The Importance Of Flexibility

Neil Vermillion —  November 16, 2017 — Leave a comment

And this day I have awakened deeper desires within you, and have illuminated not only their origin, but also their application. So be kind with yourself as you continue to uncover and explore realms of understanding, for there is a progressive nature to the application of the vision, desires, and even the call upon your life. For as you change, so will the application of your response to the call upon your life. And as you mature, learn, and grow, so also will the nature of your capacity to respond to the call upon your life (1).

So be patient as I continue to inspire you to move in new directions, to explore different ideas, and to engage in different practices and encounters. Remain flexible in your approach and in your interpretation of what I have shown you and said to you. For you will find new layers of understanding will be revealed as you continue to grow and mature. In the development of what I have set within you, and set before you, you will find there is complexity and subtlety not fully perceived, nor appreciated in its initial encounter. And with this you will find there are details and factors that need to be addressed and attended to that were not apparent in the initial inception.

As you grow, understand so also will your interpretation of how to respond to what I am saying for you. For the gifts and calls upon your life are irrevocable, but your understanding and response to them is not. So remain flexible and fluid in receiving what I am saying, for in this you will allow me to guide you and direct you to what is helpful and needed in this day and season, as well as all that is yet to come (2).

(1) Ephesians 4:2, 1 Corinthians 13:11 (2) Romans 11:29, Acts 16:6, 2 Timothy 4:8

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