Allegories

The Remedy

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“Remedy”, the white dove of renown sent from ages past cooed: “I’ve waited so long… so long!”

No one heard for all were deaf to her sound. Their ears had been blocked by the notorious one who had placed them all in a prison. The notorious one was called “Justice Denied.” He was able to have so much power because “Unbelief” was the land in which all dwelled and he was king of that land.

Waiting for the appointed time to come, the dove sat perched in majestic splendor on top of the tree called “Say To Your Mountain”. This tree was in every man’s heart, but every man’s heart was deceived and hence, the glorious tree was not perceived by them.

One whose pain had become unbearable began to wail and loudly lament: “I can’t take the pain any longer!” At that moment this one was given her new name: “Against the Tide”, although her name was not yet officially documented in “The Book of Wonder”. It would take her first step [the step of stepping out] in order to activate her name, but through mercy, destiny had come with full power and authority to give this hurting one the ability to put on her name.

An announcement was made in heaven: ‘Hear ye, hear ye!” the command came forth. “If you do not put on glory, grace and power, you will remain as you are, a captive of “Justice Denied”. You will not be able to come out of your prison cell of misery in the land of “Unbelief”… Hear ye, hear ye!”

The gavel of the Almighty Judge banged hard on his desk of “Righteous Compensation”. “The time has come for my reward to be given to my righteous remnant. My remedy awaits those who put on my glorious name. Who will do so?” the judge thundered.

“Against the Tide” shouted: “I will go in the spirit of the One Who was, and is, and is to come! Indeed, “Remedy” had found her dwelling place in the one who called out, believed, received, and spoke life into being. 

The beginning and the end had come because the tide had changed for one and soon would be for all, for all were destined to become one! 

Don’t you know that the prayer of a righteous king is always answered?… And above all, the prayer of the King of Kings: “That they all may be one; as you Father are in me, and I am in you, that they also may be one in us.” John 17:21

Truly THIS is the remedy!

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