My Plans Are for Good and Not for Evil

 

“For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, saith the Lord, thoughts of peace, and not of evil, to give you an expected end,”   Jeremiah 29:11.

“What are the plans that I have for you; are they not for good?

For these plans are to give you hope and a future.  Would you think that I would give you a snake instead of good things for you?

My plans are good for my servants.  For I AM the good Father; I care for my own.

The world may bring good things into your life; you may receive promotions and a raise in salary, but the good things of my kingdom, are everlasting.

For my intention is to cause you to thrive like a tree that is planted by the river.  It never loses its leaf in its season.

For I cause the rain to fall on the just and the unjust.  I cause the rain to come to replenish the earth.  All earthly things are dependent upon the rain that comes down, and yet the rain of my spirit is much more valuable.

While it is wise to store up things for the evil days that are coming, it is much more wise to store-up the treasures of my spirit.

For if you have an abiding love for my Son and His word, then that word, that treasure, will cause your foot to not slip.  You will be guarded against the evil one that comes to destroy.

You will be warned beforehand.  You will thrive in the midst of an evil and corrupt nation.  You will be like a city that is set upon a hill.

While men and women are in fear for the days ahead, the light of my Son’s grace will fall upon you.

My plans are for good and not for evil.”

 

Selah,
~ Stephen Hanson


Prophet Stephen HansonStephen Hanson of In His Truth Ministries came to the LORD is a special way in 1975 and has prophesied regularly since.  In these end-time birthing pangs we are reminded that judgment must first begin with the household of God.  Will we be prepared and ready?

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  1. Thank you Lord Jesus for joy and laughter
    In the midst of seemingly hopeless situation, I saw a child smiling and then laughing :-) what a wonderful moment of relief and thankfulness. Check out the wonderful song “These are the days of Elijah”, Paul Wilbur. When someone takes your hand, whether it is to comfort, or to get comfort, remember to release the wonderful and true gospel. Give, and let give love, we got it for nothing. I see how Noah felt when the dove returned with the freshly plucked leaf. Isaiah 42:9, “See, the former things have come to pass, and new things I now declare; before they spring forth, I tell you of them”. God bless you all comforters and those of you who need comfort. Lucia Ludvigsen

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