No Secrets

“So Moses did as the Lord commanded him. And the assembly was gathered together at the door of the tabernacle of meeting.” Leviticus 8:4

God wanted everyone to witness Aaron and his sons being consecrated and sanctified for the work they would do.

Lord, thank You for gathering us at the cross, our door to see and understand Your enduring work of love for us. And here’s a simple poem . . .


God doesn’t keep secrets
His word is for all to see
from little children to elders
He moves purposefully
as we come to Jesus
seeking sincerely
new understandings are revealed
ever so patiently.


  1. Deb, It is so wonderful how He has given us His Word and kept no secrets. I pray that more people would sincerely seek Him and understand the truth of Grace that He has revealed. Peace, Linda

  2. Me too, Linda! God bless!

  3. mercies new every morning,
    ever the same,
    yet never the same.

    I’m waiting another week for blog launch because the site looks a mess, and I can’t insert pictures, the words aren’t lining up right, I have no idea what I’m doing…

    I was all stressed
    and nervous
    and unstrung
    and undone

    Then a very wise woman told me, “In God there is no time and faith waits. No hurry. Wait until you can write for an audience of One and in His time, go live.”

    Oh my.

    So I’ll figure out wordpress and finish designing the site. It’s so easy to get stressed when I step out of his timing and chase after my own timetable.

    And it is amazing that we have all this accumulated wisdom, from God, all in one book isn’t it?

    And “gathered at the cross” – like at “the door of the tabernacle” – did not go without notice πŸ™‚

    God Bless Deb

  4. I love what the very wise woman told you! Wonderous words of wisdom . . .thank you for sharing that here too!
    I’m sorry about site set up problems. I can be of no help except to pray for you help! Can anyone out there help Craig??? (Doesn’t hurt to ask, does it? πŸ˜‰ )
    Thank you for gathering at the doorway of His heart too and sharing what you see and understand. We need you . . .but can wait. πŸ™‚
    God bless you!

  5. A thought has crossed my mind and I read your comments about your plans for your blog, and don’t take this the wrong way but – what are you waiting for? Perfection? When you launch, you know it will not be perfect. Nothing we do ever is. But He will still be perfect – the perfect Savior, the One and Only Perfect Son of the Most High. As long as whatever you write shares that truth, the rest is irrelevant. Peace, Linda

  6. Hi Linda,

    yup – that’s me – right on the nose – now you know too much πŸ™‚

    But I do want it to be presentable, and I’m still transforming the way i write, just one more week should do it. Then I can change things on the fly. But a Monday morning first post – it would be far less than perfect – it would be messy. If by Tuesday of next week there is nothing – then I think it’s past the time of prep and into the time of perfectionism and fear.

    Boy, you hit the nail – the “me” side of me, rather than the “not me but reflection of God” side of me would rather research and prep ad infinitum and never begin – maybe so as to NOT have a chance for failure – old voices die hard – but just one more week – pretty please? πŸ™‚ Then you have to come see πŸ™‚

    You too deb

  7. “Seeking sincerely, new understandings are revealed, ever so patiently…”

    Yes, but oftentimes, as we seek those new understandings, we don’t always have the patience for the revelation.

    Then again, I suppose that’s part of seeking Him as well. And here’s a simple poem…

    Lord just let us
    get out of the way
    as we face a new day
    that Your mercy may shine
    so we seek You all the time.

  8. Patience is a hard one for me! I can have a lot of patience in one area, but not across the board, so to speak. ha! Thank you for the simple poem! I am blessed!

  9. Thank you kindly, Deb.

    Today has been full of too many reminders to stop pushing water uphill πŸ™‚

    Even though we know God is not deaf, we will pray the same prayer over and over until He answers. After hopping from Linda’s porch over to yours, I have decided this week I will NOT pray about my own issues but will seek God for those who may be in similar circumstances. The crosses come in different heights and weights but we all have one!

    I say I have consecrated myself for His service. Love serves… I will be love in action this week. Please pray for me that I will allow God to work through His plans instead of constantly running this train offtrack.

    Blessings and thanks again.


  10. Ann, you have accepted a tall order this week. What a servant of His you are! And so we will pray for you, for God to cover and keep you, as you lay down your own needs to care about everyone else.
    God bless you!

  11. Thanks, Deb.

    I am receiving support from my prayer team as well. I’m trusting Him for strength to do this.

    When He forgives, it’s full and complete. I want to learn to forgive like that and help others along the way. πŸ™‚


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