Shambala


Galatians 5:22-23(KJV)

22 But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, longsuffering, gentleness, goodness, faith,

23 Meekness, temperance: against such there is no law.

God has created all things. The words to this song were given through the Holy Spirit to Whomever the author happens to be. It's the same Spirit that gave me the word Shambala and who wanted me to give you the words to this song. You see God is a happy God. He knows how things are going to go even before they happen. He loves music of all kinds. He wants joy, kindness, and unity for all mankind. I truly believe we are on this road and it is closer than you think.

The rain refers to the Glory of the Lord. We want the Glory of the Lord to fall all over this earth! Pray for Rain! One touch of his Glory will change your life forever!

I looked up some information on Shambala and this is some of what I found: The song is about the mythical kingdom of shambala, said to be hidden somewhere within or beyond the peaks of the Himalayas. The lyrics refer to a situation where kindness and cooperation are universal, joy and good fortune abound, and psychological burdens are lifted.

While the lyrics include the refrain "in the halls of Shambala", much of the song actually refers to "the road to Shambala", perhaps alluding to the idea of Shambala not as a physical place but as a metaphor for the spiritual path one might follow.

Well Yes, it is a Kingdom, but it's not mythical and I do not believe it is only found in the Himalayas. I believe this is what our Kingdom is suppose to Look like. We pray ON EARTH AS IT IS IN HEAVEN. The fruit of the spirit tells us what the Kingdom should be full of: love, joy, peace, longsuffering, gentleness, goodness, faith, meekness, temperance.

Can You Imagine

Wash away my troubles, wash away my pain

With the rain in Shambala

Wash away my sorrow, wash away my shame

With the rain in Shambala

Everyone is lucky, everyone is kind

On the road to Shambala

Everyone is happy, everyone is so kind

On the road to Shambala

How does your light shine, in the halls of Shambala

How does your light shine, in the halls of Shambala

I can tell my sister by the flowers in her eyes On the road to Shambala

I can tell my brother by the flowers in his eyes On the road to Shambala

How does your light shine, in the halls of Shambala

So how does YOUR LIGHT SHINE in the Halls of this Kingdom? Right Here on Earth? Are your eyes full of the fruit of the spirit?

Pray for The Glory to fill your heart, your family, your house, your community, your nation.

God Bless


Watch and listen to Shambala video by Three Dog Night

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