Beloved, yes, I speak a lot. I sing a lot. Of thee I sing.
Yes, most of all, I am silent. I live in the halls of silence. My silence isn’t with My lips pursed, not at all. My silence is an embrace. In Godwriting, We embrace. My silence is love flowing out to you. You are included in My silence. You are not kept outside My silence. You are right here on the hearth of My heart.
At the same time as We embrace, We settle in. Our love doesn’t have to be over the moon, nor do We crave for Our love to be anything but what it already is. Our interweaving of love does not have to display itself as in great emoting. Simple love is present yet not on display.
We are down to business. We commune more than We communicate.
There does not have to be a big to-do about the presence of Our mutual love. We are by no means blasé about it either. Our connecting is a natural event and does not surprise nor overwhelm. We don’t have to have a crashing crescendo of waves announce Our love. We can take Our silent exchange of love as a matter of course. We are not out of Our minds in love. We ask nothing of Our love but to be simply how it happens to be. Godwriting doesn’t have to be a grand scene rocking the pillars. Simple awareness is good. Quiet is good. Quiet doesn’t obscure subtle joy. Subtle joy is good.
In Godwriting, we do not set up whopping requirements. There are no record-breaking requirements. This is in the same way as when you buy a car. You can be quite happy with a car that is not razzle-dazzle.
The arrival of Godwriting has a mind of its own. It doesn’t have to be record-breaking. Godwriting is what I give you. You do not set up requirements. Godwriting doesn’t have to appear as amazing. It doesn’t have to. What comes is what comes. You don’t call the shots. What arrives doesn’t have to be impressive. It may be, yet the Richter Scale rating isn’t your call. It can also happen that a specific Godwriting may not seem like anything at all to you, yet when you read it over again later, you see that more meets the eye than you saw at first glance.
Or the reverse – a line or two that at first dazzles you may no longer. There is no Godwriting that is obliged to be stellar.
Godwriting comes as it comes and isn’t looking for your say-so to be outstanding. It comes as it comes.
I, God, ask nothing of you but to receive what you happen to hear so faintly.
Everyone who Godwrites has his or her own filter. We are glad for this. There is more than one style of Godwriting. So be it. It isn’t for you to shake up what you hear.
Godwriting isn’t meant to be an ego trip.
In the Roman days, a slave rode behind a popular hero who was being cheered by a great throng. The slave’s express purpose was to remind the hailing hero: “Remember you are just a man. Remember you are just a man.”
In terms of Godwriting, remind yourself – even as you are One with Me – that at this moment of time in the world, you are simply a stenographer, and this is all I ask of You and no more. In effect, you are setting the table for Me. Just as you would clear the table for Me, you write down what you hear Me say. You require no more. You act in My Name. Thank you for your service.