To start a day here is a fiction story written to herald the message of Psalm 1 as the short letter and what happened in the place called Berea (Acts 17). May one creates deep reflection from the message to find comforting path for the soul.
After the storm, while I was sitting alone on a bench not far from my garage, a spirit man came, tall with blond hair and white robes. He smiled and sit near at my side. He was very beautiful.
Of course, I wondered why he suddenly appeared and in my surprise I asked, “Who are you?”
With power as if electricity went out with the lightning flashes, but there’s none I could see, he replied, ” I’m an angel who came from the future to tell you the Lord was happy of what you were doing when He learned you collaborated with the people in Berea ‘who were more open-minded… and gladly listened to’ His message. They searched the scriptures day by day to check up on his ministers’ statements to see if they were really so. As a result, many of them believed, including several prominent women and men.”
I seemed felt comfortable and at peace with the angel man talking to me that gave me great new understanding and joy.
“I command you to tell your brothers and believers, the Lord will always love you all and about this short letter”, he said.
“Remember this Short Letter (Psalm 1) I’m giving you today. Read it now”, he said.
"Blessed is the man who does not walk in the counsel of the wicked or stand in the way of sinners or sit in the seat of mockers.
But his delight is in the law of the Lord, and on his law he meditates day and night.
He is like a tree planted by streams of water, which yields its fruits in season and whose leaf does not wither.
Whatever he does prospers." 🏛️
After a short moment, he parted and I dared to read again the ‘short letter’ from the place where he talked by me in a bright Monday morning.
Sharing this note to everyone, I personally may as well become enlightened in the here and now, and become friend ardently expecting to meet again. 🏛️
** The Book of Acts 17 | The Book of Psalms 1
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