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I looked to heaven And saw an endless sea of Pyramids, with God’s Eye shining above. Among them flew angels and Powers pulsed throughout.
Grief and heartache wracks Your chest, deepest tensions are Loosed, new light enters.
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Lord, I am your servant. I pray that all I receive today would be friendly, encouraging, and would help me to be better. I pray
In the beginning, Lord Yehashuah, you moved Among the waters To establish the Firmament and divide the Heaven and the earth. In this time of