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Daughter of the King - born from above in 1989.

Deborah grew up in a military family and moved to Florida in the early 1970's.  She began her journey of creative writing soon after coming to know Jesus as her personal Savior. Her primary goal is to share her personal testimony with others while bringing hope and practical help through her writing.

Saturday, October 10, 2009

Speak to me Lord… I am Weary!

Will God speak to your circumstances? He did to mine. I had known Jesus personally for about 10 years when He spoke this poem into my spirit. The Lord always comes to us with love and encouragement, just when we need it! We get weary and begin to lose hope. His Word breathes life back into us, and He is the lifter of our head.

Holding onto your promise can be difficult. Time can continue to go by with little confirmation of what you were sure of in your spirit. Those are the days when you cry out to God and ask Him for more grace and more faith. This is what God spoke to me in one of those moments.

May it bless you as much as it has me.

Your Husband - My gift to you

Daughter of Mine, come close and listen to Me.
I chose you first.
My strength is made perfect in your weakness.
Your husband is my workmanship.
I have ordained this marriage.
It is a divine joining- a partnership
“till death do you part.”
My grace is sufficient for you.

Do not take offense.
His actions are not governed by My spirit.
He does not yet know Me as you do.
You are the apple of My eye;
it is my good pleasure
to give you the desires of your heart.
That would be your husband - would it not?

Your obedience to Me and your humbleness
in the face of heartbreak are your sacrificial
offering to Me - one in which I treasure.
I am your husband now, for awhile. Let me comfort and love you.
Daughter, take heart. You are not forgotten.
Can you see him? I am creating in him a new man;
in My likeness. Be patient… Trust Me… Wait.

“For the unbelieving husband is sanctified by the wife…”
“For how do you know, O wife, whether you will save your husband?”
(I Corinthians 7: 14, 16)

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