SMALL STRAWS IN A SOFT WIND by MARSHA BURNS:
I speak to those who feel like a race horse waiting for the gate to open. Your prancing up and down will not make the gate open any quicker. Settle down. Conserve your strength and energy. The time will come when you can run the race again, and you will run well. Now is not that time. Be patient.
Luke 21:19 “By your patience possess your souls.”
Answers to some prayers that you have been waiting on are now coming. Doug Addison
August 3, 2020. I will soon tap you, call on you, for a mission beyond anything you have yet experienced. Do not spend time trying to figure out what. You can’t do it. Just receive it when it comes. It will not be with a big fanfare, but will instead unfold before your eyes. At first, it will somewhat mystify you. Keep watching and listening. It will become clearer. You won’t think it important, but it is very important.
Ephesians 4:1-8 (ESV) “I therefore, a prisoner for the Lord, urge you to walk in a manner worthy of the calling to which you have been called.” Bev Robinson
August 3, 2020. In order to experience true enjoyment and fulfillment in life, it is essential for you to be teachable. Do your best to remain humble and ready to absorb. Keep yourself from the group of people who are ignorant and stupid and think they have it all together. Is your version of truth the only one that is acceptable? Are you willing to learn? Learn from Me and My ways; especially when My means of correction is underway.
Proverbs 12:1 (ESV) “Whoever loves discipline loves knowledge, but he who hates reproof is stupid.” Kevin Robinson
August 3, 2020. A big turnaround is coming. You are on the edge of giving up. I tell you to hang on just a minute longer. Your patience has been excellent and it has been making you perfect. Everything has a purpose and a reason. What looks like disaster will soon turn into rejoicing. Hold on to the promise that I have given you; I do not break My promises. Soon a normalcy will return and you can breathe again.
James 1:4 (NKJV) “But let patience have its perfect
work, that you may be perfect and complete, lacking nothing.” Robin Robinson Bohlin