The Lord told me early in my journey to seeking him first that many people would present themselves who were not sent by him, but rather they are counterfeits to the ones he would truly send me. Yet my heart has a habbit of getting tied into and distracted by counterfeits. An illusion is the best way I know how to describe this. An illusion has an appearance of being real, but it is not. What happens is befoew I before consumed by the illusion God intervenes, but I don’t realize it is him at first, because the illusion slips from my grasp. Why does this happen? This happens because God is protecting me. When God says no, or we try to force something and force something we should take heed… Sometimes our greatest disspointments end up being our best treasures. When my relationship fell apart with my ex-fiance, I was shattered. Everything I built my life on and believed to be true turned out to only be an illusion and I placed my trust in something that was not God’s plan for my life. Actually, he just took what was meant for harm and used it to work his good. Because this is what he does. I still believe in his promises I still look forward to their fulfillment with great expectations. I pray that by God’s grace I will always continue to not only say “not my will but thy will be done” and practice it. Help me always keep my eyes on your mark and limit my distractability. Thank you father. Amen.

Author: sweetgentlespirit

Through life's challenges I have learned that Jesus really is the only one who can truly satisfy. Through his grace I have already achieved so much, and wish to include you all in my journey as I continue to press on towards the mark to which I was called. I hope that you can identify and share in my successes and even my failures. It is also my hope that you will see what a day in the life of a spirit filled believer looks like up close and personal. May you be blessed as I am blessed, and may you share in my anointed grace. God bless you as you read.

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