Goddess Morning Royals

Last night storm brought me back to my childhood.  It reminded me so much of when my mother or my grandmother depending on which house I was at when the storm hit, telling me to sit in silence while the Lord does his work.

My grandmother use to say when the thunder was at its loudest is when the Lord and the Devil was fighting over Earth and all it’s souls.  When the lightning strikes is when the Lord had to make his strike known that the people of Earth was his and his only.  The rain was the Lord’s cry for not saving all his children from the Devi’s rein.

We had to sit in silence so we will know our fate and if the Lord won our continuous life on this planet.  Nothing could be on no tv, no talking, no lights, no music, and definitely no moving.  Everything had to stop and wait for the results of the battle for life on Earth.  Still to this day I do the same thing and my children think I am weird for it, but they do as they are told and wait to see if they still have life afterwards.

I tell them they know because no harm came to them in this battle for life, just as it was told to me.  The rain always makes me tired and sleepy though.  I usually just go to sleep and wake to the aftermath of the battle.  I know that it is the best time to get some rest and to allow my body to recuperate.  I rejoice in the aftermath for I know that the Lord has victory over my life again.  Thank you Lord for everything.  In the Holy name I pray Amen.

How do you and your family handle the storm?

Sending you all love and kisses.  #GoddessLove

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