Who is God and what does he have to say about the world we have created? What does he have to say about the treatment of our most life-filled and vulnerable - our children. What does he say about the religions of the world, and the faithful who reject him at this time of revelation and suffering? And what of the woke and politically correct? Those who feel it is their duty to sit in self-righteous judgment of others? And of the great manifestors of the personal development world, and of the commercially-driven shamans who are leading a global stampede into consciousness - the frayed mind of God - under the banner of healing? And what of his living Word - Jesus? What makes him so? Who is Jesus to life? Our world nears its end. All nations are destroyed. And sovereignty over all life will be restored to its rightful owner - the one body and life to which we all belong. God!
Those included here were recorded during a powerfully revealing trip to Central Australia. They explore themes such as love, freedom, truth, oneness, education and the desperate situation the planet and her children find themselves in. As is the case with the Meditations books that came before ‘When Tears Fall on the Red Dirt’ the teachings here address the question, ‘what do we need to know in the world of today?’ As such they take us beyond what is best for any individual and into a world where the welfare of the planet and all who dwell on her become our sacred priority.
‘Ministry – For the Love of the Planet’ is the second in a series of reflective books sourced in God’s direct Word and revelation. ‘Finally, softness and strength had fully merged into one. My sight was clear and my heart was true. My ministry had formally begun. In the seven days that followed 60 pages of insight from God – or life - flowed through me. There was no rhyme or rhythm to their arrival. No activity, no moment and no peaceful slumber were so sacred or precious it could not be disturbed as revelations of insight and truth demanded my attention. I listened. I felt. And I wrote. What follow is the 60 pages of teachings, unchanged and in the exact order they were revealed. Not diluted, not second-hand and not an interpretation or twisted version of someone else’s wisdom. The truth – plain and simple! This book should be viewed through its place in time – a time when God’s life was collapsing. If the first could be considered a message of hope, this one is told through a more desperate and anguished voice, saying, ‘I will shut down…it can happen.’ From hope, God’s voice had moved to anger and despair.
‘Meditations For Action: Your Full Expression with Love’ provides insight into the contemporary Word and revelation of God. Published in 2017, it is the first in a series of reflective books - the Meditations on Conditional Expression' series - where God began a journey of direct communication with our world. It warns of a world spiralling towards collapse, but carries with it a sense of hope, should we choose to live wth love. Here, the themes of love, sacrifice and revelation - which are inherent to the way of conditional expression - pour from the pages, inspired by the messages God is trying to share with humanity. It should be read from the perspective of its place in time. A time when life was suffering - but there was still time to avoid the collapse it continues to struggle with today. The sense of hope in the message, combined with the reality of life's collapse will make one wonder, what might have been.