Protect And Preserve What I Have Given You And All That I Have Given You To Do

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Spirit of Prophecy Bulletin

SMALL STRAWS IN A SOFT WIND by Marsha Burns — June 23, 2010:

Beloved, I want you to be aware that the enemy will do his best to use people to intrude into your life to establish a position of illegitimate authority and control. Be on the alert for those who barge into your life’s circumstances uninvited. Make sure that new associations are with people of integrity and that they have no ulterior motives, says the Lord. Protect and preserve what I have given you and all that I have given you to do. Be sensitive to My leading, for I will give you discernment, and I will cause you to maintain security.

Psalms 119:117 Hold me up, and I shall be safe, and I shall observe Your statutes continually.

One may have awakened to the sound of one’s 3:00 AM alarm.  One may have decided to reset the alarm for 3:20 AM.  The second alarm may have gone off.  One may have continued to lie in one’s bed.  One may have thought a few minutes may have passed.  One may have got up and checked the time.  It may have been 3:34 AM and one may have been late for one’s prayer time with Jesus.  Please forgive one Lord Jesus.

One may have logged onto one’s computer and may have read the Spirit of Prophecy Bulletin for today.  One may have been encouraged.  Thank You Jesus!

One may have entered one’s prayer closet at 3:41 AM.  One may have praised the Lord with song, confessed one’s sins, thanked the Lord and prayed for a passage of scripture for today’s blog.

One’s eyes may have fell in the middle of Matthew 15.  Next, one’s eyes may have fixed on Matthew 16.  One may have been torn between the two.  One may love both chapters.  One may believe that Matthew 15 may be today’s blog and one may also recommend Matthew 16.  Thank You Jesus!

One may have logged onto the website to pray for outstanding prayer requests.  Thank You Jesus for answering each prayer request according to Your perfect will, amen.

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