’-cha am zu ga-al-ta (In Your Love, You lead the people You redeemed) A-shi-ra, a-shi-ra, A-shi-ra…….
If you haven’t seen the song and you want to hear it, the link is below my video:
Honesty. Are there levels, and if so, isn’t it wise to reserve some layers of honesty for…for safe places? Or is it possible that if my heart is operating in divine identity and purity, my every ounce of honesty will be accompanied with the finesse, grace and courage required?
And if not–why do I feel continuously invited toward still-deeper, unrestrained expressions of honest and open transparency? Because let’s be honest (natch), the moment we decide to be honest, we come face-to-face with how much trust people. Honesty is a mirror, and the reflection can be exhiliarating, freeing–or damning.
It can be so easy, when we are feeling the All the Big Feelings, to look around and place blame. It doesn’t take much for the voice of the victim to come screaming to the surface of our consciousness. But we are responsible for our feelings. What’s more: it is our Father who has given us not only the responsibility, but the right, to face (or neglect) the reality of what we are feeling.
There are things of the Lord we have not yet seen, experienced, nor do we have intimate connection with those aspects of His personality. It’s pretty important we do not shrug off the unfamiliar simply because it does not yet resonate.