Pass His Love On
The Narration & YouTube Video by Ann M. Wolf
Description: Soothing words spoken by Ann M. Wolf over a sound-bed of peaceful, cascading melodies bring home to the heart, the precious words of The Shepherd, “Love God, Love Others.” This narration reaches past boundaries of religion, denominations, & culture where we can meet at the intersection of Mercy & Grace, as we reach out to others in compassion.
From the Narration Script:
“For in the end, He tells us, that we will find… that it was never about the buildings, or the ornaments, or the ceremonies, or reverse collars or pride we may have taken in how many verses of Scriptures we have memorized….because all He ever asked us to do with what He gave us in His Mercy and Love, was simply for us to pass it on; because in the end…it will only be about the love we shared…as we stand before the Throne of Mercy…” – Ann M. Wolf
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Note from Ann M. Wolf…
Beloved family in God;
Scripture describes “The Church” as what is being built within us via the presence of Christ we carry in our hearts, something that we can share with everyone, everywhere we go, regardless of denomination, nation, race, or gender.
God Bless you and keep you in His Mercy & Grace as you Pass His Love on.
Chaplain Ann M. Wolf
What others say about “Pass His Love On”
“Oh the TEARS ARE DROPPING….. Precious <3"
“Hi Ann, great piece of work…I love the words”
“Diana wrote: “Thank you Ann, You have a beautiful voice, thanks for sharing this, I will pass it on. We so need to bring the Church out of the buildings. Too, many churches are all about the building. God may I be an instrument of your Church in the world, using my talents to help those in need.”
“Ann, I will be sharing many of your songs and narrations to my FB friends to include my Pastor and a true Prophet, Brian Davis of Atlanta, Ga. All I can say is fantastic and I thank you for being my friend on FB. All I can say is FANTASTIC.”
For what reason have we been given Mercy?
What are we to focus on, now that we walk with Grace?
What are we to do, now that we find ourselves operating within this marvelous process of soul healing and spiritual development?
Well… as we grow as souls, we can gather in places which we set apart in order to encourage one another; we can study Scriptures and learn to seek God’s knowledge & wisdom regarding all aspects of our lives.
And Yes… if it is in our heart to do so, we can adorn those gathering places where we pray and worship; and we can celebrate all the wonderful passages of healing and discovery, and the changes that life brings.
But what has the Shepherd asked us to do? What was important to Him? To answer this question, let’s look at what we find in the Gospels.
Let’s look at the Two Commandments of Jesus?
“Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind. This is the first and great commandment. And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself.” Matthew 22:37-39
But how shall we express this love? What are some of the ways He has asked us to love? Again, we turn to His words…
“Then shall the King say unto them on his right hand, Come, ye blessed of my Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world: For I was an hungred, and ye gave me meat: I was thirsty and ye gave me drink: I was a stranger, and ye took me in: Naked, and ye clothed me: I was sick, and ye visited me: I was in prison, and ye came unto me. Then shall the righteous answer him saying, Lord, when saw we thee an hungred, and fed thee? Or thirsty, and gave thee drink? When saw we thee a stranger, and took thee in? or naked, and clothed thee? Or when saw we thee sick, or in prison and came unto thee? And the King shall answer and say unto them, Verily I say unto you, Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me…” Matthew 25: 34 – 40
Unto Him? How close He must be to us then…even now.
What if… we were to be conscious of His Presence, everywhere we go?
What if… we were to see what He sees in others via His eyes of compassion?
What if… above all these things …before more buildings are built in his Name, before more degrees and diplomas are issued with great titles written upon them, …before all the pomp and circumstance and the busyness of religious life were to swallow up our time & focus…
What if we could consider His priorities when forming our priorities, in everything we do?
After all… Did He ask for more palaces to be built; or did he ask us to live in Mercy?
Did He ask for Grand Institutions & organizations, fan-fare and ceremoniousness?
Or did he ask for us to do what was necessary to just be there for one another, to feed & care for the widows and the orphans and to attend to the necessities of the saints?
So, in the first and last of what we consider and hold precious….
Let us make a place for Him at our table as we share from our overflow with others? Let us see Him, feasting with us…for it is His provision by which we partake.
Let us be a comfort as we are being comforted by Him while we pause to soothe the cries of the lonely, in His Name.
Let us hear with His ears as we as we listen for those who grieve with silent moans… ….for He is the author of lasting peace.
Let us gently place cloth upon His shoulders as we cover those who are feeling the ravages of the elements.
Let us feel His hand of Mercy as we stand for Him in soothing the broken hearted…and offer Hope to those who suffer from despair.
Everywhere we go…and in everything we do…Let us Remember Him….
Let us stand with Him under the trees and hear His Voice in the Wind,
Let us seek his Footsteps in which to place our feet by which we might be led forward; And then let us follow His footsteps into the brave world of forgiveness, and into the essential realm of all that mercy encompasses.
Let us break His bread, and drink from His Cup
And Remember Him in all Ways…and especially in the Ways we Love…
Let us not leave our Lord lonely.
For in the end, He tells us, that we will find… that it was never about the buildings, or the ornaments, or the ceremonies, or reverse collars or pride we may have taken in how many verses of Scriptures we have memorized….
Because All He ever asked us to do with what He Gave us in His Mercy and Love… was simply for us to pass it on…because in the end…it will only be about the love we shared…as we stand before the Throne of Mercy…
May God watch over our hearts and protect our thoughts and lead and guide us in the fulfillment of His Plan for our souls and lives…
As we pass His love on, Now and Forever.
Words & Music by Ann M. Wolf – c 2013 – BMI – All rights reserved.
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