Sunday, March 25, 2018

JESUS LETTERS Live Lives That Bring Glory To My Father And Me, Blessed, Fortunate, Well Off, Happy, One On One Talking Relationship With Us, Pool Of Water Goes Stagnate, Stinking, Good For Nothing, Streams Of Life, I Will Wash You With Love And Truth, Feel Our Presence, Refreshed And Strengthened With All Might, Fight The Good Fight

"Water Talks" by Greer
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"Water Talks"  detail by Greer
“Listen please.  I love you.  Hearken to My still small voice, My children.  Believe that I want to show you everything it takes to live lives that bring glory to My Father and Me.  Believe that in order to truly be blessed—fortunate, well off, happy, you will need to enter into a one on One talking relationship with Us. 

If you continue in the vein of using only your minds to decide what would be best for you to do, day by day, you will stagnate, just like a pool of water goes stagnate after a while if there is no flow of fresh water running through it.  It will end up stinking and will become good for nothing. 

"First Snow" detail by Greer
I created you to be fresh water streams of life, My children, but you can choose to go stagnate if you don’t want to spend any time in My presence, where I will wash you with love and truth.  My words are love and truth, My children, because I and My Father are the Spirit of love and truth.  Do not forsake Us.  Do not forsake getting fresh water from Our throne of grace when you come to Us in prayer and get quiet to see if We might want to instruct you or comfort you or let you feel Our presence, so that you will become refreshed and strengthened with all might, in order that you will find courage to fight the good fight of faith and not grow weary before your promises are fulfilled.  It is enough.

Jesus, Lord of all”

Be blessed . . . be love,

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