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One Day Our Soul Will Smile

On June 1, 2019, I found myself very comforted during a late-night prayer with a message about love and the confidence that the day will come for each person when their soul will smile.

Jun 6, 2019

It is the destruction of love that has burdened the human race. So many people are disconnected from the source of love that they cannot function properly. Many have resentment against God that they have not been able to find love. Instead, they have found disappointment and bitterness. God is immediately available to all, but many cannot countenance God’s presence because they are angry at the pain they have experienced.

One day, many people may weep when they realize that God has been with them all along. The bitterness of resentment makes a person blind to the source of love and the presence of love. So then, what will heal their pain and resentment?

Only love, poured upon love upon love until each person grows tired of resentment. At that time, love will be there to convince them that they have always been loved with a love that never, ever stopped. Think of how many people look and feel. They are exhausted by their pain. They may know that they were created to feel differently, but they cannot muster the spark that will light the fire of love that will one day burst forth from their soul. They are too tired at the moment.

So, what can we do? Only love will heal each person. It may take many, many years or decades. Some may not be healed until after their physical body has died and they have been in the spirit world for some period of time.

Virgin of the Angels, Adolphe-William Bouguereau, 1881Can we continue to love? Do we have the strength? I think we do, especially if we feel God’s continuous embrace—even if we are just starting to feel it. We might ask how God can continue to love for eons. It is because God loves now, in the present. God is always in the present, burning with a fire of love that can never go out. Yes, God knows that the future exists, but now, today, is here, and in that present God can only love.

Let us join with God in love. Let us embrace God every second. Let us love with God, now, in the present, on and on and on, always in the present. Our strength comes from God’s embrace. Thus, we do have the strength to continue to love. We really do. Let us just turn to God and kiss God and embrace God and then, with God, love those who are close to us and everyone else too.

What is more wonderful and exciting than that? Nothing! God will thank us for joining with God’s love for every person.

The day will come for each person when their soul will smile. It really will.


Painting of “Song of the Angels,” by Adolphe-William Bouguereau, 1881
Height: 213.4 cm (84 ″); Width: 152.4 cm (60 ″)
Public Domain


Peter Falkenberg Brown is passionate about writing, publishing, public speaking and film. He hopes that someday he can live up to his favorite motto: “Expressing God’s kind and compassionate love in all directions, every second of every day, creates an infinitely expanding sphere of heart.”

~ Deus est auctor amoris et decoris. ~

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