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Question:  TaPa, are the poems you have given us the past few weeks original?

TaPa:  I do not know; I draw from a great bank of all-memory.  When memory is empty for one reason or another, there it is store-housed and I picked these at random, therefore, and not knowing even which age they came forth into only that they are impeccable servile unto my cause.

 

A Light In The Window

I have toiled through the years

Amid sorrows and tears

Often falling beside the way.

And struggled with strife and the battles of life

I have struggled along day by day.

But I look now away to an evergreen shore

Where by faith a great light I can see.

And as I move  along, it is with an uplifted song,

for there’s a light in the window for me.

A light in the window that is shining for me,

That’s glory and splendor I can clearly can see

I will follow its gleaming until  that  home I can see

For there’s a light in the window, and it’s shining for me.

TaPa’s 2006 Session “Only Through Eyes of Faith” Page 330-331

 

 

Rose Flower 

When time shall come for my leaving,

And when I bid you adieu,

Don’t spend your money for flowers,

For just one rose will do. For I’ll go to a beautiful garden,

At last when my work is through,

Don’t spend your money for flowers,

When just one rose will do.

For I know there is a land of beautiful flowers,

Where we shall live again when life is o’er,

And where we will while away the endless hours,

On that bright and eternal shore,

And the prettiest beds of roses will be blooming,

By the prettiest streets our eyes shall ever behold,

And the wonderful tree of life for each is waiting,

Down avenues that are paved with purest gold.

 

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And still will I sing you

A song of a distant shore

Where roses never fade

Where the day consumes the night

Where the harvest the places blight

Over yonder when you lay

Your burdens down

Heavens bells will sweetly chime

In that fair and sunny clime

Over yonder when you lay your burdens down.

TaPa 01/28/72 

ROSE OF SHARON THE BEAUTIFUL

Alone.

Alone in the garden He went to pray.

Talking to His dear Father

Meek and humble that day.

He prayed, “Thy will be done, Father.

Let this cup pass from me.”

Alone.

Alone in the garden Jesus went to pray.

Kings wear robes of gold and velvet,

And yet their glory fades away.

But the King of Kings in heaven

Wore a homespun robe that day.

Soldiers gambled for His garment

As the sun turned dark o’erhead above.

And yet the ones who crucified Him

Were forgiven by His love.

Lo, in the grave He lay, Jesus our Savior.

And on the coming day, Oh, Jesus, my LORD.

Then up from the grave He arose

With a mighty triumph over foes.

He arose in victory o’er the dark domain,

And He lives forever in our hearts to reign.

He arose.

TaPa APRIL 7, 2012 

TaPa Poem

The mists of sun and negativity may rise

 And stand as a wall before my eyes

 But I know One that is a friend

 And watches day and night

And I go forth to be near this One in prayer

 And he knows and hears each cry and each care

 And beyond the veil it is always shining and bright

 And as I walk straight I know my path is right.

TaPa February 25, 1972 

THE GUIDING LIGHT

There is a light in the window

That is shining for me.

And its beauty and splendor

I can clearly see.

I will follow its gleaming

‘til my home I shall see.

Yes, there is a light in the window,

And it’s shining for me.

I desire the light from the lighthouse

 to shine on each of you, beloved.

Let us find the culmination of which is

the light of the world,

that we might exist in that supernal state

 of happiness and illumination.

TaPa September 7, 2013 

THE DISCIPLE’S FIRST STEPS

If we would but walk with the LORD

In the light of His love

What a glory then He sheds on our way.

While we do His good will

He abides with us still

And with all who will trust and obey.

Trust and obey, for there’s no other way

 that we will find that peace and happiness

 but to trust and obey.

TaPa October 19, 2013 

                        THE LIGHT THAT GUIDES 

His grace and goodness is a part of the Plan, a primary and very important aspect of which is our resolve to be reflective of same, saying …

I am resolved no longer to wander,

Charmed by the world’s delight,

For things that are higher, things that are nobler,

These have allured my sight.

And I will hasten, hasten to Him,

Hasten so glad and free,

For He is the highest and the noblest,

And I will come to Thee.

Everything that is beyond our

comparative reach  is still safe,

and in time with His grace,

we shall reach it.

TaPa October 26, 2013 

SPIRITUAL FULFILLMENT 

I heard about a man one day,

Who wasted not his time away,

But he prayed to the Father

Every morning, noon and night.

He cared not for the things of Baal,

But knew that his God would never fail.

Oh, Daniel, prayed

Every morning, noon and night.

For he served the living God

While here upon the earth he trod.

And he prayed to the Father

Every morning, noon and night.

With patience, faith and prayer,

 the door opens.

TaPa June 22, 2013

THE LAST MILE OF THE WAY 

How many have said, “If ever I come into contact

with that that is my teacher, if ever I hear One that instills

within me the confidence necessary,

I will work and I will pray.”

Having prayed long for this,

 it is beneficial that we acknowledge

its presentation before you now, for …

We know not what tomorrow hides

Of good or ill, storm or shine.

We only know His dear hand guides

And He will be our Father still.

TaPa JULY 7, 2012

            THE PROMISES FULFILLED 

Death is but an angel sent down from above

To gather the buds and the flowers that we love.

Truly ‘tis so, for in heaven’s own way

Each soul is a flower in the Master’s bouquet.

TaPa JULY 14, 2012 

            THE BLESSED LAND OF PERFECT DAY 

On His promise I am relying,

All my needs He is supplying.

He’ll be there when I am dying.

Oh, what a precious friend is He.

He’ll go with me

Through the garden.

He’ll go with me

All the way, every day

Savior, help me

To have faith in Thee.

Oh, what a precious friend is He.

For when we advance it is in journey …

We are on a journey to a better country

Shining out across the way.

‘Tis a land of gladness

Wherein there is no sadness.

Blessed land of perfect day.

Lead me all the way

Across the angry seas of life.

Shield me and protect me

From the angry winds of strife.

Allow me to hold Thy hand

Along the lone and rugged way

Until I come at last

To the blessed land of perfect day.

 TaPa JULY 28, 2012 

AT THE CROSSING 

Kings wear robes of gold and velvet,

But soon their glory fades away.

And yet the King of Kings in His glory

Wore a homespun robe that day.

Soldiers gambled for His garments

While the sun turned dark o’erhead and above.

And yet the ones who crucified Him

Were forgiven by His love.

TaPa JANUARY 18, 2014 

LISTEN FOR HIS CALL 

For there is a name I love to hear.

I love to sing its worth.

It sounds like music on my ear,

The sweetest name of earth.

And when we call upon that name,

the fire shall fall upon our altar.

And we will see the perfect joy and peace

 in complete accord and understanding.

MARCH 1, 2014

THE END TIME

Hand in hand we walk each day,

Then hand in hand along the way.

And walking thus we cannot stray.

Hand in hand with Him.

To consider ourselves safe and unmovable

 and far above the conflicts

 that will come on lesser levels,

we must establish a link and a companionship

 with that that is the Creator, the author of all,

the divine architect, the Father and the Son

 with that Holy Spirit that moves

 as a living being around us and in us.

TaPa MARCH 29, 2014

TaPa Poem

The mists of sun and negativity may rise

And stand as a wall before my eyes 

But I know One that is a Friend

And watches day and night

And I go forth to be near this One in prayer

And he knows and hears each cry and each care

And beyond the veil it is always shining and bright

And as I walk straight I know my path is right
TaPa

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Portrait of TaPa

This painting is a portrait of Timothy Smith, Young trance-medium, with Spirit entity, TaPa, as the large transparent figure beside him. Instructions for the painting were given by him to the artist, Patti Hansen, through the voice-channel of the medium in trance. Timothy and Patti were told they had both been his children in the Egyptian incarnation.

The Library of Alexandria was Ptolemy’s pride. This, the learning center of the ancient world, is shown under construction in the background with a standing symbolic witness figure.

It took approximately one year to receive directions and to complete the picture. TaPa’s face was painted in a unique three-day period (during the full moon because additional psychic energy was available). The features of the model appeared to change and the artist painted steadily the impressions she was receiving, also seen by other observers in the room.

The crown on the floor is the Egyptian war bonnet, never worn by Ptolemy II, who did not lead his men to war. He holds the flail and crook, symbols of a Pharaoh. At the bottom left of the painting is the Greek letter, Alpha, on the bottom right, Omega.

Many have said that healing vibrations are felt when sitting near this unusual picture.

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