“Awake thou that sleepest, and Christ will give thee light (Ephes. 5:14).” Awakening to the Light is a constant theme in the writings of Walter Lanyon, all of which are filled with hope, joy, and the revelation of the Christ in individual experience. We are “the Bright Messenger, the Being of Light, unafraid.”
Walter Lanyon has a gift for connecting with the reader in a powerful, direct way. It Is Wonderful truly conveys the joyful sense of awakening in a way that at times is playful yet never straying from the bedrock of spiritual Truth. We are urged to accept our divine Sonship—here, now—and realize that we are not dependent on any outside source for this revelation.
The reader will surely feel Walter’s uplifting inspiration and joy when he says, “Deep in my soul, I hear the Laughter of God … breaking the human bonds and limitations as a strong yet gentle wind in the forest sweeps aside the strands of cobweb.”
“Blessings, blessings, blessings, so many you cannot count them. Do you hear? Do you hear? Not the cold human words, but the Spirit of that which sets aside every human law, however conceived or made. Blessings that come from the grace of God, pouring into expression into your life in the All-Now, in the All-Presence. Be still outwardly and shout for joy within until it has shattered the walls of your prison.”
It is wonderful.