As you sit with me, and allow me to speak to you, remember my goodness and my thoughtfulness, for what I have for you will seem unusual at times. It will seem unusual in its initial inception. It will look unusual from a distance. But as you continue to sit with me I will give you more understanding. I will allow you to both observe, as well as understand, details that are significant, and how those details will make a larger impact in the future. Be slow to discard what I am showing you this day, for the context of today may not match the revelation I am showing you for tomorrow. Rest in me, and trust that my goodness and my thoughtfulness are greater than your own capacity to discern and understand in the moment.
For in many ways I am speaking to you about things so far in the future you cannot possibly process them. They are so far out you have not even perceived them, let alone understand them with clarity and accuracy. Be kind with yourself and do not become impatient, for the things I am giving you are beneficial and helpful, even though they may not seem to be in the moment. (1)
Collect what I am sharing with you, and allow me to revive memories. Allow me to take the things of yesterday and illuminate them to you. Allow me to plant seeds for tomorrow so they will be helpful to you in years to come. Do not discard the very thing you need, simply because it is arriving too early for you to appreciate it, or because you cannot recognize its value in this present day.
Trust in all I am saying and doing, for I am working a greater glory yet to be fully revealed. I am helping you along the way, opening up one opportunity after the next for you to know me and engage with me. Remain sensitive and responsive to the whispers of my voice, for I am speaking to you and guiding you directly and deliberately, and doing so with great thoughtfulness and attention to detail. (2)
(1) Ephesians 3:20, 1 Corinthians 2:9, Proverbs 14:29, Psalm 37:7 (2) 2 Corinthians 4:17, Romans 8:18, 1 Kings 19:11-13, Psalm 37:23, Isaiah 30:21, Luke 12:7, Matthew 10:30