The LORD is saying: “Look at the condition of YOU.
The world is messy and chaotic and has some growing to do. But how about you?”
Jesus wants you to take a hard look in the mirror. Take a self assessment.
How can God have victory in your life — if you’re not willing to change?
Think about what person, hobby, or interest needs to be removed from your life so you can live your best life, and consider what good things in your life can be improved on.
Jesus is calling you to become the best version of you.
This takes dedication and growth.
The Bible instructs us to grow in Christ.
In 2 Peter 3:18, it says
“….but grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. To Him be the glory both now and forever”.
As you grow in Christ, you will become more loving, kind, sweet, hopeful, joyful, peaceful, and victorious.
Remember, Jesus is not done with you and He will never give up on you. He won’t quit. Every day Jesus will speak to you. Everyday Jesus will send His angels to you and every night Jesus will speak to your spirit.
He will sing praises over you and shower you with love. He will do all He can to be with you and to develop you.
Let today be the day you pray and ask Jesus for more of Him and for more growth in your life. Ask Jesus to be your mentor and teacher.
Be bold and ask Him that someday your growth will cause you to be unrecognizable to those around you, because you act way more like Him than ever before. And pray those people will see Jesus so clearly when they see your growth.
Note, everyone who wants to see growth in their lives from God will receive it.
Jesus will always honor prayers to become more like Him. He will provide you with greater blessings for you as you desire good and godly things.
The Holy Spirit says: “Listen My People, for this is an important message. This is not a message about what is to come in the world, but what is to come in your lives.
Growth is a time of blessing, for you are putting off the old and putting on the new.
This brings refreshment, hope, joy, and a peace of mind for you are able to be closer to Me and My presence.
Remember, sin separates you and Me, but you seeking Me, brings us together.
Growth is happening in those who seek Me. Growth is what causes more happiness and less tears.
Good things happen to those who make Me, LORD and King. Now come to Me and repent.
Be with Me and seek growth as I will give you the courage and guidance to become all that I created you to be.”
~ Travis Coffey
Travis Coffey was called by Christ to be a prophet. His desire is to help people get informed about who Jesus is, and what is He is doing during these end times.