Psalm 89:15

Blessed is the people that know the joyful sound: they shall walk, O’ Lord, in the light of Thy countanence.

There is no other sound like that of this joyful sound…

That sound that will keep us walking straight ahead, no longer in circles going round and round.

This is a sound that the natural ear…

can’t even hear.

Not without proper developement anyway…

Developement begins inside the Word of God (The Bible), then we pray, pray, pray.

Then step out in faith not fearing making a mistake…

Seeking wholeheartedly the Kingdom of God and His righteousness in every choice that we make.

This is the begining of developing that spiritual ear…

So that we may hear.

That joyful sound…

Which is all around.

Though not loud and rambunctious, but rather still and small…

The natural ear can’t even comprehend, but the spiritual ear know this call.

This call, this sound…

This has the power to break curses so we will never again be bound.

We will never be placed inside of a box, on a chain or behind a fence…

We will be able to walk out of darkness into the light of the Lord’s countenance.

Joseph Made Known To His Brethren ( A John Newton Poem )

Levi's Daily Thoughts

When Joseph his brethren beheld,
Afflicted and trembling with fear;
His heart with compassion was filled,
From weeping he could not forbear.
Awhile his behavior was rough,
To bring their past sin to their mind;
But when they were humbled enough,
He hasted to show himself kind.

How little they thought it was he,
Whom they had ill treated and sold!
How great their confusion must be,
As soon as his name he had told!
I am Joseph, your brother, he said,
And still to my heart you are dear,
You sold me, and thought I was dead,
But God, for your sakes, sent me here.

Though greatly distressed before,
When charged with purloining the cup;
They now were confounded much more,
Not one of them durst to look up.
Can Joseph, whom we would have slain.
Forgive us the evil we did?
And will he our households maintain?

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