Beloved, I Am Separating The Precious From The Vile So That You Can Draw Closer To Me

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Spirit of Prophecy Bulletin

SMALL STRAWS IN A SOFT WIND by Marsha Burns — August 13, 2010:

Beloved, I am separating the precious from the vile so that you can draw closer to Me. This will manifest on all levels of your experience as you are now able to discern what you need to keep and what you need to let go of. This process will result in greater simplicity and focus. Don’t be afraid to remove that which is no longer relevant. I am with you to give wisdom and help you in this time of sorting, says the Lord.

Jeremiah 15:19 Therefore thus says the LORD: “If you return, then I will bring you back; you shall stand before Me; if you take out the precious from the vile, you shall be as My mouth.”

One may have awakened early this morning.  One may have been listening to something that one may have been working on.  One may have decided to put on one’s headphones and may have discovered that they may have been broken by one of one’s grandchildren.

One may have felt angry and discouraged.  One may have thought that a particular child may have done the dastardly deed.  One may have heard the Lord speaking to one concerning one’s accusations and the Lord may have suggested that it could have been a different child.  One may have calmed down after a while.  Thank You Jesus.

One may have heard the sound of the bell from one’s e-mail account at 3:04 AM.  One may have checked for the Spirit Of Prophecy Bulletin.  As one may have read the message for today, one may have been encouraged.  Thank You Jesus!

One may have entered one’s prayer closet at 3:30 AM.  One may have praised the Lord with song, confessed one’s sins, thanked the Lord, prayed briefly for the sick and prayed for a passage of scripture for today’s blog.  One may have been led to Matthew 2.  Thank You Jesus!

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

Later this morning, one of the children may have confessed to breaking the headphones.  It may not have been the child that one may have thought to have broken them.  Thank You Jesus!