Father of us in the heavens, let be sanctified the name of You. Let come the kingdom of You; let be done the will of You, as in Heaven, also on the earth. The bread of us daily, give to us today, and forgive us the debts of us, as also we forgive the debtors of us. And not lead us into temptation, but deliver us from evil; because of You is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory to the ages. In [On] the Name[sake] of God's CHRIST, Jesus - the HIGH PRIEST OF MELCHIZEDEK FOREEVER AND EVER, ([Amen.]) I A-MAN.
And Melchizedek king of Salem brought out bread and wine; and he was a priest to the God most high (GENESIS 14:18 (ILB)).
Greetings in the name of Our LORD and Sovereign (Our [God] Father who is in heaven, for Hallowed is HIS NAME.) through HIS Son (my Lord), Jesus - HIS CHRIST, and on HIS ACCOUNT I bid Each One, and All of You, that "Blessings attend Each One, and All of You, that the King of kings; being the HIGH PRIEST OF MELCHIZEDEK - FOREEVER AND EVER and the PRINCE OF PEACE, give Each One, and All of You, that PEACE which passes all mortal understanding (and wisdom) and when Each One [of All of You] has finished Their course (being of memorable, full, and rich days) before the LORD on earth may the KING OF GLORY welcome Each One, as They arrive, to HIS GLORIOUS KINGDOM in the name of HIS Son - Jesus; the High Priest of Melchizedek, [Amen.] I A-MAN.
There were two men. Both men had extended their arms outward one day with hands open. In the sky appeared two birds. The birds descended, one bird to each man, as one bird lighted upon one each man's hand. Both men cherished the moment of such an event as it brought both men joy. After a time with the men (during their joy of such an event) one of the birds, in its nature, went to prepare for flight and one the man began to grasp the bird for a bit more time of the precious moment. During this time, also, the other man's tender moment of the bird in the hand began for flight, without hesitation the man gave a slight-lift to the hand to assist the bird to take flight - the bird did so and flew about him and the other man. The other man began to tighten his grip and the bird began to struggle - the man (cherishing the bird in his hand) still desired more joyful time with the bird and thinking if he could only hold this bird he would have more of the moment than the other man who had just let the bird go as he thought the moment extremely rare. The other man, meanwhile, was watching the bird, that left his hand, in flight about him - with a slight smile and a tear of immense joy pooling in his eyes (in which reflected
his brief cherished moment with the bird in hand), he truly loved the moment of such an event. The other man now seen the tear (which he perceived as sorrow of the bird lost to the other man) of the other man and began holding tightly the struggling bird in his hand. The man began to notice that the bird was no longer hardly struggling and to him it seemed the bird was becoming accustomed (domesticated) to his grasp. The other man seen that the bird he had not restrained was staying about him and the other man holding still the bird so he once again extended his hand and the bird once again took light upon it. The man was very pleased with such a return and the bird seemed at rest with him in his open hand. This man now looked over to the other man now holding a non-struggling bird in his clutched hand while stroking its head. The man holding on tightly had observed the actions of the other man and decided this is what I should do (let the bird take flight instead of holding on to it) as he seen the immense joy in the other man from such a return. The man then opened his hand and the bird was still. In his grasp the bird had perished and caused great sorrow for the man.
God Bless Us All, Each and Everyone, in YOUR WILL with Merciful and with Everlasting, Hallelujah - He is risen and sits on the Heavens Mercy Seat!, Lovingkindness Through YOUR CHRIST; Jesus, the King of Glory. [Amen.] I A-MAN.