Beloved, never despise the process of learning and growing up into full spiritual stature. I could have made you full-grown and fully complete, but what pleasure would that beâ€¦where would â€śfree willâ€ť be? Where would the sacrificial love of our hearts be? I truly enjoy growing in You and in turn flowing out of you into some other grace starved life in need of love.
You see, I called you forth out of the ever-existing depths of My heart for a time and a purpose to be fulfilled under the heavens. Your generations were known to Me though all they have done was not of Me nor approved by Me. Alas, this is free will.
I restore all things no matter how much was done in your generational lineâ€¦in your ancestry without thought or submission to My Word. I am not limited by manâ€™s failures through acts of omission or commission. I am simply God and that is thatâ€¦the endâ€¦enough saidâ€¦no more to be argued withâ€¦cannot be disputedâ€¦cannot be thwartedâ€¦and most of allâ€¦I cannot be prevented from making all things new. In fact, I make a way where there was not a way before. In other words, I make something out of nothing. I have no limits or limitations. Therefore, what I need is for you to agree with Me and faint not. To faint is contrary to living as the overcomer I have already made you to be (Galatians 6:9).
Remember this: I am unchanging, immovable and invincible to the very end for you and you alone (Isaiah 41:4). Isnâ€™t it wonderful how I can say â€śfor you and you aloneâ€ť to all My Sons for each one is My favorite one. Nothing you can do will change that for I am your ever-present unchanging God. In response, bring your heart of worship to Me, all the while knowing that I will be found, ever-present and ever-ready to meet you….Read Complete Love Letter
Who has prepared and done this, calling forth and guiding the destinies of the generations [of the nations] from the beginning? I, the Lord–the first [existing before history began] and with the last [an ever-present, unchanging God]–I am He. (Isaiah 41:4 Amplified)
I make a choice to follow you and choose to not despise the process of learning and growing up in You Lord. Although there will be times of correction and times when I fall, I know You are there to always pick me up. I have been given the gift of a free will, and it is my will to follow after You Lord. I present myself as a living sacrifice acceptable to You which is my reasonable service (Romans 12:1). I offer myself as a heart of sacrificial praise and obedience as I live in the grace of Your everlasting, ever enduring love.
I count it a blessing to be a co-laborer with You and share Your love with others who are starved for love. Thank You for calling me according to Your plan. You work out everything in my life making it conform with the purpose of Your will (Ephesians 1:11).
Although I have been created with certain limitations, You have none. Therefore, I am in agreement with Your will and will not faint or grow weary in doing good. I praise You for making me an overcomer even in the midst of my own limitations. Thank You for revealing to me Your unchanging, immovable, and invincible nature for and through me. It is a beautiful thing to have You as a personal God to me. I worship You now and for all eternity for You are my friend. You are my personal, ever-present and ever-ready friend in all seasons of my life. You are my friend and I am Yours. Amen.
- Think about the areas in the past where you may have despised the process you were going through as you were growing up in the Lord. Ask the Lord to reveal to you any areas you may need to repent. Take time to share your heart with the Lord with your new understanding.
- Do you think that there is a difficult area in your life that may have been influenced by a generational line, passed down by your ancestors? Recognize that God is not limited in any way to be able to address and help you to make the changes needed. Write down any thoughts concerning you in this area, and then find Scriptures in the Word of God that will help you know His faithfulness to make all things new (2 Cor. 5:17).
- God desires to restore all things. Take a moment to write down the things you desire to see God restore in your life and begin praising Him for His faithfulness to work on your behalf.
- As you bring your heart of worship to the Lord tell Him of your willingness to stand in faith, not being weary in doing good. Tell him of your willingness to be in total agreement with His perfect will for your life. Remind yourself daily that God is ever-present and ever-ready to meet you day and night. Write down some practical ways to make this happen without overwhelming yourselfâ€¦start with at least one thing a day and you will eventually build into greater things.