The Father Says Today: December 21st, 2020

The Father Says Today: December 21st, 2020

The Father says today, hear the voice of My gentleness speaking over you this day. In quiet confidence and total certainty of My intentionality in you, I am activating who you are in My kingdom even as I activated the unformed substance of Jesus in the womb of Mary. I am speaking, says God. Hear the voice of My gentleness coaxing you and encouraging you. You are not less than. You are not discarded or cast aside. On the contrary, you are My beloved in whom I am well pleased. Can you hear it? Can you hear the fluttering of the wings of the Holy Spirit dove upon your head? That is the delight of My heart coming to you and rejoicing over you that you might rejoice and know that I have accepted you in a time appointed. I am not mad at you. I am not disappointed in you. I am, in fact, loving you more deeply in those times that you feel so disqualified because I want you to know I’m not looking at your track record; I am looking at the price of Calvary that purchased you to Myself 2000 years ago.

This is My relentless gentleness pursuing and impacting you at every turn and in every daunting circumstance. Don’t be afraid. Fear not. Just receive the gentleness of My voice and allow that gentleness that originates in Me to partner with who you are on the inside and become fruit of who I am living on the inside of you. You must – you must have an up-close encounter with My gentleness, or you will never know that part of who I am that so motivates Me to act and move in your situations until you are fully and totally saturated and running over with My gentleness and kindness that those around you don’t even know you anymore. For when they look at you, they see Me and realize that as My disciples of old, that you’ve been with Jesus, and, in fact, are becoming the gentleness of Christ personified in your spirit, your character, and your mind.

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