All Things Work Together


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And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose. For those God foreknew he also predestined to be conformed to the likeness of his Son, that he might be the firstborn among many brothers¬Ě (Romans 8:28-29 NIV).

I work all things together for your good. Not only do I work them out for your good in the present but I continue to work them into your future. Anything I touch has eternal essence, eternal provision. What I begin, I finish. Nothing is left to chance, absolutely nothing. Everything I start in your heart and life I finish. I bring all things to completion. I am aware of your every frustration. Frustration is born out of trying to do it on your own.

Don’t judge your pace or progress by someone else’s and do not go looking to find things that are wrong. Focus on Me with trust and listen to Holy Spirit. He will convict and not condemn (Romans 8:1). Rest in the knowledge‚ÄĒin the fact, the only thing you have to do is submit to the convicting power of Holy Spirit and not the condemnation of the enemy. When you submit to the Spirit you will not walk according to the dictates of the flesh.

Anything that questions or belittles your value is not of Me, including your own thoughts. Take all negative thoughts captive and speak out loud what My word says about you and watch your whole perspective, your whole outlook change. Be confident I will complete what I have started (Philippians 1:6).

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About the Author

Brenda

Brenda Craig is a published author, prophetic teacher and Seer whose desire is to know the Lord in all His fullness. Her writings and teachings reflect a deep intimacy with the Lord. As a worshiper, Brenda has received revelation on how to take the simple act of ‚ÄúSoaking in His Presence‚ÄĚ to a new level and developed a teaching called Soaking with a Purpose.

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