POURING OUT MY AFFECTION ALL OVER YOU
We all desire to meet the ideal partner and experience true love, compassion, and intimacy. When it comes to thinking about finding the right person, being with the right person, or even moving forward in a relationship with a significant person. We seem to never grow tire of eagerly waiting to say "I do." I've always had a soft spot for romance and love, so discovering and learning about someone's romance and wedding plans makes me happy. However, in true romance, the focus is always on what the world expects, and we find ourselves pleading with God to give us the perfect person or to confirm that the person we are with is the right one when, in fact, we should be embracing the way God woos us.
The characteristic of our Father is a lavishing, luxurious life. He is the best, He provides the best, and He wants to give His daughters the best. Remember last week in John 14: 1-6 when Jesus said that He is preparing a room for us, Omgosh can you even imagine the type of room that you will be going to when you finally meet with the Father and the Son? There is nothing in this world that could even come close to giving us those thoughts. I also want to add that as you and I get ready to go there, we have the chance to live a great life here on earth. As we get ready, we should be intimate with the Father, let Him woo us, and allow Him to keep us as women for the Kingdom of God. This is God pouring out all of His love on us until He places the guy of His choosing who is a man after His own heart and knows that He is going to guide His daughter back to the Kingdom of God immaculate and blameless.
As I promised to offer some unique suggestions for making room for you and your King. Get some candles, some fragrant items for God, some flowers, your best outfit, your nicest jammies, and a movie of your choosing for you and the King as you cherish your time with Him. Bring out your favorite ice cream or pop some popcorn if you enjoy those things to make that special moment for you and the King even better. As you concentrate on him, He will concentrate on you. According to the Bible, everything will be added to us when we first seek the Kingdom and all that is righteous. This is God giving us His best.
God should come first, not man, finding the right man to fulfill us and our desires, that is our Fathers place. Every concern, every thought, and every weary space of your mind desires some sort of satisfaction for the enemy. There are numerous matters in your life that only God can provide for or take care of and that thing or those things is leading your heart to be anxious. Open your heart, mind, and soul to heaven and reflect on God's goodness. He has your back, your front, your side, the top of your head down to the soles of your feet, so you can cry to Him if you need to, but the most important thing is to tell Him what is occurring and ask Him to take care of the light weight that is bossing you around. Nothing is too difficult for the Lord; embrace Him for He is your steadfast tower, your safe haven, and your rock of refuge.
3 Scriptures To Mediate On And Questions To Ask Yourself
Here is your instruction, warrior women of the Kingdom of God: do not think of yourself as a weakling. The enemy wants you to fail so that He can accomplish what he wants. You are not alone, and that has been the main message all this week. Train your mind to believe that your Father, your partner, and that everything you need in life is just a step away and all He needs as your affirmative response is a Yes!. Give it to Him right now and watch Him work for you. Our attention must be directed toward the Kingdom, not earth bound. Mediate on these scriptures and know that God is working everything out as planned.
Psalms 118 21:25
Scripture #1: How are you seeking the Kingdom of God?
Matthew 6:33 (KJV)
But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you.
Scripture #2: What's in your life that you think is too hard for God to fix or handle?
Jeremiah 32:17 (NIV)
We believe that you made the heavens and the earth by your great power and your outstretched arm. And that nothing is too hard for you, Lord God.”
Scripture #3: Who are you telling about the Lord, or how are you letting others know what He is doing in your life?
Matthew 10:32 (NIV)
“Whoever acknowledges me before others, I will also acknowledge before my Father in heaven.
Dear Heavenly Father
As always, I am grateful for another day of life, your kindness and concern for my family and me Thank you for Your provision and protection as we went about our daily tasks. I ask that you will always be in my heart. I give you everything I have, including my mind, my love, and my heart. Everything I own and possess is Yours. You own everything that I possess. I am aware that you are directing my steps every waking moment. As I go about my day and night, I pray that I will be a bridge for others. I hope I can pass along anything that will help them stay close to You. Please do not harden my heart; instead, let it be soft to hear You continually. Forever and always, I love you.
In Jesus Christ name, Amen.
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