God At Eventide – May 4

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The Acceptable Gift

Rest in My Love.  Abide in Me.

Leave all to follow Me — your pride, your self-sufficiency, your fears of what others may think — All.

Have no fear.  Go forth into the unknown with Me, fearful of nothing with so sure a convoy.

Just as a flower, given as an offering to a loved one, so is your tribute of love to Me.

As Mary gave her Love-offering, spikenard very precious, so give to Me your love and understanding.


spike·nard
ˈspīknärd/
noun
noun: spikenard; plural noun: spikenards
  1. 1.
    historical
    a costly perfumed ointment much valued in ancient times.
  2. 2.
    the Himalayan plant of the valerian family that produces the rhizome from which this ointment was prepared.
    • a plant resembling spikenard in fragrance.

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