Sir Godfrey Gregg D.Div
“God is in the midst of her; she shall not be moved: God shall help her, and that right early” (Ps. 46:2-5)
“Shall not be moved”–what an inspiring declaration! Can it be possible that we, who are so easily moved by the things of earth, can arrive at a place where nothing can upset us or disturb our calm? Declared Bishop Adrian (Prince). Yes, it is possible; and the Apostle Paul knew it. When he was on his way to Jerusalem where he foresaw that “bonds and afflictions” awaited him, he could say triumphantly, “But none of these things move me.” Everything in Paul’s life and experience that could be shaken had been shaken, and he no longer counted his life, or any of life’s possessions, dear to him. As we spoke my beloved Bishop Adrian explained his trials at the hands of brethren in the church where he served as a member. And we, if we will but let God have His way with us, may come to the same place, so that neither the fret and tear of little things of life, nor the great and heavy trials, can have the power to move us from the peace that passeth understanding, which is declared to be the portion of those who have learned to rest only on God. Today the brother that was forsaken at the hands of his brethren like with Joseph has risen to the top with room for excelling.
“Him that overcometh will I make a pillar in the temple of my God, and he shall go no more out.” To be as immovable as a pillar in the house of our God, is an end for which one would gladly endure all the shakings that may be necessary to bring us there!
When God is in the midst of a kingdom or city He makes it as firm as Mount Zion, that cannot be removed. When He is in the midst of a soul, though calamities throng about it on all hands, and roar like the billows of the sea, yet there is a constant calm within, such a peace as the world can neither give nor take away. What is it but want of lodging God in the soul, and that in His stead the world is in men’s hearts, that makes them shake like leaves at every blast of danger?
To this date many marvels to the rising star in The Mystical Order and Starlight of Israel. A Prince is born, yes, a Leader in the making and to God be exalted high where all honour dwells.