Don Nguyen

The New Creation

The Lord makes all things in nature new with His love every morning
He touches your soul which turns beautiful and become receptive to love
If you are open to grace and invite Him in for a sustaining dwelling
Love the Lord and let your life governed by love to be recreated
Love cannot only conquer evil and sin but also the agonizing death
Death of a soul for she can only be resuscitated back to life by love
Love can make a soul becoming a new creature
Love can transform her into the new creation in the eyes of God
To be recognized by the Maker as his own children
The ones He once created by His breath and His love
To resemble Him in love and in enlightened inner soul
Which carries the flame of the divine interiorly unless the flame is extinguished by sins
Soul, allow yourself to be recreated to be a new creation
By loving the Lord your God with all your heart and love all others as your own
To be illuminated, renewed in the Divine grace
You shall no longer be the old anguished decayed figure of a leper
But shall become brilliant illuminating sons and daughters of Father God.

Submitted: Tuesday, November 26, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, November 26, 2013

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