starve any doubt we have, do it

do press view, then ‘tablet’ on / if ya wanna

Mr. Mellow, well; did

not really know what a

mellow mood was till i

was 13; this came out@7…

Maynard wasn’t that ‘funky,’ that we saw

funk, a term so used by NOT SIMILAR musicians, think may be that what THEY do feel

as ‘funky’ isn’t what it was in the early 70,s… each generation,we think, RE-defines what

similar (not ALWAYS similar,) tunes express, from druggie funk, to this here brand of a

mood of complete relaxation. ah… relaxation, hearing Maynard’s take.

6 thoughts on “starve any doubt we have, do it

  1. For whosoever shall do the Will of My Father, he is My brother and sister and Mother.
    You see how everything depends on the
    necessity of doing the Will of My Father. Here is the intimacy of a new relationship.
    The only condition; this is the doing of
    My Father’s Will. Then at once,
    in to the inner
    Family Circle there is admission. The plain way of discipline is the way. Of knowing My Will. That is the very
    first requisite the doing of it.

    My Will,
    for each day can only
    be revealed as each days
    come, and until one revelation
    has been lived out, how can you expect
    to be made aware of the next? Awareness.

    My Will is only achieved
    by obedience
    to that Will as
    it is, was made .

    clear, and when THAT Will has been obeyed
    the veil, hiding My next desire, will be lifted.

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  2. And we have known and believed the love that God hath to us.God is love;
    and he that dwells in love dwells in God, and God in him.
    1 John 4:16

    Lord, bless us and this evening hour, and in Thy Mercy heal us all.

    Do not think that suffering is the only path into My Kingdom. There are sunlit
    glades, and ways amid the loveliest flowers, along which the steps and hearts
    of men are drawn to Me. There are birds and laughter and butterflies, and warm,
    life-giving summer air, and with these as tender companions and friends, your Joy
    into the Kingdom can be taken.

    Bleak, cold, and desolate, brier-beset and stony, are not all the ways. Leave all to Me.
    The choice of ways, the guidance in the Way. But when the sunlight calls accept it gladly.

    Even in the Spirit-World appreciation results from contrary experience. Can the fireside at your
    home be more dear than to the traveler who has forced his way over bleak moor through blinding
    storm? Take to your hearts this word of cheer. “He will not suffer you to be tempted above that you
    are able but will, with the temptation, also find a way of escape that ye may be able to bear it.”

    The world is not the Kingdom. In the world ye shall have tribulation but

    “be of good cheer, I have overcome the world.”

    Live with Me, the Conquering Christ, and the Joy and Peace of conquest shall be yours too.

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