…and let God

Every soul has a story… a necessary one.  As I learn to listen more deeply and gratefully, it appears we all have a space to fill at a particular point(s) in our lives.  As I listen to the yin and yang of joy and sorrow, gratitude and regret, the story of each soul searching for their identity and home is more than worth the shared bubble of trusted discourse.  I accept without judgment the unfolding of one’s history since, especially for the elderly, it is what it is at this point.  However, I realize it is not luck that a soul finally finds its true identity and waiting home.  The true fruit of one’s successful journey is in the new found freedom offered to all yet not innate to us.  It is in the profound freedom in finally choosing to trust in our True Source; Our God.  Ironically, like finding true love when we willingly give it away, freedom is found when we finally let go.

Let Go

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Let go and fall into Me,
Let go and fall into Me,
Cast your cares upon Me,
Trust and fall into Me

Do you hear the song of mercy,
That calls you to forgiveness?
Accept this gift of charity,
True freedom when you confess,
Come and join my perpetual rest.

Let go and fall into Me,
Let go and fall into Me,
Cast your cares upon Me,
Trust and call unto Me.

Loving you before life begun,
More deeply than you’ll ever know,
Although your sins be like crimson,
I will wash them clean as driven snow,
As mercy reigns and joy overflows.

Come to Me and let Me love you,
I Am all you need –
The One who makes all things new,
For I Am the first love you never knew.

Let go and fall into Me,
Let go and fall into Me,
Cast your cares upon Me,
Trust and call unto Me.

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By Chris Clody 10/7/14

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3 thoughts on “…and let God

  1. AMEN to this, Chris! Just because we are silent, does not mean that we do not read your wonderful writings – still do! Still great supporters and fans! Keep on going on, friend! Blessings, Harry & Stephne

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