Word in Due Season

Some of the most enlightening times you have experienced have come as a result of the trials of fire you have faced. Only then were our eyes opened to discern the wisdom God wanted to impart. If we are truly crucified with Christ and a new creation, we will not suffer disgrace or hurt at the disapproval of mere man for what is man that we should be cognizant of him but a passing breath. All men are like grass and a fading flower. When we shed the temporal skin of this world and see beyond this realm, you will see a God who gives eternal riches, fellowship, conversation that no man can fathom or compose-it’s more than you can ask or imagine. Come and fellowship with me and I will show you great and unsearchable things you do not know! Spend time cultivating our relationship and ponder the things you hear from me.
Psalm robin-3909627__340131:2 But I have stilled and quieted my soul like a weaned child with its mother, like a weaned child is my soul within me. Put your trust in the Lord, now and forevermore.

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One Response to Word in Due Season

  1. Ann O’Connor says:

    Short but good!

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