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A Word Sent Just in time

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October 8, 2020


This was sent to me by a good friend of mine, and it seems to fit well in my devotions for this week. It was taken out of "Hebrews Whispers" written by Brian Simmons and Gretchen Rodriguez.


“Can you feel the breath of wind blowing upon the embers of your faith? I am reviving you so you can believe again. Release the frustration. Relinquish the right to try and understand spiritual matters with your mind. They must be embraced from a much deeper place. They are light and life and truth. They are not confined by earthly measures. Faith is outside the limits of time and space. Faith stands in contrast to natural laws, doctors’ prognoses, and demonic attacks.


"I reward everyone who comes to me in faith, trusting in my promise completed and my presence sealed upon your life. I respond to every movement of faith. Rise now upon this new wind of faith, and you will not be disappointed. Take the steps that I call you to take. Believe, as you hold my promises. Faith is the victory you need, and my promises are the seeds of that victory. Overcome in faith, and you will see with your eyes the kingdom of heaven before you. I am faithful for eternity. I am reviving you.”


There is no God like our God! So let’s rise up to the occasion, and reach out to the wisdom of God to take back what the devil has stolen from us.


Father, I am so glad to hear that the winds of the Spirit are blowing through the Church, the Body of Christ again. Fill us up to overflowing as You revive the Church's faith, and You openly reword us with you enormous gift of love. In Jesus' name, Amen


Blessings on the journey, and remember that the best is yet to come.

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