.untitled II.

God’s mercies are all different, all inseparable, all
necessary. we are in our way, through every swell of our lungs, to take care for we can slip and fall into a child’s understanding of His compassion.
realize that even the surgeon’s blade, although it severs the union of flesh, is compassionate in it’s cancellation of what ails and that there is a sort of sympathy in the brevity of our flesh although it is a reflection of Him and He is infinite. and, of course, as painful as our free will can be to us at times, it is a much needed lesson in the cruelty we self-inflict for the pure sake of exercising said free will.
soon enough we will be done with this distraction and all will be clear.


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