The Truth Who Already Possesses You

Neil Vermillion —  February 13, 2018 —  Comments


I have put a strong nature within you. I have put strength within you that you have not yet seen, nor realized. I have given you more strength to overcome challenges and obstacles than you have detected, let alone fully manifested. Know as you encounter these challenges, they are but small, even though they look great. Know as you exercise the strength given you, you will see them fall and crumble, just as the wall of Jericho fell so easily and completely. (1)

Do not look to your own hands, or your own understanding, but look to what I have said, and look to what I have given you. For your strength will not be in flesh and blood, but in my spirit. Your strength will not be what you possess, but your strength will be what possess you. So invert your concept of strength, and understand what I am saying to you this day. For in your weakness I am made strong, and the weakness of God is stronger than man’s strength. (2)

Put on the foolishness I have set before you and embrace each challenge, though distasteful, uncomfortable, and even humiliating at times. Embrace what I have set before you, for it will teach you what you need to learn, but it will also activate what you already have acquired and already possess. As you engage with my heart through your trials and difficulties, you will begin to discover the truth of what I have set before you already. You will discover you do not need to seek and find the answer in order to possess it, but rather you will discover The Answer has already possessed you.

For you are not your own, but you were bought at a price. You do not belong to yourselves any longer, but you belong to me. And as such, you are my prized possession, held in the palm of my hands. While this may be difficult, even offensive, for your natural mind to receive and fully comprehend, know the truth of this reality will manifest and be revealed to you time and time again, especially in the realms and encounters of adversity, challenge, and difficulty. (3)

With this in mind, run to these occasions embracing the difficulty set before you this day. For it will not be what it seems from a distance, but rather it will be a key encounter with my heart, with my spirit, and with the revelation of The Truth who already possesses you. (4)

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(1) Isaiah 52:1, Romans 8:37, 2 Corinthians 4:17-18
(2) Proverbs 3:5-6, Zechariah 4:6, 2 Corinthians 12:9-10, 1 Corinthians 1:25
(3) 1 Corinthians 6:19-20, Hebrews 4:16
(4) John 14:6