Your Perspective Is Not My Perspective

Neil Vermillion —  April 28, 2020 —  Comments

In these days you will see the expanse of the years of labor for the seeds you have sown. You will see results and begin to reap the first fruit of your harvest. The fullness has not yet arrived, but the harbinger is knocking at your door. As you remain faithful to heed the call, observe the times and seasons in which you live, you will surely receive the reward due you according to your labor and faithfulness. (1)

There have been years of struggle. There have been seasons of doubt. There have been periods of exhaustion and despair. Nevertheless, you have persevered, and you have remained faithful, though in many ways you have considered yourself a failure. Even still you did not stop, nor give up. You gave and sacrificed what you had, and did the best you possibly could do in the moment.

Understand, I assess things differently than you. I see things differently than you. My perspective is not your perspective, and where you see failure, I see preparation. Where you see despair, I see death to delusions. Where you see exhaustion, I see the realization of the limits of your own strength. Where you see doubt, I see the strengthening of your faith, fortifying the issues of your heart. Where you see struggle, I see growth and strength development. (2)

All these things have worked out toward your good, and will continue to do so, so long as you continue to follow, obey, and not give up. I will redeem all the years that have been lost. I will redeem and restore what has been stolen. I will reward you according to your works, according to your efforts, and according to your faithfulness. (3)

I have seen them all and even more. I have seen the intentions of your heart, the plans you held most dear in your heart of hearts. I have seen the deceptions, and even self-deceptions, set before the eyes of your understanding that have blocked and prevented you from being able to see and understand Truth. I consider all these things, and I make amends, for it is my plan for you to prosper, and to live abundantly in every aspect of the life I have given you. (4)

(1) Galatians 6:9, Luke 16:10, 1 Corinthians 10:13, 1 Corinthians 15:58
(2) Isaiah 55:8-9, Ephesians 1:18, 2 Corinthians 12:10, Hebrews 11:6
(3) Romans 8:28, Acts 5:29, John 14:15, James 1:6, Joel 2:25
(4) Colossians 3:23-24, Hebrews 4:13, Psalm 103:14, 3 John 1:2, Psalm 84:11

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