The Beauty of My Simplicity

Neil Vermillion —  July 20, 2015 —  Comments


Today I am bringing you back to the beginning, bringing a reminder how it was when we first started. Do you remember how simple it was? Do you recall the beauty of the simplicity? And now, remember this simplicity, recall the beauty of it all, and hold this memory before you. For today I am reviving that simplicity and confirming the beauty of the simplicity of my plans for you.

For there is much still before you unrevealed. There is still much you do not yet know. For no eye has seen, no ear has heard, and no mind has conceived what I have in store for you my Loved Ones. So trust in the simplicity and allow yourself the luxury of embracing it as it was given you. Do not fall into the pit of over-thinking it. Do not look for hidden meanings that are not there. Do not complicate that which is simple in its origin. Do not stress, worry, and strive to make my plans happen, or to unlock doors I have locked.

If you will seek me, all these things will be revealed to you in good time. It is my heart to reveal. It is my plan to reveal to you so you will not walk in confusion, but walk in understanding. But this understanding will not come through your own efforts, through the strength and power of your mind, or your own ability to reason and figure things out. So while I give you mysteries, allow them to remain mysteries until I reveal its meaning to you. Allow yourself the luxury of receiving it as I have given it to you, and do not add to it, or take away from it.

There is a beauty in the simplicity in which I have given you things, so allow yourself to luxury of remaining simple. As your shepherd I will make sure you get all you need. So you can rest, and fret not, for I will show you the way. I will make sure you arrive where you need to go, at the time you need to arrive. So do not over-think, over-analyze, over-symbolize what I show to you, but simply receive and embrace it. Embrace it in its simplicity, the way you did when you first started.

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