Those Who Love Me

Those who love me

Dear Wisdom,

Please help us to appreciate the wisdom of Psalm 91:14

“Those who love me, I will deliver; I will protect those who know my name”.

“ Deliver” from or to what? “ Protect” as and how? What is meant by “ know my name”, since God has been called many names?  Thank YOU!

Care to comment, Wisdom?


This is referring to the soul. Souls mature in understanding.

*Those that want to draw closer to God need to raise their vibration.

When one wants to build a beautiful vase,  they first start with molding clay. Excess material is removed. Designs can be carved into the bowl after the shape is formed.

God delivers the body for the soul. The soul then works with the human. The soul does not interfere with the human’s free will. It needs the human to help raise its vibration range.

God does not force a relationship on the human.

*But when a human asked to get closer to God, their life may undergo a change.

Like the clay that is to be turned into a vase for use, it needs to be fired in a kiln. The machine needs to get hotter then a kitchen stove. The clay is being strengthened by the heat. Once it has cooled down, the pottery is brushed off and ready for glazes to be added. Once again it is fired until finished. The human judges self, rating their body’s appearance. This has no value in regards to the souls vibration. God protects the soul.

The human that calls for God is wanting something more than the self. God is there. The answer might not be what the human wanted, but it is perfect to help raise the vibration for the soul.

Some vases get more firing because of their size. More mature souls are striving for higher vibration range. What is human time compared to eternities time?

*The human can mourn or celebrate the opportunity to grow spiritually. It is one’s free will to decide which path to take. 

            Thank you so much, Wisdom, in peace.

            You are welcome, little temperature gauge.

A temperature gauge is used when turning on a kiln. Once it reaches the proper temperature, it needs to be constant. It doesn’t do spurts of heat then cools down.

Likewise in healing, it is better to be more constant than overdoing certain movements.

The Japanese have a word for this: Kaizen, constant improvement in small degrees. You cannot eat all the fruit on an apple tree at once, but you can accomplish the feat, one apple at a time.