The Father Says Today: July 31st, 2020

The Father says today don’t fall into the trap of passively waiting for things that will never come. My kingdom is voice-activated and motion-activated. What you do with what I’ve already said is much more potent than what you are waiting for Me to say or to do further. Things can be different, but ask yourself, what is that in your hand? What can you do? You’ve asked for instruction, and My word to you is to do what you can with what you have and stick with it. Despise not the day of small beginnings. Refuse to get bogged down in the snare of perfectionism. Everything doesn’t have to be perfect. Remember that I am the God who never planted anything in a row, so waiting for everything to line up “just so” is foolishness. Step out. Act now. Don’t look at what the enemy is threatening look at what I have promised!

Things can be different for you in every area of your life if you will just shake yourself from the lethargy of religious thinking and take action. You are not stuck in a place of no escape or no exit. My kingdom does not come with observation. If you are merely waiting for what I’m going to do next – nothing changes. Men and women in My kingdom have squandered decades of their life waiting for what they are sure I will do next when the next move was theirs, but they refused to see it. The Pharisees wanted something different than what they were experiencing, and rather than accept the answer from heaven, they crucified the King of kings and Lord of lords. They were willing to defend waiting and watching but unwilling to give themselves over to righteousness revealed right in front of them. Beloved, waiting and watching and wishing changes nothing. You have to DO something. Observing is passive. The opposite of passive is participation I am calling upon you to participate with Me in the very area that your need is greatest.

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