St. Patrick’s Day- Celebrated because a saint cared enough to spread, “THE WORD.”- Building ministries and places of worship around IRELAND. TM
St. Patrick’s Day– A reminder of how faith has always played a role in the human experience.
St. Patrick was a messenger, and a medium, wanting to share the joy and peace that his faith brought him, sharing and caring, with all those souls who gave him a chance, by listening to his internal message to design buildings for people to congregate and worship in unity and peace.
Ministries are more than a building, a ministry is a protected space, where people of like-mind can gather and enlighten one another’s beliefs by sharing their incredible discovery and acknowledgement of the grace that God gave us in Ireland and on the entire planet.
St. Patrick listened to his internal message to initiate the building of houses of worship for others to have and to hold time and to gather and pray in an interconnected way to empower each other while we are all learning and sharing by our internal revelation and shared-spoken messages.
St. Patrick was an inspirational English or Scottish missionary to Ireland, he offered Pagans and Christians and many people alike the knowledge, arming people with information and how he processed his faith was one way, that many Pagans realized of the truth of the HOLY One. They made their own decisions to follow and believe in the words in the message that resonated with them the most. Not to be confused with conversion of their faith. Convert is an inappropriate term; a verb wrongly used to describe many saints, as nobody can ever be converted against their own,”FREE WILL.”
One may be physically prohibited from movement, though faith or lack thereof is not a conversion, but a choice and an internal freedom that we are all born with that NOBODY can control. We are all-equipped with the mental acuity to discover, learn, challenge or dismiss any word, directions, instruction, enlightenment or guidance that we do,or do not accept as our own truth as individuals.
GOD bless St. Patrick and all of those others that came before him for challenging popular beliefs and for hosting their own road to guide followers and to serve as a transmuted energy, guilt-free and done in finesse and clarity. HAPPY ST. PATRICK’S DAY; THIS YEAR; AND FOREVER….
THANKS FOR YOUR READERSHIP!
Author: Lorie Ann Jermoune
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