Saturday, June 29, 2013

Blessed Brother Sirvante, On Trusting in Faith!

So many times in our lives we lose sight of the bigger picture!  We get caught up in the quagmire of discernments between right and wrong.  We question our judgements,  as well as the judgements of others.  And we wonder what's it all for.  How did we come to be in this place.  And where is the rhyme and reason for the things that befall our simplest understandings.  Is there really logic in an illogical state.  Well I guess that would depend on your own level of understanding.  Can we really reach good from two points to right.  How does truth prevail if we're swimming in deception.  Can the wisdom of the ages really discern two parts to the whole.  Have we come this far only to return to a space not of our own understanding.  I've often heard it said one in the hand is worth two in the bush.  Well now I say to you, that really depends on what's in your hand.  Sometimes possessions are better contained in freedom.   And sometimes freedom is the best thing to possess.  It might not seem like much, but it's open and unencumbered.   Sometimes the trivial things in life turn out to be the most valuable.  And often times the things we miss turn out to be the most important.  When we seek to attain a better level in the grasp of the reality of the divines of perception, in relation to the goodness of all things appropriate to the betterment of our own placements;  projected out to the goodness of ourselves as perceived through others.   Based in the truths of real life's givings.  Sometimes we just need to push through the pain.   Run in the rain!  And dance even when our feet are too sore to walk.  Sometimes we just need to laugh when we feel like crying.  Smile when the world is frowning.  And just keep swimming even when our feet are so wet that we can't touch the ground.  Sometimes we just need to trust in something bigger than ourselves.  Even when reason tells us we might be able to do it alone.   Because there is nothing bigger than the openness of space.  And there is nothing bigger than what feels that space then the grandness of God!  He is in all your perceptions!  All your understandings!  And all things that matter when it's all said and done.  So walk in your own peace. Receive with the openness of your own understanding.  Be good within yourself.   And trust in the rightness to get you back to the light.   Even when darkness says you're wrong.  And what you think doesn't make sense.  Because the truth of sense is what you perceive.  And what you perceive directs your level of faith.  All things good are equitable to right.  And all things right are equal to faith.  Discernment is not a two way street.  And truth will always carry it's own day.  Fore in a measurement of faith, trust will always carry you through the day.  Trust first in God!  And His truths will guide you through even the darkest of days!
Bless you all in the name of  Jesus!  Blessed Brother Sirvante.

Sunday, June 23, 2013

Blessed Brother Sirvante, On: A Spirit of Faith!

Oh, the frivolousness of youth!  Oh, if it were to just be young again!  To play in the meadows, and catch frogs in the brook.  To sing simple songs that rhyme and give us such hope.  To while away the days just enjoying being out in the sun.  Taking in the day like clouds gently breezing across the sky.   If life were only as simple as ice cream on a sunday afternoon.  Or a walk in the park with your very best friend.  If only we could harness the moments so precious lost!  If only we could bend time back to a more radiant state.  These are some of the markers of the goodness in life.  These are some of the indicators of time well spent.   Do we dare not believe and seek to such new faith.   Do we dare not encompass the moon, yet magnify to the beauty of the stars.  Can we really hope to see the rainbow that comes with the start of any, great new beginning.  Is there really a golden layer that awaits us all at the end of a perfect day.  Or are we only so much dust in the wind only meant to be cast away.   At some point in our lives we all reach a point of accepted understanding.  At some point in our lives we all seek to do what's truly right!  Some of us later than others! But at some point in our lives we all seek to get there.  Which brings us back to faith!  And the depths of our understanding towards the goodness of all.  I once knew an atheist who had a deathbed conversion.  I can honestly say, I never lost faith!  Faith is what's solidified in the crosses of what's perceived to be wrong!  Faith is what's understood, when nothing else seems to be right!  Faith is the substance of things not seen, nor heard, yet realized to be true.  Faith is what get's us through the day, even when the world says you're wrong.   And faith is what sustains us, even in our darkest hour!  Can we truly expect to rise and fall without ever perceiving the contours of the right of will, as it pertains to the relevance of growth.  Faith is truly our friend;  and mercy is it's sister; while grace is it's guide.  Seek always first the light, and darkness will pass you by! Walk always in faith, and surpass your next perceived destination!  For faith comes from understanding the greatness beyond ourselves!  And in faith that greatness will move us forward.   Because that's the true measure of faith!  And we should always forever be mindful of the teachings of our lord, Christ Jesus!  Who lamented in all His doings;  Faith without works is dead!  If we are to pray, we must always pray in faith.  And then get busy on the work we prayed for.   And in doing so achieving the greatest of faith.   The faith in God, to make all things right!
Bless you all in the name of Jesus!  Blessed Brother Sirvante.

Sunday, June 16, 2013

Blessed Brother Sirvante; On: My Father, God!

Do you love in truth?  Do you care for things that seem not to matter to others?  Are not all things relevant to the beauty in life.   Are not all things valued on the measure of right!  Is not the sun just as pretty as the moon.  And the stars, the universe.  Does not harmony breath life like the presence of it's own existence.  And a tree just as precious as the birds in the sky.  Does not love grow fonder as the heart grows in depth.  And all knowledge become equitable to the goodness of your character.  We sometimes find value in the most trivial of things.  And one mans trash, is another mans treasure.  Can not beauty just exist in the realms  of it's own being.  Is substantiation something we can only find in others?  Or rather, is not all good correlated to it's base!  I believe in light even in the face of darkness.  And I know this truth from my Father, God!  I believe in second chances!  Sometimes third, and even fourths!  I know in my heart there is good in everybody;  if you only give it a chance to come out.  I believe in the rule of understanding:  No one is greater then the parts for which they exist.  And no part is bigger then the simple understandings of the rightness of ways.  When the day is done, and the sun is set.  I like to know my day mattered.  And I like to know the people in it mattered too!  I don't understand complexities beyond rational comprehension.  And I believe good sense is still measured from the heart.  I know all life matters;  and all things in life matter to.  Friendships should never be dismissed;  And family should always matter to.  You're only as good in life as your last good gesture.  And if you don't want to do something from the heart, do it from there any ways!  Because that's where real truth illuminates from;   and God finds the depths of the breath of His glory!  Fore in rightness we come to know the fullness of the kindness of others.  And learn a little bit about the kindness within ourselves.  Which brings us back to God!  And not just God, the creator. But God, the Father!  And in Christ we see His love, His compassion, His understanding.  And all things right and beautiful in the universe!  In Christ Jesus, we see ourselves as we learn to see the beauty in others.  And in others we come to understand the truth of the glory of God.  Fore who could create such expanses of differences of perspectives;  yet unionize them all in the efforts they project, towards the fondness of His right of existence.  No one!  Save for, Father God!   These are the lessons of one child to another. From my Father, God!
Bless you all in the name of Jesus!  Blessed Brother Sirvante.

Saturday, June 8, 2013

Blessed Brother Sirvante, On: The Hidden Depths of Rightness!

Most of us at some point in our lives have been involved in some sort of discussion; or confronted with some sort of issue in our life whereby, we're trying to express a point. But the person listening just isn't getting what the point is.  You explain yourself; and then they explain themselves;  and you express your position as they continue to expound on there's.  And all the while you're both thinking, I know my position is right, if only I can get them to listen.  Then surely they would understand the rightness of it all.  Well here is a news flash for you: rightness is often found in the listening!  You can talk sometimes until you're blue in the face, and some people just won't get it.  And then you have those who don't really want to get it.  So they always pretend you're wrong.  You can tell them the sun is orange, and they will argue with you for half a day saying, the sun is yellow.  And the whole point is it's beautiful, no matter what color you think it is.  Life would be so simple if we could all just say what we mean, and mean what we say.  But for some reason simplicity manages to elude most of us.  At least that's what I heard anyway!  The rule of thumb, and the dagger in hand.....To which do we give the greater understanding?  I don't know, but I think I would pay more attention to a guy poking a knife at me, as opposed to his thumb.  But at the same time I'd be thinking about the rule of law, and how I can get to it.  Now that would be an interesting conversation to have.  He says, "I just wanted to get his attention."  And I say, "well I didn't like his thumb poking at my face."  In the end it doesn't really matter because the truth got lost some place in the fight.  In prayer we come to understand the depths of the knowledge of the wonder of the goodness of God.  And in listening, we come to understand the true depths of right.
Bless you all in the name of  Jesus!  Blessed Brother Sirvante.

Sunday, June 2, 2013

Blessed Brother Sirvante; In Seeking The Light!

Shall we travail the height's of different sight's, yet never comprehend the distance of the depths we're in.   Are we to be understood not for the we, we are yet as what were and what could be.  Do the days we spend transcend the depths of our minds past the grasp of our spiritual parameters, only to bring us into the light of our most real perceptions.  Or perhaps the things we seek to indulge the most, are little more then optical illusions across the cascades of our minds.   Only to bring us back to a place that the touching of our senses could never really grasp.   And yet, we quest for the hope of what could be real in obstruction of what is the true path to directing the right of your continence back to the place of it's most preferred position.  For in the light all things understand to truth.  And in the light the reality of man's base existence shines forth like a beacon to the sun.  I used to have this favorite song who's lyrics went, " I can see clearly now the rain is gone! I can see all obstacles in my way."   Well true clarity really comes from the light.  Which is with God!   So let that guide and direct your path in all things you say and do.   And Father God will take care of the rest!  For it is His truth that actualizes faith!
Bless you all in the name of Jesus!  Blessed Brother Sirvante.