18 October 2019

Plenty’s Horn ~ Forbearing


Greetings Dear Reader,

Let me say first that this has nothing to do with bears.  Forbear is a word that we do not often hear outside of Bible reading.  It is, however, a good word.  We have replaced it with tolerance and the difference in meaning is slight enough that they both work.  I prefer forebear because it is associated with our foundational abundance from Plenty’s horn, love.

An exercise I do in my mind when I feel I am becoming impatient is to consider why I have set a limit on my forbearance, tolerance of another.  Some things are intolerable such as violence or harmful aggression.  Most of the things that upset us, however, are a matter of impatience or preference on our part. 

We are taught that the source of our ability to forbear is our love of others.  We are to forebear in love.  We are to live “with all humility and gentleness, with patience, showing tolerance for one another in love.”  Humility, gentleness, and patience are required of us with everyone.  The moment we begin to suggest reasons why we are the exception to this guidance is the moment where we proclaim that our impatience, pride, and harshness are allowable and that love is not the foundation this time.

When based on the love that we receive from the Father, there is no limit to the supply of forbearance we have available for others.  We can copiously apply gentle, humble, patient tolerance to any situation if we choose to do so.  We have a great capacity for this and it can change the world.  The most difficult person or persons in our lives are due our best forbearance in love. 

The truly notable thing about this is that it benefits us more than it does others.  It keeps us from nursing anger and bitterness.  It diminishes our habits of pride and creates gentle behaviors within us.  These become our ways and can become our lifestyle.  The benefit is that we move through difficulties with an air of peace because we are not caught up in the anger that is bred from failing to be tolerant. 

This does not mean that we agree with everything another does Dear Reader.  It means that we respond in love no matter how much we disagree.  It means that we do not expect those who do not follow Christ to act like those who do follow him.  It is why the Father provides love and forbearance in plenty for us.  From the foundation of love, forbearance can flow from us in a way that changes the hearts of others if we only allow it.  I must dwell on this and make it my portion.  I must become the embodiment of copious forbearance in love.  If we walk together in this, Dear Reader, we can create an area of tolerance that does not comprise our faith and gives others dry ground to get their footing in it.

Wishing you joy in the journey,

Aramis Thorn
Mat 13:52 So Jesus said to them, "That is why every writer who has become a disciple of Christ’s rule of the universe is like a homeowner. He liberally hands out new and old things from his great treasure store.”
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17 October 2019

Plenty’s Horn ~ Abundance


Greetings Dear Reader,

The most popular origin story for the cornucopia, Plenty’s horn, is that it was the horn of the goat, Amaltheia who nurtured Zeus as an infant.  The story is that he accidentally broke off one of her horns.  The horn then had the power to provide unending nourishment.  The legends around the horn include Hercules and it became the attribute of several Greek and Roman gods.  In their mythology, the desired a god who could provide for their succor and sustenance.

We often hear that the Father is El Shaddai and it is usually translated as God Almighty.  A more accurate translation is the literal translation of God the many breasted one.  It is related to the Passover phrase, “it is enough” or “it would have been enough.”  From the beginning of creation, the Father has promised that he would be our provider.  We usually associate this with Jehovah-Jireh, Jehovah our provider.  What catches my attention is that long before the Greeks, the Father made it clear that he was a provider and involved the symbol of the goat and the ram in his provision.

The Father wishes for us to trust him for the abundant provision of our needs.  Jesus echoed this when he asked why we give thought to our clothing, food, and shelter when the Father has promised already to provide it.  We, in turn, are to be generous when we see the needs of others.  We are to let the provision of the Father flow through us to evidence his love and provision for everyone.

Instead, we worry about where things will come from and how we make ends meet.  We spend energy and effort on things that are already promised to us.  We withhold generosity and care of others because we fear we will lack what we want or need.  When the Father instructs Malachi on giving, he says this: “Bring the whole tithe into the storehouse, that there may be food in my house. ‘Test me in this,’ says the Lord Almighty, ‘and see if I will not throw open the floodgates of heaven and pour out so much blessing that there will not be room enough to store it.’”

That Father wants to bless us so richly that we do not have enough room to receive it.  This then gives us the freedom to give to others abundantly from our abundance.  Notice, though, that we are required to act first.  We are to give so that the Father can pass the test.  Ponder this, Dear Reader, the God who asks us to do all we do by faith also asks us to put him to a test. 

Plenty’s horn is ready to flow in and through us to the needs of others.  We need only be willing to test the Father by obeying the words of the Son.  We need to believe that El Shaddai is the same today as he was then.  I must live my life receiving from Plenty’s horn so that I can, in turn, give from it.  I am not suggesting a health and wealth approach to faith and following.  I am adopting the belief that “God shall supply all your need ACCORDING to his riches and glory.”  That, Dear Reader, is a great deal of provision.  Feel free to enjoy the abundance with me.  Share with me your stories of how the Father passes the test.

El Shaddai – Michael Card

El Shaddai, El Shaddai,
El-Elyon na Adonia,
Age to age You're still the same,
By the power of the name.

El Shaddai, El Shaddai,
Erkamka na Adonai,
We will praise and lift You high,
El Shaddai.

Through your love and through the ram,
You saved the son of Abraham;
Through the power of your hand,
Turned the sea into dry land.

To the outcast on her knees,
You were the God who really sees,
And by Your might,
You set Your children free.

El Shaddai, El Shaddai,
El-Elyon na Adonia,
Age to age You're still the same,
By the power of the name.

El Shaddai, El Shaddai,
Erkamka na Adonai,
We will praise and lift You high,
El Shaddai.

Through the years You've made it clear,
That the time of Christ was near,
Though the people couldn't see
What Messiah ought to be.

Though Your Word contained the plan,
They just could not understand
Your most awesome work was done
Through the frailty of Your Son.

El Shaddai, El Shaddai,
El-Elyon na Adonai,
Age to age You're still the same,
By the power of the name.

El Shaddai, El Shaddai,
Erkamka na Adonai,
I will praise and lift You high,
El Shaddai.

El Shaddai, El Shaddai,
El-Elyon na Adonai,
Age to age You're still the same,
By the power of the name.

El Shaddai, El Shaddai,
Erkamka na Adonai,
I will praise and lift You high,
El Shaddai.

Wishing you joy in the journey,

Aramis Thorn
Mat 13:52 So Jesus said to them, "That is why every writer who has become a disciple of Christ’s rule of the universe is like a homeowner. He liberally hands out new and old things from his great treasure store.”
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16 October 2019

Plenty’s Horn ~ Stream of Plenty


Greetings Dear Reader,

My Grandfather’s farm obtained its water from a spring that flowed out of the side the mountain that was part of the farm.  A pipe carried the water to the house and there was a tap on the pipe where one could get a drink at any time.  On hot afternoons I would drink long and splash the cold water on my face. 

The water from the spring also flowed through the farm’s old springhouse.  This was used to keep things cool before electricity and refrigeration.  On the hottest days, I would sit in the spring house taking in the cool of the stone and water.  There was a granite shelf that I used as a seat.  It was where butter was kept when the Springhouse was used for preserving food.  I called it the butter bench. Often my Grandfather would join me with a pair of Nehi Grape sodas.  We would sit in the spring house and talk for a bit. 

As a boy, I was fascinated that the spring flowed no matter how dry the weather.  Even during the barren summer when I was seven the stream never ceased to flow with its cool plenty.  Into the granite stone walls that formed that spring house was etched Plenty’s horn.  Sitting there with my Grandfather on an August afternoon was where I learned about it and how it symbolizes the plenty that we have.  He explained that his father had carved it there to remind us to be thankful for the water and the coolness it always provides.

One afternoon when I was angry at my boyhood friend Russel, my Grandfather found me in the spring house brooding.  He sat next to me on the butter bench and passed me a Nehi Grape.  He gently coaxed out of me the reason for my anger with Russel.  Then he pointed to his father’s carving in the wall. 

“One of the things we get to do,” he began, “is to choose to give away the things we can never lose.  We are given the ability to love by God and he is like this stream.  His love can flow through us forever without growing any weaker or diminishing in any way.”

That was the first time I recall someone explaining to me that we can love without any need to believe we will run out of love.  Like Plenty’s horn, we can give our love to others in abundance and never risk having less to give.  Our command to have love as the foundation for all we do proceeds from the provision of the Father for love to be always available to us and through us.

It is our privilege to pass the love of the Father on to others without reservation.  The flow can be constant as that spring.  It can be refreshing, free, and useful in the lives of others.  It can be a refuge and a restful place if we allow it.  The stream comes from the Father and he wishes for us to make it the motivation for all we think, say, and do in life.  That, Dear Reader, is the abundance that we must share with the entire world.  It is what we can give as the foundation for all other things.  It is the basis for all the other things that we have in abundance and is necessary to them all.

Wishing you joy in the journey,

Aramis Thorn
Mat 13:52 So Jesus said to them, "That is why every writer who has become a disciple of Christ’s rule of the universe is like a homeowner. He liberally hands out new and old things from his great treasure store.”
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15 October 2019

Plenty’s Horn ~ Opening Thoughts


Greetings Dear Reader,

“In easy state upon this couch, there sat a jolly Giant, glorious to see; who bore a glowing torch, in shape not unlike Plenty’s horn, and held it up, high up, to shed its light on Scrooge, as he came peeping round the door.  ‘Come in!” exclaimed the Ghost.  ‘Come in! and know me better, man!’” – Charles Dickens

What we call here Plenty’s horn is the cornucopia.  It is that symbol we associate with the harvest, Autumn, and abundance provided this time of year.  Whether you acknowledge that these things come from the Father or not, we must agree that the provision comes from somewhere. 

It is in this that I begin to think this time of year of how we meter things that relate to our treatment of each other.  As my heart turns toward the closing of the year, I long to see the abundance of good things for everyone.  I wish for all of my fellow humans to see the abundance of love and grace that flows from the Father in a constant stream from which we are all free to drink.

As I prepare my heart for the seasons of gratitude and giving, I want to begin to ponder deeply the things that we have in abundance to share with others.  I am not speaking of the material but the intangible.  Like the Vikings did, I wish to pass around the drinking horn from which we can take in our fill of things that help and heal.  We can also, in turn, pour those things out to others without fear of having less for ourselves.

Please, Dear Reader, walk with me as we examine the many things that we have in such deep abundance that we can constantly give them away and never have less to give.  We will also never lack from doing this.  In truth, we will be nourished by the sharing of them.  As always, I treasure your thoughts and questions.

Wishing you joy in the journey,

Aramis Thorn
Mat 13:52 So Jesus said to them, "That is why every writer who has become a disciple of Christ’s rule of the universe is like a homeowner. He liberally hands out new and old things from his great treasure store.”
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14 October 2019

The Right to Change ~ Closing Thoughts


Greetings Dear Reader,

When we choose to change our own lives, we crave motivation and support.  We want others to cheer us on.  If, however, we are determined to change we move forward no matter the opposition. 

It comes this then, for those who do not give others the right to change, we cannot prevent change in those determined to do so.  We can, though, fail to love, honor, and support that change.  We can reveal our own lack of grace and mercy toward others.  We show that we have not forgiven. 

In a world where we are supposed to be known for our love, we cannot evidence love by refusing others the right to change.  Further still, we are actually required to hope that they will.  We need to want the best for everyone.  No matter what has transpired, our obligation is to love and forgiveness.  We must desire that everyone find the love of Christ that leads them to become their better selves.

As I have worked through this, it has been easy to identify areas where I have not given others dry ground on which to stand so that their lives can change.  I must not harbor anything that believes that others will not change.  Dear Reader, we must walk in a certain knowledge that love endures, believes, and hopes in every area.  It is what the Father does for us and what we must do for each other.  Let us then hold out the love that gives others the right to change and dares them to move.

Dare You to Move – Switchfoot

Welcome to the planet
Welcome to existence
Everyone's here
Everyone's here
Everybody's watching you know
Everybody waits for you now
What happens next?
What happens next?

I dare you to move
I dare you to move
I dare you to lift yourself up off the floor
I dare you to move
I dare you to move
Like today never happened
Today never happened before

Welcome to the fallout
Welcome to resistance
The tension is here
The tension is here
Between who you are and who you could be
Between how it is and how it should be
Yeah

I dare you to move
I dare you to move
I dare you to lift yourself up off the floor
I dare you to move
I dare you to move
Like today never happened
Today never happened before

Maybe redemption has stories to tell
Maybe forgiveness is right where you fell
Where can you run to escape from yourself?
Where you gonna go?
Where you gonna go?
Salvation is here

I dare you to move
I dare you to move
I dare you to lift yourself
To lift yourself up off the floor

I dare you to move
I dare you to move
Like today never happened
Today never happened
Today never happened
Today never happened before

Wishing you joy in the journey,

Aramis Thorn
Mat 13:52 So Jesus said to them, "That is why every writer who has become a disciple of Christ’s rule of the universe is like a homeowner. He liberally hands out new and old things from his great treasure store.”
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13 October 2019

The Right to Change ~ A Matter of Will


Greetings Dear Reader,

I ponder often how much of what we do that we would not do is a matter of will.  We choose what we do. Others make their own choices.  One cannot be forced to do anything if one is determined to change.  It comes down to how much of life you are willing to give to make a thing different.

Still, no matter what your past, you have the right and ability to change whatever you will.  When we believe this, we are able to put things into motion to make matters different.  We have to choose though.  We have to act.  We have to move.

If I have that power then so does anyone else.  Where we fail is that we do not create that opportunity for others.  We may try.  The problem is that we put a time limit or boundaries around the trying.  Love demands that we always hope and believe that others can become their better selves.  It says that we must always forgive.  We do not get to proclaim, “He will never change.”

Others changing and our allowing them the freedom to do so is a choice.  It is an act of will.  It is choosing that we will love others and believe that they can change.  We must do so without expectation or demand.  We must show our love and hope.

In the same vein, I must always look for the ways in which I must exercise my right to change.  I do not need anyone’s permission.  I must examine my life each day and look for what must increase or decrease in it.  That is a primary purpose of this writing Dear Reader.  We must choose every day to change for the better.  We must exact our will upon our natures and follow Christ more closely. 

Wishing you joy in the journey,

Aramis Thorn
Mat 13:52 So Jesus said to them, "That is why every writer who has become a disciple of Christ’s rule of the universe is like a homeowner. He liberally hands out new and old things from his great treasure store.”
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12 October 2019

The Twelve Tales of Christmas - Preview Part 6

Greetings Dear Reader,

In part SIX of the preview of The Twelve Tales of Christmas I give you a closer tease of one of the stories.  The promotion below lasts until midnight October 15, 2019.  Please share this if you can.


Dinner With Father

Short Introduction:  On the seventh tale of Christmas, the season gave to me, a son departing home to go to war.  Partings are difficult.  The ones we speak about the least may be when sons part from their fathers.  Odd little things fathers and sons.


My first Christmas book premiers this fall in time for the Christmas season.  I am offering a special promotion for those who PREORDER the book directly from me.  Keep in mind that the orders will be processed in late November or early December.  The promotion will include the following:

A personalized copy of the book The Twelve Tales of Christmas.
A Christmas ornament designed to go with the book (the first in a series that will be issued with each of my Christmas books {Magi, The Christmas Wish, The Man Who Hated Christmas}).
A high-quality pen.
Another surprise Christmas Gift.
Inclusion in my advanced promotions for upcoming books in 2020 (there will be at least 2).

Here is what you need to do to claim your promotional copy of The Twelve Tales of Christmas and all the swag.  Copy this table into an email and send it completed to the following: aramisthorn@aramisthorn.com .

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Your Email Address:_____________________________
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These ornaments will only be available with this first pre-sale of the books.  The total for each package is $19.99 plus shipping (determined based on your zip code.).  Anyone who orders 5 or more books sent to the same address will receive free shipping.

This offer is only good through 10/15/2019 to allow for ordering the right quantity of items to meet your requests.  The first 10 paid orders will receive an additional item from my collection of book promotional supplies. I look forward to hearing from you Dear Reader.  These stories are years in the crafting and I long to share them with you.
 
Wishing you joy in the journey,

Aramis Thorn
Mat 13:52 So Jesus said to them, "That is why every writer who has become a disciple of Christ’s rule of the universe is like a homeowner. He liberally hands out new and old things from his great treasure store.”
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The Right to Change ~ History


Greetings Dear Reader,

We all have a history.  We have all heard the history of others.  I grew up in an era where they taught that Columbus was a great explorer and that he discovered America.  He did demonstrate that the world was not flat.  He also demonstrated that one man can systematically destroy an entire culture. 

We all know that we get history from those in power at the time.  We learn about what happened through the lens of power and politics.  What I think we fail to see is that we do this on a lesser scale as well.  Our opinions on the history of others become our view of them depending on the winds of favor and family.  We see others through the eyes of their past, often denying them a different future.

Perhaps one of the reasons we are required to forgive daily is so that we do not carry another’s failures into a new day.  Perhaps our issues with anger, resentment, and relationships all have tendrils into the current day because we fail to let the past be passed and give it new life.  We allow history to be the determiner of the present and even reach into the future.

We all have reason to hold over hurts and harm that others have visited upon us.  We are, however, commanded to love and forgive every single day.  We are required to leave that which is past where it is and moved forward in kindness, mercy, and grace.  Columbus had been one of my heroes as a boy.  I had to work through my anger at what he had done and allowed to be done.  I had to forgive and realize that all of our resentment at things past serves only to harm today. 

Whether it is global or local, we cannot undo what has been done and we need to allow others the dry ground to change.  We need to let love and grace own the present at every turn.  Love has the power to overcome anything if we allow it.  Allowing may need to be active, intentional.  We have to demonstrate our love toward others by holding nothing against them and allowing them to change. 

No matter how hard we wish it, we cannot undo the past.  We can, however, see that today includes the hope that we and others can change for the better Dear Reader.  Further, there is nothing gained by failing to forgive the dead.  That can only harm us and it will not reach them, for they can no longer change.  Any power they have over us is the power we give them today.  If this is true, perhaps it is time for us to change.

Wishing you joy in the journey,

Aramis Thorn
Mat 13:52 So Jesus said to them, "That is why every writer who has become a disciple of Christ’s rule of the universe is like a homeowner. He liberally hands out new and old things from his great treasure store.”
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11 October 2019

The Right to Change ~ Little Boxes


Greetings Dear Reader,

We have all heard it.  Whether it is “well-meaning” or insipid we have heard others say things like, “oh he is always late.”  Perhaps the phrase was more sinister, “I would not trust her,” or “he starts things but will not finish them.”  Sadly, I have even heard parents say things like this about their own children.

I have already discussed gossip.  This is one of the mental exercises that we employ that is a seed to gossip.  We put people in boxes in our minds.  We categorize them by their faults and predispose others to think the same of them.  We carry an image of them in our minds that is neither kind nor loving.

We do not wish the same for ourselves.  Being judged by the weakness we indulge is not the suit we wish to wear.  We long to be known by things other than our weaknesses yet we see others through that very lens.  Thus, we are guilty of hypocrisy and worse, we violate the command to love others as we would be treated.

It is in this paradox of contradiction that we all find ourselves at times.  It is in this very box that we place others where we do not wish to dwell.  It is, therefore, imperative that we change the lens to that of love, kindness, and grace.  It is our duty to be above the boxes and instead make room for others to rise as well.  Our portion is to love others and see beyond their faults to better things.

An exercise of mine when I find myself putting others in boxes is to ponder good things about the person.  It is all too easy to see only the faults and forget the positive.  I know several who take on an offense over something and any good that preceded it is wiped away as if it never existed.  It is necessary Dear Reader that we see to Christ’s example and follow him in seeing all people equally.  There are no boxes in Christ, only the freedom to become our better selves.  In this, we can give others the love and the right to change.

Wishing you joy in the journey,

Aramis Thorn
Mat 13:52 So Jesus said to them, "That is why every writer who has become a disciple of Christ’s rule of the universe is like a homeowner. He liberally hands out new and old things from his great treasure store.”
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10 October 2019

The Twelve Tales of Christmas Preview - Part 5

Greetings Dear Reader,

In part FIVE of the preview of The Twelve Tales of Christmas I give you a closer tease of one of the stories.  The promotion below lasts until midnight October 15, 2019.  Please share this if you can.



Short Introduction:  On the first tale of Christmas, the season gave to me, a young Son’s innocent inquiry.  When my youngest Son was eight, I read “A Christmas Carol” to him.  He asked the astute question, “Papa, if spirits are forbidden to interfere with people how can Marley talk to Scrooge.  This is my answer.  Odd little things eight-year-old boys.

My first Christmas book premiers this fall in time for the Christmas season.  I am offering a special promotion for those who PREORDER the book directly from me.  Keep in mind that the orders will be processed in late November or early December.  The promotion will include the following:

A personalized copy of the book The Twelve Tales of Christmas.
A Christmas ornament designed to go with the book (the first in a series that will be issued with each of my Christmas books {Magi, The Christmas Wish, The Man Who Hated Christmas}).
A high-quality pen.
Another surprise Christmas Gift.
Inclusion in my advanced promotions for upcoming books in 2020 (there will be at least 2).

Here is what you need to do to claim your promotional copy of The Twelve Tales of Christmas and all the swag.  Copy this table into an email and send it completed to the following: aramisthorn@aramisthorn.com .

Your Name:________________________________________
Your Email Address:_________________________________
Your Mailing Address:________________________________
Quantity Requested:______
Desired Inscription for each book:
1. ____________________________________________
2. ____________________________________________
3._____________________________________________
4._____________________________________________
5._____________________________________________

You will receive an invoice acknowledging your order.  Payment forms may be check, money order, or pay-pal.  Once your invoice is paid your book(s) will be personalized and sent out during late November/Early December.  You may submit requests for multiple books in a single email.  All books will be mailed via USPS and in packaging that does not reveal the contents. 

These ornaments will only be available with this first pre-sale of the books.  The total for each package is $19.99 plus shipping (determined based on your zip code.).  Anyone who orders 5 or more books sent to the same address will receive free shipping.

This offer is only good through 10/15/2019 to allow for ordering the right quantity of items to meet your requests.  The first 10 paid orders will receive an additional item from my collection of book promotional supplies. I look forward to hearing from you Dear Reader.  These stories are years in the crafting and I long to share them with you.
 
Wishing you joy in the journey,

Aramis Thorn
Mat 13:52 So Jesus said to them, "That is why every writer who has become a disciple of Christ’s rule of the universe is like a homeowner. He liberally hands out new and old things from his great treasure store.”
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