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The Scribe Described
This scribe did not intend to be, yet was somehow chosen. Destiny played its part, shifting me to we, from I to all. I have always had a great curiosity about God and had studied much on the subject, but my primary focus was my career. Learning about God took on a new twist when God inspired me to write the words heard.
“Hearing” is not how the words actually come, for it is more of a “knowing.” When the mind is quieted, the emptiness is filled with inspired knowledge.
I write as and when instructed, either with pen or keyboard. The vehicle does not matter, but the content is to be kept sacred. Always, I understand that I must keep the sanctity of the gift given. Regardless of my own judgments about the content, I understood that the content is not about or for me. The content is to be presented as received, for the benefit of those seeking to have their questions answered.
I cannot profess to be specially qualified, except that I am able to simply bring the words received to print. My credentials really do not offer credence to the work, except that they are verifiable and do demonstrate the normality of my life. I do hold degrees in accounting and education and have thirty years business experience.
on April 06, 2013 :
Divine Insight is a truly insightful book full of poems.
Aren’t all of us pondering the question “If God watches us… Where is He now that I need Him?” The question gets answered in K.C. Boone’s beautiful poem “Wait”. The lines
“When we try to rush
We are left in disgust
We never find satisfaction
Only disappointing reactions”
And: Aren’t we all waiting for “When God Smiles”. Yes, indeed, all of us want to “Learn to be free”
K.C. Boone has published a beautiful collection of poems, well worth to be read over and over again.
(reviewed the day of purchase)