Though You Are Tired Do Not Become Weary

Neil Vermillion —  August 26, 2019 —  Comments

This day I am doing a new thing. Even though many of you have heard this type of proclamation before, trust it is still true. There are no limits to realms in which I can take you. There is no obstacle too great for me, no mountain too high, no canyon too wide. Even though your heart is tired and weary do not let yourself become disgruntled, falling into the trap of hopelessness. The delays you experience in this world can weigh heavily upon you, if you permit them to do so. (1)

Alternatives are available for you to choose, but also is the option to remain true to the word I have already spoken, despite the presence of delay or uncertainty. The mysteries, complexities, and paradoxes held within your mind will gradually talk you out of your inheritance if you allow them to do so. The reasonable, rational explanations will convince you to take another path, the path that makes more sense, the path of security, stability, and predictability. (2)

So the new things set before you, the new visions, hopes, possibilities, and yes, even more than you have understanding of right now, will continue open themselves to you as you continue to open yourself to them, and receive them. Their meaning, value, and significance will be revealed continually as you continue to embrace them, rather than rejecting, discarding, or pushing them to the side.

The new things, already set in motion, already launched, and even now being activated, will continue to grow and bear fruit. There are still so many questions before your mind. All these questions will be addressed in due course of time, as the significance of what you already possess begins, and continues, to be revealed. (3)

(1) Isaiah 43:19, Matthew 19:26, Jeremiah 32:17, Galatians 6:9
(2) Ephesians 3:20, Matthew 21:22, Hebrews 11:1, Mark 11:22-24, Hebrews 11:6
(3) Colossians 1:10, John 15:8, John 15:16, Ephesians 2:10

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