The Father Says Today: June 27th, 2023

The Father says today purpose to learn the art of loving and letting go. Just like how I loved and let go of the rich young ruler when he chose his wealth over the kingdom, there will be people around you who may not be thrilled about the great things happening in your life by My hand. It’s essential to love them and let them go refusing to cling to the past but facing the reality of the disparity between your faith and their negative expectations. As much as lieth in you, be at peace with all men. That often necessitates going low in worship, separating yourself from the contentious people in your life – not out of strife but in the pursuit of peace. Continuing to engage with our detractors will only lead them to sin against My purpose in your life.

Why would you cling to toxic relationships when the only outcome is causing them to sin against you, and in sinning against you, they are sinning against Me, for I am in you. Learn not to cast unnecessary stumbling blocks in front of those who oppose and mock what I am doing in your life. Never listen to our critics or answer those who sit in the seat of the scornful. Instead, keep your focus on what I am doing and pay no attention to the opinions of the uninformed and unenlightened. Press in, says God. My promise is to bless those who bless you and remove those who try to harm you in any way far from your life. Even those who faintly even trifle with you, I will execrate from your path. Show kindness, therefore, and refrain from provoking them to sin against My purpose in your life. Do not look back but keep your eyes fixed on what lies ahead. Remember Lot’s wife and never look backward toward what I’ve called you out of. Nothing from your past is as valuable as My presence in our lives and the future that He has planned for you. Determine to mature in this and find peace even in the midst of turmoil and contempt. Forget the past and focus on the prize of the high calling that I have summoned us to pursue.

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  • Olevia Bethune says:

    Hallelujah!!! Thank you Jesus!!! Thank You Abba Father in Yeshua Hamashiach’s name Amen!!