Child my child. Be joyful in this moment! Something is coming, a glorious story awaits you. In the quietness of this time in your life there is a adventure coming. Be still take rest. I have a great plan my child. Just wait, wait for the adventure! Don’t you know you are bound to someone who is not bound?
Child my child the adventure has began. I delight with you. I rejoice in your joy. Remember this time my child. Let it be a light in your darkest times. Remember how close I am right now. This is how close I will always be. Don’t let feelings define your ways let my love define you
Child my child where are you? Where have you gone? Don’t you know if you go to the darkest place I will be there if you go to the highest of high I will be there to catch you! Stop running my child. Let my peace be enough. Let my love satisfy you. Let it take substance in your life.
Child my child I am here I have not left. I am shouting to you through this dark time. Listen. Be still in the chaos of the world. Know that I have not forsaken you. Know my peace. Know my love.
My heart like stone, weighed down to the deepest depth. Where no happiness could be found, nor could I enter rest. For how can you enter rest in the darkest void? Yet I did.
My heart which could not be lifted, was lifted, and even though my body remained in sorrow, my heart was with joy. When my body was sleepless, my heart rested.
My circumstances remained in the void, but my soul was not found there. It was found in the sun, where light reigned and music sung.
Even though sometimes my soul was dragged back down into the dark abyss, it seemed to know its home was with the light, not the dark.
The light always found my soul, no matter where it turned, it was there. Tis the nature of the sun to seek out the dark and bring light. To conquer the storms of the world, and bring light once more…
Romans 6:23- “For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.”
One day when I was reading the Bible I read “For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.” I have read this verse over and over, but I saw something I never saw before. All I saw before was Sin equals Death and Jesus equals life, but there is more in this verse. “For the Wages of sin is death…” I realized he is saying that you have to work for sin. Death is the Paycheck. When you are sinning you are an employee of sin, and sin pays its employees with spiritual death and sometimes physical death. Something important to note is that sin is paying us, not God. We think that God punishes us out of anger, but rather, He lets sin pay his employees because they earned it. That sounds mean but it is literal. They worked for sin and death is their paycheck. God does not want us to have death, He wants us to have life. He says that “…but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.” God gives salvation to everyone. You don’t earn it, and it is not your paycheck. Rather it is a delivery to every person’s home. God says in Revelation 3:20, “Listen! I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears My voice and opens the door, I will come in to him and have dinner with him, and he with Me.” God is at the door to your heart, and waiting for you to open the door and receive his free gift. He is just like a postal man, bringing a package for you that is free. All you have to do is open the package and receive it.