1. I’ve come to understand that situation where I can find my while it was really not about the wallet, it was more about my relationship with God. And not how God saw me in our relationship. But actually, how I saw myself in my relationship with God. How I viewed myself was based on many years of being told who I was. And being told what my “flaws” were. And using that synopsis to justify behavior toward me.
  2. I have to understand that I am who I am because that’s who God made. It is God who defines me. It is God who identifies if what the world sees is a “flaw” are simply what God has designed.
  3. Every situation that I encounter and every person that I encounter has a twofold process. One what God is doing in me and to, what God is doing in the person that I have encountered. Whether I fail or succeed or if the other person fails or succeed we are not released from our assignment. That situation is designed by God to expose our true nature.
  4. As we deal with each other as we evaluate each other the thing that we have to understand is that who we are and how great we become is not contingent upon someone else being less.
  5. God’s commission in my life must supersede everything else.
  6. How I function is a matter of the law of the Spirit of life operating within me in be yielding to the Lord’s operation. If that is done thoughts will be corrected and guidance will be given.
  7. More crucial than anything else, in my union with the Father I must either utilize all that He has given me and all that He is or I will usurp the authority over my life.
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6 years ago

Dear Woman of God. If we continue only to “see” with our sense consciousness, we will never truly know or see God in all people, things, and situations. The externals will never define who we are. You are truly a woman of God and I believe that you are getting to know the Universal Consciousness, that permeates out lives. Life is God. We are co-creators with God. Jesus came to show us how to become Sons of God and citizens of his Kingdom. There is much that must be crucified in us namely “religion” and erroneous theological jargon in order to see the pure essence of “the Way”, as Jesus is our example. Be blessed. I can’t promise to be on here everyday but I want to encourage you in what you are doing.

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