Anchored In Deep Water – Prophesy!

15956556195_55a183cc36_zFloating in deep waters – my feet can’t touch bottom – the waves bring me up and down. My supernatural anchor, the core of my being, the focus of my life and ministry – Jesus Christ. He keeps me here. He is my divine anchor in deep waters. He anchors me to Himself so that I may know him and the power of His resurrection. Are you called to come out? Are you? Then catch the current and ride out to that place in Christ where He is your all in all. The depths of Christ call to you – explore and journey into His person.

Great quote by Frank Viola From Jesus Manifesto: Restoring the Supremacy and Sovereignty of Jesus Christ

Christians have made the Gospel about so many things – things other than Christ. But Jesus Christ is the gravitational pull that brings everything together and gives it meaning. Without Him, all things lose their value. They are but detached pieces floating around in space. That includes your life.

The prophetic seems to disregard the finished work of the cross. Read some words that are floating around and listen to the current beneath the words. There seems to be striving to achieve something, pressing to get to somewhere, or surrendering to catch God’s attention. There is always a sense of movement into something to foster an atmosphere of pressing, pressing, pressing. It seems that during all this Jesus says, “Enter my rest.’ Yet all around the prophetic mantra seems to say, “Keep moving. Keep pressing. It’s here. It’s here.”

No more for me. I choose to anchor myself in the deep to the one and only – Jesus Christ. From that place of rest and peace, there forms within me a prophetic word of declaration of what is, the now of Jesus Christ. He forms my declarations. He fashions my prophetic being so that His testimony flows through me the spirit of prophecy is alive and flowing.

There is no lack in Christ; He finished it all on the cross. There is rest and peace in the midst of chaos. Therefore prophetic words should equip and challenge people to realize their identity in His person. In Christ we have all that we need so we simply draw upon that reality through the indwelling Holy Spirit and off we go into revelation that is centered, grounded and moving in Christ. The finished work of the cross is perfection in all ways. We enter into that perfection in Christ and prophesy from that perfection which greatly changes and transforms us.

As demonic assaults come and go, we rest in Christ. We counter every assault with reality – Jesus Christ – our High Priest, our Intercessor, the Lamb that was slain before the foundation of the world, our stronghold, our strength in time of need, our comfort, our healing, our restoration, our renewal, our power…and on into infinity. He is the well that never runs dry. I pray you catch this revelation. Turn your focus on Christ. That will be mine now and in the coming days.

Let prophetic words GO that are coated in striving, subtly keeping people focused on process –

You are getting there……….where?

Surrender, let go……..what?

Press in more and more and more……..how? To who?

What is the focus in all of this? Christ or the prophetic itself?

The sound of prophetic words spoken from the depths in Christ bring forth Person not Process.

Sound Waves From MouthListen by the Spirit to what I am saying……tune into this reality. I speak to the prophets, to the prophetic rising up in people, to the sound flowing in these times from the deep waters.

Meditate on Jesus Christ.

We look at this Son and see the God who cannot be seen. We look at this Son and see God’s original purpose in everything created. 16 For everything, absolutely everything, above and below, visible and invisible, rank after rank after rank of angels––everything got started in him and finds its purpose in him. 17 He was there before any of it came into existence and holds it all together right up to this moment. 18 And when it comes to the church, he organizes and holds it together, like a head does a body. He was supreme in the beginning and––leading the resurrection parade––he is supreme in the end. From beginning to end he’s there, towering far above everything, everyone. 19 So spacious is he, so roomy, that everything of God finds its proper place in him without crowding. 20 Not only that, but all the broken and dislocated pieces of the universe––people and things, animals and atoms––get properly fixed and fit together in vibrant harmonies, all because of his death, his blood that poured down from the Cross. (Colossians 1:15-20 Message)

Leave the Old Testament for a while and meditate on the new – John, Romans, Ephesians, Colossians, Revelation. You can go back to it later when you are able to see Christ in it. We must perceive the reality of Christ in the Old Testament. He is the divine thread weaving His person from beginning to end.

I am currently reading Jesus: A Theography by Frank Viola. Wow! That’s all I can say. Everything else has been laid aside. When I hear the sound of any prophecy that does not anchor back to Jesus and the finished work, I simply move on and put it aside. There is a depth in Christ waiting to be explored so hold on…..it’s going to be glorious ride.

If you read Scripture in a way that doesn’t point to Christ, you don’t have Christianity, you have religion. Jesus is God’s language. When God wants to communicate, He does so through His son. Frank Viola

Off I go – into the flow of His revelation so that I may speak of His glory and grace to a generation ready, so very very ready to SEE Christ, to KNOW Christ and to be formed in Him. Nothing else but Christ and Christ alone……He is enough. One more quote:

If the church does not REORIENT and become Christological at its core, any steps taken will be backwards. Frank Viola

In other words, I will reorient my direction, in life, in ministry and recalibrate the reality of Christ being my anchor in deep waters in the power of Holy Spirit. So much more coming……

We leave in a few weeks to minister for 12 days in Poland – Gdansk, Elblag area. If you are reading this from anywhere near in Europe, I would love to meet you. And if you want us to speak at your gatherings, no matter how big or small, just ask, okay? We are going out in Christ to bring the Good News to those whom God has prepared beforehand for us.

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In Christ,
Debra
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Sounds Within Sounds – Speaking Truth, Bringing Healing and Confronting Contradictions Part 1

Heart MonitorA variety of sounds cross a threshold into my life on a daily basis. God anoints me in Holy Spirit to hear sounds within sounds and the discernment to know what people are really saying behind a multitude of words. He teaches me to walk in humility and grace in this, knowing when to speak and when to be silent and listen. Just because God shows me something, it does not give me the right to speak. Lesson learned.

Moving in this vein, I listen to what people are saying, and then discern the root of what they are dealing with in their life. Once discerned, prayers manifest which display God’s power and healing into the person’s life. This is discernment on an individual level, person by person. All of us in Christ should be moving to some extent in this way. It is normal Christianity.

As God forms my voice and my sound, I see something else happening in my life. My ear is being attuned to discern a sound that is coming forth in a larger wavelength, across a wider spectrum of people – a corporate expression of Christianity today. Many are answering a question: “Who do you say that I am?” How do we see Jesus? How do our words actually flow from our heart in who Christ is? Does religion veil His reality, His preeminence from us, trying to keep us imprisoned to Christ out there? ? Or is grace awakening us to Christ in me? Big difference.

As I check Twitter and FB, I often see trends or patterns as new sounds emerge through writing, videos and images. These new sounds can be shallow and trendy, without substance or meaning. These sounds take flight; people hook up to them and pass them on, never truly experiencing the reality of what they are saying. Quite often they are immature birthed from a need for reputation and image.  They can also be sourced in anger, fear and frustration flowing from a religious spirit. A lot is being said out there.

New sounds merge with old sounds. Some die a quick death. Some hang on and are espoused as truth even though upon closer inspection they are error. Some even create a movement in and themselves. We need wisdom and discernment. And, we greatly need the simplicity of Christ and the power of the Gospel, the Good News. Too much has obscured our vision and suppressed or even killed the voice of Truth in the person of Christ.

Hearing, on a larger scale, is being refined within me as I pray for God to clarify my voice as it flows from my life, removing any contradiction in my sound that would contradict the sound of heaven and the Kingdom of God. I constantly think about Jesus saying that His words are spirit and life. (John 6:63) I am listening carefully. What am I looking for in the Spirit? Who am I saying Christ is in the power of my words?

The prophetic flows in sound  and image – words, visions, dreams, dance, art, music. The prophetic needs an upgrade at this time into a clear sound flowing from being in Christ. Right now, I hear a lot of remix or mashup of past sounds just for something to say – words like revival, breakthrough, etc. Then there is also a dissonance coming forth as the Old Covenant is placed on the same level as the New Covenant denying the present reality of the finished work of the cross and Christ in us.

The Light Goes OnThe sound of the prophetic should actually move in a New Covenant reality, confronting the contradictions that permeate an old sound of religion or an old sound of mixture. An awakening of grace is here to stay and will only grow stronger in the days ahead. While moving in the prophetic, I confront contradictions. Why? To prove my point?  No. I confront any sound, which denies the preeminence of Jesus Christ, His grace, the finished work of the cross and New Covenant reality.

Have you noticed something?

Listen carefully as people talk, expound, argue, and ferociously try to defend their words. Listen to the sound of it all.

Simplicity sounds forth in resonance – rich, clear, full. This sound flows into us, imparting to us a deep knowing in Christ. These are words of spirit and life.

Religion always complicates and adds the extraneous and the externals to its defense. It is a dissonant sound, one that lacks harmony and is simply noise. It is essential that our spiritual hearing be fine-tuned to hear what may not apparent to many. Hear the sound within the sound.

Part 2 tomorrow.

DebraIn Christ,
Debra

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Mantles??? Why? Christ in us – Reality!

Prophetic words often speak about mantles falling, mantles being imparted, and Elijah mantles ready to receive. I  read about mantles that were given to people in past seasons, now available for us. I also read about mantles that were never actually appropriated in a person’s life, being available to us right now to finish what they did not or could not These are just a few examples that I find in current prophetic words.

How can I stand in judgment when I probably prophesied about mantles too in years past while preaching? It was the prophetic way to follow and I followed wholeheartedly in it. Now I am seeing differently. The lens in my life is seeing through the finished work of the cross of Christ. It has radically shaped and transformed my life, even my prophetic life and prophecies that flow from deep within me.

So what about mantles? I recently went through the hundreds of messages that I had on my computer, preached in days gone by. I tossed many of them because of the mixture of Old Covenant and New Covenant reality that I found in their context. How did I preach that stuff?

Isn’t that a bit extreme – tossing it all away? Can’t I just save a few? Well, yes and no. Yes, I can save some, if they point to Christ and Christ alone, I can rewrite them with Christ in focus. No, they can’t be saved, if they continue to be preached from an Old Covenant reality. For me it is freedom to see with growing clarity and conviction that I am in the reality of a New Covenant given in Christ where Jesus is the way, the truth and the life. He is the open door revealing to us mysteries and revelation of the Kingdom. As I said before, as for me, I love the Old Testament but I am not under an Old Covenant. I love the Old Testament when it points to the reality of Christ. From that point of revelation, I can learn, glean and receive wisdom and revelation from God.

Mantles – garments, glory, anointing; a large over garment such as Elijah’s mantle; to gather over and form a cover; represents spiritual covering; Mantle passed from Elijah to Elisha; significant of spiritual authority, covering and power

In the context of many prophetic words that I read, the mantle seems to be prophesied as a covering or something that we need to seek for and hunger for in order to gain something greater in our lives. The focus of the mantle in many prophetic words is ‘outsourced’ to something or someone other than the reality of Christ in us. What do I mean by that? The focus of the mantle in many prophecies that I read seems to imply that I should desire or seek a mantle to gain greater authority or power such as the anointing of Elijah or Elisha. Why? This focus is outsourced to something that is outside of us. So many prophesied from the reality of this verse. Altar calls were given based upon receiving a mantle or double portion.

Elijah went straight out and found Elisha son of Shaphat in a field where there were twelve pairs of yoked oxen at work plowing; Elisha was in charge of the twelfth pair. Elijah went up to him and threw his cloak over him. I Kings 19:19

I have been in conferences in seasons past where the focus was on the mantle/anointing of Elijah, Elisha, Deborah, Esther, and John the Baptist Forerunner Anointing, just to name a few. Again I want to say that all of this is inferior to the excellence of Christ Jesus in me in a New Covenant reality. I am in union with Christ. Why a mantle or a covering when I have Christ or rather, He has me.

“This mystery has been kept in the dark for a long time, but now it’s out in the open. God wanted everyone, not just Jews, to know this rich and glorious secret inside and out, regardless of their background, regardless of their religious standing. The mystery in a nutshell is just this: Christ is in you; therefore you can look forward to sharing in God’s glory. It’s that simple. That is the substance of our Message. We preach Christ, warning people not to add to the Message. We teach in a spirit of profound common sense so that we can bring each person to maturity. To be mature is to be basic. Christ! No more, no less. That’s what I’m working so hard at day after day, year after year, doing my best with the energy God so generously gives me.” Colossians 1:26-29 The Message

Why seek a mantle, something that is implied as needed and is in contradiction to the reality of Christ and Holy Spirit?

However, when He, the Spirit of truth, has come, He will guide you into all truth; for He will not speak on His own authority, but whatever He hears He will speak; and He will tell you things to come. He will glorify Me, for He will take of what is Mine and declare it to you. All things that the Father has are Mine. Therefore I said that He will take of Mine and declare it to you. John 16:13-15 NKJV

Why did I and many others run to the altar to receive an impartation for a mantle or anointing? What did we think we were going to receive when all has been given to us in Christ? Prophecy seemed to extend the invitation for us to gain more, seek more, and hunger more rather than rest in the excellence of Christ in us. He has given us Holy Spirit. Why would we need a mantle or greater anointing?

There is great transformation needed in our prophetic language. How will this come about? Our language reflects the inner workings of our heart. Out of the overflow of the heart, the mouth speaks. We will prophesy that which we see, comprehend and understand. If we see and hear a mixture of an Old Covenant reality preached to us or prophesied to us, we prophesy or speak from that position in our own lives.

When our vision lifts us up to see Christ in a New Covenant reality of grace, we prophesy from the position of being seated in heavenly places. What is that reality? Our total security in Christ, unconditional love and acceptance – without striving to receive more to complete us. We are complete in Christ and from that revelation, we move in grace and the faith of the Son of God moves us in action.

From that position, our perspective changes as we reflect on the eternal purposes of God in Christ to be manifest in the earth today through believers of Jesus. We mature and grow beyond the elementary teachings. This is a process that is taking place right now. We are in the tension of that process. That is why so many prophetic words are falling flat, without life. They are still prophesying breakthrough, revival, more anointing so that people get emotionally intoxicated but inevitably time goes by and we often see, little if any change. There is a lot to say on this. I am in process, learning day by day writing one step at a time.

We need no covering. We have Christ. We need no mantle. We have Christ. He is our all in all. When we gaze upon His beauty, we will be transformed by that which we gaze upon in our lives. My focus: I have said it many times. To see the preeminence of Christ restored as our only focus. From that, the river does indeed flow.

Nevertheless when one turns to the Lord, the veil is taken away. Now the Lord is the Spirit; and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty. But we all, with unveiled face, beholding as in a mirror the glory of the Lord, are being transformed into the same image from glory to glory, just as by the Spirit of the Lord. 2 Corinthians 2:16-18

In Christ,
Debra Westbrook

cropped-10177248_755497004490453_3881209406351311543_n.jpgRivers of Eden Ministry is called to challenge people to live a prophetic life of creativity, revelation and intimacy in Christ. Marvin and I look forward to hearing from you, allowing us the opportunity to minister in the grace and love of Christ in your gathering, church, home group or conference.  Currently we are planning a trip to Kenya in August in which we are looking forward to establishing new relationships with leaders for a Kingdom purpose. Contact us on Facebook or Twitter for more information if you would like us to minister in grace and glory.

The Prophetic Word – Centered and Focused on Christ Jesus

I heard this prophetic word: “Contend for the new thing!”

I love the prophetic. I am prophetic. Yet, why do I feel that many of the prophetic words lately sound flat or feel like a remix of words that seem to be overused, over and over and over? I am thinking that perhaps – or quite possibly – or better yet – or assuredly in my heart – we need a change in language to convey prophetic thoughts and revelation. I hear the words currently out there and I don’t reject them. But, I also don’t accept them right away either. I pray. I wait. I discern. I ask for wisdom and understanding.

Heart MonitorWhat does “Contend for the new thing!” actually mean? Many years ago, I would jump in, accept, and shout amen without actually taking the time to consider. I don’t jump that quick anymore and that is a good thing.

Isn’t it good and right to ask for wisdom and understanding? It is for me. So what does it mean and should I receive it? I want what is truth and truly prophetic. But what about this word?

To contend: to grapple with, to strive, to struggle, to deal with, to face, to go head to head with.

So, for me – to “contend” implies that I must fight to achieve or receive something. In this case – the new thing. This suggests to me that I must be on the lookout for that place in which I will comprehend or apprehend this new thing. I should possibly do something to keep myself alert and able to catch it, in order not to miss it. Sometimes these prophetic words just make me tired thinking about all that I should or could do.

What if my life is in flux or I am a bit out of the mix? Will I miss it? There are any numbers of reasons why I may be out of sorts? Is my God greater than all of that? Is my forward momentum into a ‘new thing’ conditioned upon what I do? It seems like that when I read this word.

I am not being funny here at all. I am quite serious. I have too many words in my life that never came to pass because the prophetic was simply not held accountable in years past to any kind of credibility. And, yes, I gave out a few words myself to others that may have been a mixture of my own desire and my own flesh. That is the reality of the prophetic so I am not asking for perfection. I am seeking wisdom in the maturity of the prophetic coming forth in these days. It is time.

Words Words WordsFor years I have listened to hundreds of prophetic words. I have read thousands of words. At times, it caused me nothing but confusion with words flying in different directions, sometimes in competition with each other in order to be heard or noticed. So, it is right and good at this point in my life, having walked in the prophetic for many years to actually look close and hard at what is being prophesied. Not going to the next word and the next word but looking closely at this word and asking “Is it accurate. Can I trust that it will be fulfilled?” I would like nothing more than to see a new thing in my life.

Contend for it???? Well, let me think about what that actually means in light of grace and the finished work of the cross. It may take several blog posts to do this. It may help those who are thinking the same way as I am processing here.

So what about this word ‘contend’? Contend: strive, grapple with, go head to head with. What am I ‘contending’ for? I realize that there is a battle going on. According to Scripture, our battle is against a real devil but that real devil has already been defeated by Jesus Christ and I am in Christ– totally, completely secure and victorious. So with that being said, I don’t actually contend in my eyes, striving for what is already mine. So, there it is. I stand, fully secure in a position of righteousness, love and grace in Christ to know that He contended on my behalf so that I may rest in the realization of His victory. Having said that, I cease striving and rest – in a position of victory, not hoping to achieve one through some outward performance on my part.

So is “contend” a good word for me as a Christian who believe in the finished work of the cross? (Still processing here for a bit.) The finished work of the cross is reality. It is finished. What new thing am I contending for? What am I going head to head with or grappling for that has not already been defeated in Christ?

I acknowledge that evil and the devil exists and will attempt to try (I say try) to get me out of focus, out of position or confused through consistent accusation, lies and deception. Yet I don’t believe that I must contend to shout him down as if he is a power that trumps the finished work of the cross. The cross does not fight the battle. Jesus has already won the war.

So there it is for me. Contend for the new thing? Not quite sure. Perhaps I will stand, actively waiting, watching, believing and receiving – living life in Holy Spirit for specific directives that show me a way in a new direction in Christ.

So for me – I will not contend, or strive but I will stand. That is a powerful word to me for it determines that I trust, rely on, believe in Christ Jesus to BE in and through me. Now on to what it means to stand, looking for a new thing and what is this new thing anyway……….next blog post.

I am determined to sound forth with what is stirring in me, being vulnerable to write and process – to get it right and to get it wrong but in the process being me, in Christ. I no longer receive everything that comes my way like I used to – especially in the prophetic. Again, I will say that I do not despise prophecy and will continue to prophecy but I want it all centered on Christ, in Christ, through Christ, and with Christ. I do believe we need a fresh language in conveying what is on the Lord’s heart. I do believe that our eyes and ears need to be open to receive some ‘new’ things – new to us, not to God, of course.

Much more about this over this week. All in process and would love your comments. The journey begins right now. My imperfect blog in the midst of an imperfect life wholly complete in Christ, yet growing in His revelation day by day by day. Arriving is highly overrated to me and can be a bit boring. Enjoy the journey.

In Christ, Debra Westbrook

Debra NapaRivers of Eden Ministry is called to challenge people to a life of creativity, revelation and intimacy in Christ. Marvin and I look forward to hearing from you, allowing us the opportunity to minister in the grace and love of Christ in your gathering, church, home group or conference.  Currently we are planning a trip to Kenya in July in which we are looking forward to establishing new relationships with leaders for a Kingdom purpose. Contact us on Facebook or Twitter for more information.

 

Creative Expression – Tension and Gritty Grace!

I’m not saying that I have this all together, that I have it made. But I am well on my way, reaching out for Christ, who has so wondrously reached out for me. Friends, don’t get me wrong: By no means do I count myself an expert in all of this, but I’ve got my eye on the goal, where God is beckoning us onward––to Jesus. I’m off and running, and I’m not turning back. So let’s keep focused on that goal, those of us who want everything God has for us. If any of you have something else in mind, something less than total commitment, God will clear your blurred vision––you’ll see it yet! Now that we’re on the right track, let’s stay on it (Philippians 3:12-16 Message)

SoundwaveThere is the tension of living in Paul’s words. He presses, pulls, falls back, gets up, goes forward, stands still – all in the tension that is resident in grace. Yes, there is tension in grace but not a tension of performance or trying to be accepted by God. This tension is called life, the day-to-day, the ups and downs, the ins and outs, the good days and the bad days. Life lived in tension does not strive for perfection. I am on a journey! I accept that His grace is sufficient for me and His power is made perfect in my weakness, not my strengths. So what do I do? I LIVE (in daily tension) of the already, but not yet, Christ who is in me, and yet focused on reaching for Christ day by day.

Why are we so tense in this day and age? Why the striving for perfection? Why the desire to sense we have arrived? Why do we need to be ‘right” all the time or even heard? Why so much introspection and angst over life? Have we listened to Jesus lately?

I’ve told you all this so that trusting me; you will be unshakable and assured, deeply at peace. In this godless world you will continue to experience difficulties. But take heart! I’ve conquered the world (John 16:33 Message)

Hello. If I read this correctly what He is saying to do is to learn to live life in peace, unshakable in the midst of its tension. It’s going to be all right. It is alright, right now. That is my word to all of you. What are my qualifications to say this? Well I am almost 60 and I have been to hell and back but I am still standing with joy, peace, love, mercy, kindness and lots of tension, lots of tension. So I prophecy today that life will bring its share of tension into your life, but it’s gonna be alright because He is alright. Does it need to be more complex than that?

Yell, scream, shout, blog till the cows come home about your own inner turmoil, just like me BUT it’s all gonna be alright. I want to preach gritty grace. A grace that does not set you up for any utopian existence but a grace that loves, hard-core loving you and with you in the muck and mire of life’s crap. That’s gritty grace to me.

I want to preach grace that is not self-indulgent, trying to tell you that once you see that Christ is ALL that somehow you will avoid suffering or tension. That’s gritty grace. The grace that helps you stand in the midst of all the chaos. You stand and will continue to stand.

Hand reaching upGritty grace is a journey of the already but not yet. The already being settled at the cross in all its glory but the not yet reality of life that puts me smack dab in the midst of the tension each and every day. That’s gritty and real. I want real. I live real.

So gritty grace is my journey. How’s that going for me? So glad you asked. Let me tell you. Each day I live in the reality of the already beautiful work of His unconditional love, the finished work of the cross and His mercy, which is new each and every morning. BUT, each day I live in the not yet of my own imperfections and I press to apprehend His forgiveness flowing through me to unleash me from the prison of my own rights and entitlements.

Gritty grace is real and will not catapult me into nebulous, generic phrases such as this.

God loves you!

God accepts you, right where you are!

Jesus died for you!

Those are true. Oh yes, they are so very true. But, can I add a bit more to them to keep you focused on the reality of these sayings.

God loves you, unconditionally, wholly, passionately and intimately. He loves like a good Father so that means in addition to those feel good moments, I encounter loving discipline, correction and chastisement. He love me, yes He does!

God accepts me, right where I am, with NO need for any performance to twist His arm to love me more. He loves me so much that He actually uses life to draw me closer to Him each day with its pains, its suffering and more. He is a good God and I can live in the tension that He is a good God, even with the suffering of the world at large. I embrace the tension, sometimes through tears or gritted teeth.

Finally, Jesus died for me and with that comes absolute freedom from guilt, condemnation and fears of all kinds. Oh yes! Yet, He did not die to just make me feel good in a self-indulgent life focused on me, myself and I, the Carnal Trinity as I have heard mentioned in times past. He died for me so that I may live His life through me, in tension.

If you only look at us, you might well miss the brightness. We carry this precious Message around in the unadorned clay pots of our ordinary lives. That’s to prevent anyone from confusing God’s incomparable power with us. As it is, there’s not much chance of that. You know for yourselves that we’re not much to look at. We’ve been surrounded and battered by troubles, but we’re not demoralized; we’re not sure what to do, but we know that God knows what to do; we’ve been spiritually terrorized, but God hasn’t left our side; we’ve been thrown down, but we haven’t broken (2 Corinthians 4:7-9 Message)

Am I making myself clear today? I hope so. ☺ Enjoy the journey. It’s gonna be alright.

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