Still Waters

Morning declaration: I will cry out to the LORD and he will surround me with songs of deliverance. Psalm 32:7

This past weekend I spent time missing my sister and feeling sad. Remembering the times, we talked, making plans, we laughed and cried and talked about our children’s future, and not being able to see her, talk to her again till it is time for me to go home.

I awoke early to plan my day and the week ahead with Father God. My need for wisdom, strength, comfort, and love is greatly needed. The sound of my name in a gentle whisper comes through and I heard:

Draw close to me I will continue to restore your heart. There will be a great victory when you focus on my word as it is written on your heart and soul. You will find My Spirit invading your soul with power, comfort, love, and revelation light. I have invested sacred blood for your journey and you will never fail as you continue to walk with me.

As your heart is stirred by a noble theme you will find that your heart has been healed, made whole, strengthened. For I have prepared a great work for you, my calling, and my gift; all that I have promised will come to pass, for I am the God of Restoration, the Keeper of your soul.
 

It is my delight to sit in the shade of the garden. To hear your voice, the voice of the one I love, Listen… to the sweet melodies of my love… Leading us to the Dance. Let your heart soar high above, To the music of the cool night air, while The Grand Fountain whispers softly, “Come the winter is past,

The rain is gone, and the flowers appear Their Fragrance fills the Garden. The time for singing has come!” As we share in the intimate dance of life.

Ephesians 1:4, Psalm 91:1, Psalm 18:6,  Psalm 45:1,
Song of Solomon 2:3, 8-13, Psalm 23:2-3

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