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What's so bad about good news?

Discussion in 'Testimonials' started by Follower, Sep 12, 2017.

  1. Not a thing! Nothing at all!

    Several weeks ago the Holy Spirit told me very plainly as I lay on the couch "ALL WILL BE WELL". There are many things we've been praying about and I knew this was covering them all. A fear not.

    About a two weeks ago I got a call from the doctors office telling me the results of my last lab work showed my kidneys were functioning at a "low, level". This tried to unsettle me but:

    Psalms 112:7 (NKJV) He will not be afraid of evil tidings; His heart is steadfast, trusting in the Lord.

    I've worn this scripture to a nub in the past 40 years.

    I was told to drink plenty of liquids and come back on the 8th to draw blood for lab work to check. I started drinking more water and some Cranberry juice which is a kidney friendly liquid. I do not drink any Cokes/carbonated drinks and just a little coffee some tea, mostly water. The clinic called back this morning and reported "everything looks OK"! Am I rejoicing? You better believe it. I was never afraid and am indescribably thankful to Jesus for hearing our prayers...and giving me an answer of peace. All will be well and I praise God for it! He gave me news of His deliverance before I even needed it. I wanted to give Him the glory He so truly deserves.

    I've got a book full of deliverances the Lord has worked just in our family. How much in all the earth? As the Scriptures says the world couldn't contain the books that could be written of his deeds!

    Early this morning way before daylight I stepped outside and was praising God. It was cool and clear and a lone cricket chirped. As I worshipped the Lord He showed me a brief image in the spirit of a flowing river and next to it an extension cord with a plug on the end. He said "just stay plugged in son"! The river was His grace flowing eternally from His throne. Everything that God provides. we stay plugged in by praise and worship.

    By maintaining a right and repentant, thankful true heart before him we never lack the abundant peace that ever flows by us. It can flow right by us but we must be plugged in to receive of it. With his assistance, the Holy Spirit come to me by promise, I desire never to be unplugged again from all He has and and all He is. As brother Paul has written, to know Him and the power of His resurrection. No plug ins but to be hard wired to the flow! Amen
  2. Good reading, brother
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  3. Yes, thank you for sharing this with us @Follower .

    Too many forget that we can't simply watch and admire the river run past as nice as it is to see, but that we MUST 'plug in' as you put it.

    With what you have shared, I trust that all is still well with you,

    Bless you ....><>
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  4. My child, pay attention to what I say. Listen carefully to my words.
    Don't lose sight of them. Let them penetrate deep into your heart,
    for they bring life to those who find them, and healing to their whole body.

    Its Amazing having Thee God as our Father and The Words of Thee God our Father Always there for us!


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