Come, rest in my grace and favour

It’s enough, it’s enough, it’s enough… my grace is really enough! Standing in me, facing forward is all that I am asking of you. I am not asking for you to create or design or make the way clear. I am not asking for you to change the ones in front of you. I am not asking you to be me!

I, your God, have given you enough grace to sustain you in your time of need. Your need seems great – yet it only seems so because you feel that you need to be the one changing, moulding and doing that which is my role and purpose. I have called you into partnership in your days on this earth, a partnership with those who need grace: grace from me and grace from you.

Truly I will sustain you; truly I will cause you to be who I want you to be and, as you set your eyes upon my heart, you will see the passion, love, joy and peace that I always have available for you. Come and rest in the grace and favour that I so love to give you. Come and enjoy me… for as you do, that which you see as unchanging, will change before your eyes!

Psalms 55:22-23
Cast your cares on the Lord and He will sustain you; He will never let the righteous fall. But you, O God, will bring down the wicked into the pit of corruption; bloodthirsty and deceitful men will not live out half their days. But as for me, I trust in you.

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  1. We were informed of a bereavement yesterday morning. Between me and God, I was singing AMAZING GRACE last night. Which is when I realised why I had been taken there. You see, it has been a very hard place to be. But I was put there for this person. Yet I started asking myself and God, "Have I said ENOUGH? Have I done ENOUGH? Have I been ENOUGH of a christian?" … That's because, since a bereavement in my family when I was little, I was brought up having to constantly pray for the dead in the vague hope that maybe one day they would make it to heaven – or not. And yes, last night I did repent for trying to do His job. On Sunday (the day he died, but I didn't yet know that) I was watching THE WAY – a film on bereavement and the journey to Santiago De Compostela. I am not The Way. Trust Jesus. And your words, as soon as I have woken up this morning, were His much needed answer to me. Thanks. 

  2. This morning I read a piece of news on the internet about a country, and it reminded me of the country where I come from.  It broke my heart so much that I cried my head off while praying to God to deliver God's people in my own land.  I said to my family a few nights ago that I might not live to see changes for our people.  I hope to see it but only God knows.  After so much praying and crying I read the prophetic word for today.  It was so comforting to know that God is speaking to me, and He said that I would see change before my eyes!  Hallelujah! n       It also reminds me that I must hand everything to God, for He knows what He is doing, and I must not try to be Him. nEvery sentence is spot on for me, including the verse from Psalm 55. n       It was interesting to know that Angel of the North  and I are in different situations, yet we both find the prophetic word so relevent to our own situation.  God is good.  May His name be glorified. n       I found myself singing while writing this response.  I would like to thank whoever wrote today's prophetic word from God.  Thank you David, for responding my comment in the past. n       

    1. What country do you come from? I'm not english either and I feel just the same as you if I look at the news. But I believe I can make the news in the spirit realms by prophetic declaration – especially when I'm there visiting… 

      1. I think I will declare the Truth like you when and if I get there.  I do not wish to say where I come from but it is a place of darkness, spiritually.  I have been praying for the Light to shine in that place. I trust that the Lord will give me the right words to proclaim when I get there.

        1. Sorry, I didn't mean to pry… I come from Italy and used to think that was a place of great darkness spiritually speaking! Now I am honoured to be ushering in the Kingdom of God 🙂 

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