See And Discern The Times And Seasons, Says The Lord

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Spirit of Prophecy Bulletin

SMALL STRAWS IN A SOFT WIND by Marsha Burns — Dec. 31, 2009:

Open your eyes. See and discern the times and seasons, says the Lord. You are in a time of renovation and restoration. It is a time of spiritual cleaning, repairing and rebuilding. What you see in the natural realm is a sign of what is transpiring in the spirit realm. I am renewing and restoring you to a new life and vigor. Take heart, and yield to this spiritual stimulation that will invigorate you at the deepest level of your being.

Psalms 135:6 Whatever the LORD pleases He does, in heaven and in earth, in the seas and in all deep places.

One may have awakened to the alarm at 3:11 AM.  One may have headed to the bathroom.  One’s throat may have felt sore and one thought that one was going to have to take cold medication.  One may have been concerned how one would handle the medication on an empty stomach.

One may have prepared oneself for one’s prayer time with Jesus.  One may have logged onto the computer and read the Spirit of Prophecy Bulletin for today.  One grabbed one’s Bible and headed for one’s prayer closet.

One began by singing praises to the Lord.  One may be so excited at how Jesus has been knocking down one and one’s children’s obstacles lately.  One may be overjoyed.  Everything may be falling into place.  One may be truly amazed.

One may have talked with the Lord about things on one’s heart.  Good things.  One may have confessed one’s sins and prayed for the sick.  Somewhere along the way, one may have noticed that one’s throat did not hurt anymore.  It may have been perfectly normal with no pain at all.  Thank you Jesus.  One stood and lifted one’s Bible towards heaven as one may have asked the Lord for today’s scripture.  One may have been led to Isaiah 30.

One may have left one’s prayer closet and prayed for outstanding prayer requests.  Lord Jesus, thank you for answering each prayer request, in Jesus’ name, amen.

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