Come to Me as you are!


Come to Me as you are, for I already know everything about you, and nothing is hidden from ME, says the LORD.

I will not criticize or condemn you, but I will forgive you and heal all of your wounds, even the self inflicted ones.  I know you.  I created you, and I desire you, says the LORD.

Don’t hesitate to come boldly and quickly into My presence and allow Me to bathe you with My love.  Let My life invade yours!  I will receive you as you come.  Do not allow condemnation to come between us, says the Lord, for I AM calling you to come closer to Me.

I will elevate you in My presence, not put you down.  It is the enemy’s position to belittle you and blame you and cause you to fear rejection from ME.  NOT SO, says the LORD, for My arms are extended toward you to embrace you and lavish My love upon you, says the LORD.

Rush to Me, for I cherish you and love to fellowship with you!  Can you hear My tender call?  My voice is not harsh and I AM wooing you.  Come into the secret place and let Me fully furnish you for every good work in Me, says the LORD.

Nothing is too much for you to ask of ME.  I AM able to do exceedingly abundantly above what you desire and ask, so asked largely and expect My answer to be, “YES!” I will supply all your need.  I will give you your highest heart’s desire.  I will cause your dreams to come true.  I will give you the attention and help that you need and want.

I AM your doting and loving GOD who will not extract anything from you and will not deny you any good thing.  Ask in faith and believe in My divine favor and sufficiency of My grace, now and always, says the LORD.


~ June Sheltrown Reinke

June Sheltrown ReinkeDr. June Sheltrown Reinke is a prophetic pastor, evangelist and teacher.  She has been the senior pastor of Faith Fellowship Ministries in Florida since 1988.  She has ministered in the prophetic to individuals and corporate groups for decades.


Come to Me as you are! — 1 Comment

  1. Thanks, Sis. June,
    I’ve found praying, asking for His “spirit of grace and supplication” to be very effective in creating a fervency, passion in my prayer life.
    I’m trying to get over and past,some “father issues” (an indifferent father whom I’ve never met, and had no interest in meeting me) and continue to press into His Presence.
    It’s not been easy at times.
    Thanks for the encouraging Word.
    Shalom, Robert