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there are times where we all need to take a look at ourselves. what we’re up to, where we’re headed, where we had either just been or not so immediate like where you got off the train. and maybe it’s been that immediacy were we found ourselves. where such revelation didn’t take

us be storm, no no, not all sudden like, it’s either a habit of convenience a habit of pleasure. a tendency to get lazy in the conviction department. we could say that we’ve all been there; but it’s a fallacy, we all have not all been there; some obey, @ young age what not to do, spend precious

periods, in truth those moments are all precious. any of us can deal with a formed a personality trait of disobedience. ahh, it’s 8:oo time to get my munch on; till then? 9:03 now where was i? Life seems long to a child, it does not so much to a fifty years old man. BUT

God’s Spirit lives within me, “Be filled with the Spirit.” Ephesians 5:18

God Calling   

May 15 – First the Spiritual
The Spirit of the Lord is upon me,
because he hath sent me to heal 
the broken-hearted, and to preach 
deliverance to the captives, to set
at liberty them that are bruised. 
Luke 4:1

What can I say to you? 
Your heart is torn.  Then
remember “He binds up
the broken hearts.” 

Just feel the tenderness of My Hands as I
bind up your wounds.You are very privileged,
both of you.  I share My plans and secrets with
you and make known to you My Purposes, while
so many have to grope on.Try , rest on these words. 

“Seek ye first the kingdom of God, his righteousness;
and all these things shall be added unto you.” 

Then strive not for them, but untiringly,
for the things of My Kingdom.

It is so strange to you mortals, you would think the
material things first then grow into the knowledge of
Spiritual things. Not so in My Kingdom.  It is spiritual
things first and then material. So to attain the material
redouble your efforts to acquire the Spiritual.

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