Downriver’s Home

17 Jan

There is a river of God that runs through our souls and carries us towards the throne. If we don’t paddle we will end up at God’s house.

Kris Vallotton

The Supernatural Ways of Royalty, Destiny Image, 2009, 69

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3 Responses to “Downriver’s Home”

  1. Peter Wilson January 17, 2012 at 3:11 am #

    Now that’s a quote to meditate on!

  2. febe kuey January 19, 2012 at 11:18 am #

    hmm…it’s a great visual and sounds poetic, but what of the visual from Rev. 22.1? The river is proceeding from the throne of God, which is in us the New Jerusalem? I don’t know the context of Kris’ quote, but can’t help but ask ;-). Are we not God’s house? or is he saying we are and we shouldn’t fight or work for it since we are it?

    • Paul Ellis January 19, 2012 at 11:41 am #

      Yeah, I know, and the river’s going in the wrong direction too. I just like the idea of effortlessly arriving at where God wants us to be. So many think of Christianity as walking a tight-rope. Be careful, they say. So the way is narrow, but Christ’s love constrains me. The Spirit inside is like a gyro – it makes me want to fall into an upright position. I have to make an effort now to sin and act contrary to my nature. Before Christ it was easy; now I don’t want to do it. I want to please Him.

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