As I speak to your heart listen carefully. For even though you hear my voice you do not always understand in the moment the very details I am expressing and communicating to you. So listen closely with your heart, and do your best to remember it well. Your heart will surprise you just how well it understands and processes what I have for you, in addition to retaining and collecting what I say.
You sell yourself too short many times, presuming because you do not understand it immediately that you never will. You sell yourself too short presuming that because you do not understand it today, no more will be added to you, or given to you, in order to help you process it all. Receive my words by faith, and be slow to discard and reject what you do not understand. As I speak to you, embrace it and allow me to grant you the full revelation, not just the mere adolescence of what it means at the point of its inception in your initial understanding, but the full and mature meaning, and expression of what I am giving you and sharing with you (1).
So with this, sit with me. As I have invited you in the past many times, sit with me. For as you continue to sit with me in fellowship, you will begin to think like I do. You will begin to realize what I have for you and will begin to see what I have for you, particularly that which you did not see, nor realize in the past (2).
Sit with me in my spirit, in my work, in my busyness, and in my word. Sit with me early in the morning, and late into the night. Sit with me when it is convenient for you, and sit with me when it is not. Sit with me when you need me, and sit with me in the times you do not.
For all of these times are good, and useful, and valuable. All of these times will produce good fruit in your life, for my word will not return to me void. As you continue to hear my voice, and receive what I have for you, know it will affect you in immeasurable ways today, but also in years to come (3).
(1) James 1:19, 2 Corinthians 5:7, 1 Corinthians 2:9, Romans 13:11 (2) Hebrews 11:3 (3) Matthew 7:17, Isaiah 55:11, Proverbs 19:20-21