They Danced With God: And The Music Never Ends

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AuthorHouse, 2004 - Self-Help - 360 pages

In the simple yet profoundly poignant words of Ernest Holmes: "Change Your Thinking. Change Your Life. Before the beginning of time, woman was created and placed at the pinnacle, the apex of creation. She was endowed with inalienable rights, divine traits and attributes of a majestic Creator desirous of mirroring herself in manifestation. Further, she was given the internal, external and eternal capacity of power and dominion to rule the world royally. What happened?

Unfortunately, the trials of life have left the majority of us disappointed, disillusioned and completely dismissive of our true heritage and identity. Like prodigals, individually and collectively, we have been meandering down various pathways and crossroads in search of the answer and meaning of life's little riddle. More often than not, these efforts have proven frustrating and futile, thus leading to bitterness and resentment compounded. How do we solve this maxim called life and find solace and success in a world seemingly so antagonistic toward our good? How do we find our way out of a vicious maze of disgust and disenchantment and take claim of our pot of gold at the end of life's rainbow?

Well, I am convinced that remembrance is the key to solving the so-called mystery of life. Therefore, let's get it back like it was before it got like it is! "----And she heard the voice of the Lord God walking in the garden in the cool of the day." Remember our former relationship with God. "--.And she came to herself--." Remember who God is. "I AM that I AM." Remember who God said you are. "This is my beloved Daughter in whom I am well pleased." Remember what God said you could do. "For with God nothing shall be impossible." And, finally, remember why God said you could do it. "I and my Father are One." Remembrance. Remembrance. Remembrance.

The book cover, designed by artist and friend, Jean Bean, undeniably speaks volumes. Underneath the dross of what you think you know, who you think you are, and what you think you see and feel is your true God self longing to be revealed, acknowledged, and accepted. "Who told you that you were naked?"

Each of us individually, alone, must unravel the riddle and reclaim our own inherent possession and fulfill our own destiny. We must delve within the deep recesses of our souls because the answer to life's problem lies hidden in the heart of our minds.

"Arise and shine for thy light has come and the glory of the Lord has risen upon thee!" Therefore, let us not resist, but let us recall, and let the journey begin again.

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