where the writers are


     This expression arrived before me as I was lying on the beach with my sister enjoying the beautiful scenery as well as our awesome conversation (in which she invited Margie and Harold to chime in on). We quickly initiated a discussion about our bus ride from the cruise line to the Island, and the deception that was enthralled in such as short span of time. Margie sensed very quickly that I was a follower of Jesus, and our conversation was on queue. We both found it uplifting and reassuring how all followers of Jesus quickly bare witness of His peace and assurance wherever they gather in this world. “My sheep hear My voice, and I know them, and they follow me.” (John 10:27).    

     I went on to say that no matter where we go in this world ALL ISN’T TRUE. I then quickly grabbed my purse to retrieve my tablet; I looked over at Margie and Harold and said “That’s my blog for next Wednesday.” They looked at me as if they were lost in my own thoughts. My sister said “Oh, she’s a writer, and this is her norm.” Margie and Harold laughed and inquired about my writing. We then shifted the conversation again to the bus ride from the cruise boat to the resort. We all agreed that the bus driver repeatedly tried to place fear in everyone by telling them not to leave the resort at all, because anything seven mile radius was dangerous, and not be alarmed when we arrive to the resort, because there would be lots of policeman there for our safety. I was thinking to myself this is just another tool to employ fear upon the tourist. “For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind.” (1Timothy 1:7).    

     Please get this, we are never to be fearful of any words that are spoken by others, regardless of how true some of it maybe. In all sincerity after the last bus arrived for the day 95% of the policeman disappeared. Furthermore as we walked the resort in the wee-hours of the morning “alone” there weren’t any of those so called safety polices standing around making sure we made it safely from one place to the next. “Whenever I am afraid I will trust you. In God (I will praise His word), In God I have put my trust; I will not fear. What can flesh do to me?” (Psalm 56:3-4).     

     ALL ISN’T TRUE, the bus driver worked for the resort, and he was obligated to place fear upon people so they wouldn’t leave the resort to spend their money elsewhere. I mean really, once this bus driver had spoken these fearful words, where do you think the words went once people accepted them? Of course they didn’t immerse into the air (unless they were denounced) they quickly became an associate of the one that accepted them, even though ALL ISN’T TRUE. “Have I not commanded you? Be strong and of good courage; do not be afraid, nor be dismayed, for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go.” (Joshua 1:9). Let’s digest this slowly, repeat it over and over if need to be. ALL ISN’T TRUE, we have nothing to be afraid of.    

      As we soaked up the sun, and laughed with my sister every time the ocean swayed heavily on her body, slowly bringing her down into its capacity. I thought to myself ALL ISN’T TRUE, because if someone would’ve seen her from a distant, they would’ve thought she was in distress. Willing she was allowing the beautiful and dangerous ocean to control her while she was fearlessly being humored as we were.     

     My friends always remember ALL ISN’T TRUE in the tools of fear and deception for everything that it offers will be entwined with selling an illusion, and sadly Gods creation will always be the target until Jesus returns. The point is we should have one objective when we’re searching for pleasures of this world, and that would be not to fall prey to its fears and deceptions, because ALL ISN’T TRUE!

I’m Susie L Hill blogging to stay free and free others….