Interludes of Oneness

The Inspired Scribe

"How that by revelation he made known unto me the mystery; (as I wrote afore in few words, Whereby, when ye read, ye may understand my knowledge in the mystery of Christ). Which in other ages was not made known unto the sons of men, as it is now revealed unto his holy apostles and prophets by the Spirit..." (Ephesians 3:3-5)
The picture is a great depiction of the inspired scribe! It was intended to be a visual example of the Apostle Paul during his imprisonment in Rome.  The expression upon his face is but a mere reflection of the fullness he is experiencing in his spirit as he encounters the language of love filling his essence with every good thing which flows out of the mouth of God.  His face reveals that sacred moment of divine intimacy; wherein, the soul of the creature is suddenly filled with the love of God and the essence of his being is apprehended by the Holy (Father, Son, Holy Spirit). At the moment of submission to the sublime, his spirit is suddenly quickened to the reality of the oneness of God, and the revelation of his connectedness inspires him to take pen to parchment to translate the language of love into life-giving words filled with expressions of light.  His spiritual senses are acutely aware of the blessed presence of our gracious Lord - and that which had been hidden from the uncircumcised mind (man's natural intellect), is now revealed to his spirit by the Holy Spirit; thus, he now takes pen to parchment and writes as instructed by our gracious God and Father! Awesome! 

In my new book, Strengthened By Prayer: Interludes of Oneness, I describe the moment of divine intimacy with the eternal God in detail.  I do not expect many Christians to understand because only a few have actually experienced such an encounter with God's holy presence.   It is therefore, my earnest prayer that every person will discover this wealth of fullness which have been laid up - reserved, for those persons whom resolves their heart to surrender their will to the will of our blessed God and eternal Father.    


O' God! our deepest desire is to "know" You, we pray.