Listen, Look and Discern!

It’s All About Jesus!


Spirit of Prophecy Bulletin

SMALL STRAWS IN A SOFT WIND by Marsha Burns — Sept. 11, 2009:

Listen, look, and discern. There are areas in your life where your boundaries have been violated and your authority is being usurped. Be sensitive to these issues and make the necessary adjustments now. You have a window of time and opportunity in which to do this. Otherwise, the problems will only be exacerbated and become more difficult to correct later on. I will open your eyes to see and give you wisdom to accomplish all that I have set you to do, says the Lord.

Isaiah 55:11 So shall My word be that goes forth from My mouth; it shall not return to Me void, but it shall accomplish what I please, and it shall prosper in the thing for which I sent it.

One may have awakened around 2:00 AM.  One may have given one’s grandson cold medicine and something to drink.  One may have prayed for the child to be healed as well, at the onset of these symptoms.  The child may be doing very well as one may write this testimony.  Thank you Jesus!

One may have cleaned the bathroom, showered, confessed one’s sins and then proceeded to the computer.  One may have read the Spirit of Prophecy Bulletin before going into one’s prayer closet.

One may have been determined in one’s worship.  One may have wanted to worship in truth and in Spirit.  The previous days message warned of getting into a religious routine.  One may not want religion, but the Lord and all that He has for one.

One may have sung praises to the Lord with all one’s heart, prayed and spoke in tongues.

One may have been sitting on the commode with the top down.  One may have felt a desire to get lower.  One kept up one’s worship for a little while longer; the feeling may have remained.   One may have asked the Lord, “Do you want me to get on the floor?”  One may have got on one’s hands and knees and prostrated oneself out before the Lord.  One prayed for a while, in this position, to the Lord.

One may have gotten back up and continued to pray in tongues.  The last five minutes one may have tried to get quiet before the Lord; one may have been tired and not up to the challenge.  One may have finished one’s time with the Lord praying in tongues.