I calm myself, receive your peace, then close you come to me I think back on my journey and a golden memory A time when all things seemed to be just as they ought to be I rehearse the feelings and the thoughts and suddenly I see
You were there beside me though I’d yet to bond with you I didn’t know you loved me, I held back what you were due Now glued in joyful love we are and lightning fast the cue We think brilliantly together so Christ’s life comes shining through
Our good-memories might just be God-memories if we take the time to remember, rehearse them, re-live them and share them verbally with a few friends. We, and they, may come to see and hear from God in the present, very transformational things we overlooked when these events happened in our past. Since we all long to be known and to know a few others on a deeper level, such story telling can become a living library and a vital curriculum for our experience of koinonia (fellowship) in Christ.
“We proclaim to you what we have seen and heard, so that you also may have fellowship with us. And our fellowship is with the Father and with his Son, Jesus Christ. We write this to make our joy complete.”