How to create "flower offerings" to God

 



You probably did not know that God loves and really, needs, flower offerings to be happy and fully content with you. God really loves flower offerings from his children. It will probably cost you 2 to 3 dollars a day to maintain a very pretty "flower offering to God".  A crimp in your budget.  I know.

 

But I do not think that crimp will put you in the poorhouse.  If you know what I mean.

 

And they are so pretty. They make you smile too.

 

These are God's preferences when putting out "Shekinah flower offerings" :

 

 

This is a daily "single rose Shekinah flower offering".  (The candle in front is optional).

The message on the card: Outer envelop says "Shekinah". (Or you my use: God, Dear God, Father, Dear Father, Shekinah, or Queen Shekinah) Not Jesus, that would be silly, unless I am within six feet of you, I would never see it. The most important thing about any kind of offering is the fact of whether or not the card is attached or not.

 

That is the most important thing.

 

 

This is a large "Shekinah Flower Offering". 12 large red roses of love. With lots of babies breath added. A deluxe offering to God. 

A flower offering may be of any size. One rose would be considered "a normal offering".

 

However, an offering to God is in by no means accepted unless it actually is an offering to God. You can not take the tag off and then say they are flowers for your wife. For instance.

What a worthless offering that would be. God is real.


And that would tear God's heart out.

 

The key to a flower offering is if the message is attached. Attached. Offering to God. Unattached. Weeds in a can.

 

Is it an offering to God, or it is not?

It is a simple choice.

Good versus evil.

Who is this offering to?

Can you not say it?

Why?

What is wrong with you?

It is an offering to God.

That is nothing to be embarrassed about.

Answer boldly

 

"That is an offering to God"

 

OK?

 

The key to a flower offering is if the message is attached. Attached. Offering to God. Unattached. Weeds in a can. Can you understand that? God really is right there. And if you want to make God happy. Leave the card attached.

 

 

But that is very hard, to be honest. Is that not rather pathetic? Why is that so hard? An offering to God is now an embarrassment? How low have we really fallen? It is hard to leave the card attached because everyone who comes to your house will see it.

 

Is it too hard for you to say that you are a friend of God?

Then it is too hard for God to say that he is a friend of you.

 

So leave the card attached, please.

 

 

You like mums? So do I. And so does God. This is a Shekinah daily flower offering done in mums. Pretty pretty pretty.

Any pretty flower that you like can be turned into a offering to God.

If it has a note ATTACHED. It is an offering to God. Not attached? Weeds in a can.

You can salvage the note, and any ribbons, and any baby's breath that is still good, and any pretty decorations, and you use them again. This time with fresh flowers added. You can arrange it yourself. It will look as pretty as the store. And then you can pick your own flowers.

 

Your own. Flowers for God.

 


You can obtain very nice rose offerings at grocery stores and even gas stations. If that is the case, simply save the tag from a regular flower shop, and USE IT AGAIN to denote another proper flower offering to God. The attached offering note is the most important part. Without that, they are weeds.

 

So leaving the card on is the hardest part.

In offerings to the Holy Spirit.

The outer envelop says "Shekinah". (Or you my use: God, Dear God, Father, Dear Father, Shekinah, or Queen Shekinah) Not Jesus, that would be silly, unless I am within six feet of you, I would never see it.

 

They cost only 12.95 at most florists. But they last a number of days. Maybe three or four days before they droop. And that is the sign. The sign of when to change them, when they droop.

 

So yes, God needs you to spend a few dollars a day on flowers.

 

Please.

 

 

Is it so hard to thank the very womb that you came out of?  Yes, the womb.  Think of it that way. Probably should do it.

 

 

And if you were kind enough to kiss a rose..

 

That is "kissing the Shekinah".

 

 

That is kissing God.

 

 

 

 

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