The life we are assigned to live is opportunistic. We are assigned tasked to complete in a certain time period. The result of or journey is then passed down to future generations. Our life will one day be consid...
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...dom. In him right standing, in him a display of his power and glory through you. In him we are generational restored. In him we are royalty. In him we are kings/queens and priest. In him we have a covenant. In him we are heirs. In him we have an inheritance. In him we are entitled to promises. God takes care of us. God will use us greatly. Seize this present moment! Remember, it is not our will, but God's will. Do not be conformed to the patterns of your past history, the world history. Allow God to love and guide you through the blessed process of your journey. God has and will continue to take care of you in every aspect of your life. There has to be trust, let go and let God use your body to perform his will on this earth. The Lord is our comfort and provider. Now, let's enjoy the journey as we bridge the gap between our current position and our heavenly behavior.
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