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The LORD Shall NEVER…. Leave or Forsake You! — 11 Comments

  1. Expect God to talk back to you. Don’t imagine that prayer is a one way monologue. In time, you will sense their presence. They love you and can’t wait to see you. In your despair, they will come near and console you. In your victories, they will join you in your victory song. If you get religious and start doing things you think you are supposed to do, then, this choice of yours will distance you from them. Be yourself. Be real, and they will be real with you. You pray in the throne room, but if you’ve just dropped by to talk, then, that’s somewhere else. The throne room is busy tons of angels, loud songs, the 4 creatures crying Holy Holy Holy. This place is a personal place for you and them. It’s not an audience, so you can let your hair down. Expect hugs and laughter and joy just to be in their presence. They are actually fun to be around. There won’t always be heavy, powerful things going on. Even now, they are not worried about the final outcome. Neither should you be either. Difficult times are ahead, but so are wonderful times. I have had many burdens, and I complain too much. They never stop loving me even when I complain. And they won’t stop loving you either.

  2. I always wondered how He can say that we will not be shaken when everything in me has been….but it’s not the “real” me that’s being shaken, but it’s the structures I’ve built in opposition to the Truth of my identity reflected in His Image. He’s just simply washing the glass clean to reflect Him…..from the Center-out.
    Thank you beautiful Deborah, what a blessing you are!!

  3. Thank you sister Deborah, I appreciate you for being a bold servant of our God. Yahweh bless and keep you safe.

  4. Thank you so much Deborah. It’s my birth day today and for the 4th year I will celebrate it without human company but together with my precious Savior.

  5. Thank you Deborah His message is just what I needed. Weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning. Psalm 30:5 Amen

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