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    DearWife

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    Waiting for Judgement

    Post  DearWife on Thu 31 Jan 2013, 10:02 am

    This is a dream I remembered yesterday. I had it quite some time ago, maybe about 15 years ago or so.

    The dream started with me being in a small white room. In this room with me, there was a kind of radio playing, similar to elevator music.

    It was my time to come out. When I did, I saw two male angels escorting my husband another way. I knew where I was, was a holding area for Judgement.

    And these words just came back to me as I wrote this down:

    "To the remnant speak I, and not the Lord. If any brother have a wife that believeth not, if she be content to dwell with him, let him not put her away. And the woman which hath to her husband an infidel, if he consent to dwell with her, let her not put him away. For the unbelieving husband is sanctified by the wife and the unbelieving wife is sanctified by the husband. Or else were your children unclean: but now are they pure. But and if the unbelieving depart, let him depart. A brother or a sister is not in subjection to such. God hath called us in peace. For how knowest thou o woman, whether thou shalt save that man or no? Other how knowest thou o man whether thou shalt save that woman or no? but even as God hath distributed to every man."


    And now I just remembered another dream. Where I saw a panel of 7 men, and 7 women, and these were all judges. I remember standing in front of them. And this scripture came back to remembrance:

    "How dare one of you having business with another, go to law under the wicked, and not rather under the saints? Do ye not know that the saints shall judge the world? If the world shall be judged by you: are ye not good enough to judge small trifles: know ye not how that we shall judge the angels? How much more may we judge things that pertain to the life? If ye have judgements of worldly matters, take them which are despised in the congregation, and make them judges. This I say to your shame. Is there utterly no wise man among you? What not one at all, that can judge between brother and brother, but one brother goeth to law with another: and that under the unbelievers?"
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    beejean

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    Re: Waiting for Judgement

    Post  beejean on Sat 02 Feb 2013, 10:20 pm

    The reckoning.

    The reckoning oft comes when we expect it least. The little slips of tongue, effacing another's dignity with a bawdy reference, the maligning of the person who fetched the water like Gunga Din did-- all these put on display the common faults of every person called to traipse among the rich, profligate, the financial wizards of wall street. When the reckoning comes we shall wish that we had spent a life praying daily to learn how to forgive the trespasses against us. It's probably worse to despise the insulting strutting peacock, and better to quickly dismiss an impulse to advocate a heavy reckoning for slights of the ill-graced later in life, when just the big incidents count. I ken it'll be important at that time to have the fire of that charity in one's attitudes. Let's change now because conversion changes the understanding of the conduct one should display to all.

    You're right, DearWife, about the dream, as in the dream, you're in a holding area, then it's clear that it was some day when the court was busy with many. The saints are called to a solemn duty and we hope that the mercy shines forth from those who have the grace to judge with charity. Who would want to be remembered for sitting in the congress of Robespierre's guillotine-mad congress? And what was the timing of this judgement?
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    Re: Waiting for Judgement

    Post  DearWife on Tue 05 Feb 2013, 8:22 am

    beejean wrote:The reckoning.

    The reckoning oft comes when we expect it least. The little slips of tongue, effacing another's dignity with a bawdy reference, the maligning of the person who fetched the water like Gunga Din did-- all these put on display the common faults of every person called to traipse among the rich, profligate, the financial wizards of wall street. When the reckoning comes we shall wish that we had spent a life praying daily to learn how to forgive the trespasses against us. It's probably worse to despise the insulting strutting peacock, and better to quickly dismiss an impulse to advocate a heavy reckoning for slights of the ill-graced later in life, when just the big incidents count. I ken it'll be important at that time to have the fire of that charity in one's attitudes. Let's change now because conversion changes the understanding of the conduct one should display to all.

    You're right, DearWife, about the dream, as in the dream, you're in a holding area, then it's clear that it was some day when the court was busy with many. The saints are called to a solemn duty and we hope that the mercy shines forth from those who have the grace to judge with charity. Who would want to be remembered for sitting in the congress of Robespierre's guillotine-mad congress? And what was the timing of this judgement?

    Hi beejean Smile

    I recall of hearing the title of Gunga Din before, yet did not hear it fully till tonight. Thank-you for sharing. Here is a narration of the poem:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BJ4hU_vXfjs







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