It is enough to walk into the future based on one sentence and three pictures from the Lord, is it not?
It must be. For now I have spoken what I heard and saw to my family and a few close friends. And it is effecting a change in our family.
We have been given the beginning. It is for God to work out the middle and the ending.
So we wait.
And we walk, as if what I heard and saw–and what my family believes about it–is so.
That’s what we are doing right now. We are walking forth in trust and expectation.
And I shall be vague about it from here until I feel free to fully share it here on the blog. I hope that will not offend or hurt you.
It is merely this…there is a time for everything and the time to share globally is NOT YET.
So we are readying our hearts and minds. We are steadying our steps. We are taking action in places that have laid fallow. And we are trusting that God will show the next step, if indeed what I saw at first was from Him.
I will tell you this: it came out of left field. And it came after I asked a question of Him. I believe He answered.
I believe it wasn’t what I wanted, but rather what He is leading.
Perhaps like my friend, who says God doesn’t speak to her like that, you too question me…and maybe even feel doubtful.
Well, that’s OK. God knows me. He knows my language and speaks to me specifically in the way that I listen to Him. I know when His voice, yes, that still small voice, is speaking to me. And I believe Him.
For now that is enough. I will share more, as I feel free to do so. But in the in between time, will you pray for us? Will you pray specifically that God will make the impossible possible for this next journey? For there are some HUGE GARGANTUAN things that need to happen for this to come to pass. There is not one thing we can do to bring it about without the Lord’s help. And in that, I take complete comfort.
For I know whom I have believed and am persuaded that HE is able to keep that (and this) which I have committed unto Him against that day.
(Again KJV, you know I love it, especially when I feel like speaking boldly and proclaiming.)
I pray that God’s kingdom will come and that His will be done.
I pray that we will all listen to and heed His voice. For in these days, it really matters how we walk–As wise and not as unwise…even if it costs us much. That I speak from my own heart and experience. His will and way is worth it. Every single time.
I leave you with a picture of where we hiked to last week near Buena Vista Colorado–Lost Lake near Cottonwood Pass. At nearly 12,000 feet, my pedometer said we walked about 4 miles. My Chris and Noah hiked up higher at a point on the Continental Divide. The walk back was arduous for me, and boy were my “dogs” (feet) barking as I slept in the tent that night! Whew! Thank God forAdvil!
God Bless you all!