Embrace The Message Of My Voice This Day

Neil Vermillion —  October 26, 2017 — Leave a comment

As you continue to listen to my voice, and receive what I am saying, trust I will lead you in the direction you need to go. For I have your best interest in mind. I will lead you to the path of your greatest desires, and greatest fulfillment. I will lead you to the path of success and abundance, even though the path itself may be treacherous, confusing, unpleasant, and difficult along the way (1).

Because of this, do not lean on your own understanding, but in all your ways acknowledge me and I will guide your path. I will guide you where you need to go, and will do so consistently, generously, and faithfully, in spite of your flaws and imperfections, in spite of your reluctance, and in spite of your confusion (2).

My leadership is greater than your reluctance. My leadership is greater than your confusion and misgivings. My leadership is greater than any condition or opposition you could conceive or present, so rest in this assurance, for I will guide you in spite of yourself. And with this knowledge you can be assured I will guide you even in the times you resist me – either willfully, or in your ignorance. For I am committed to you and will never leave you, nor forsake you (3).

So let go of your fears, and embrace the message of my voice this very day, this very moment. For I am speaking from my heart, directly to your heart. And as I continue to whisper in your ear, know I have the best intentions for you, with your best interest in mind, as I guide you and develop you along your path in this world (4).

(1) Psalm 23:3-4 (2) Proverbs 3:5-6 (3) Hebrews 13:5 (4) Philippians 4:6-7, John 14:27, John 10:27

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