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“The vision of the evenings and mornings that has been given you is true, but seal up the vision, for it concerns the distant future.”
Sometimes we receive visions, premonitions, and messages delivered in dreams, and we aren’t sure of their interpretation, purpose, or relevance. Some of us dismiss them as casual dreams that the mind manufactured from commingled messages gathered from numerous sources. While some of us believe that the messages have meaning, we desperately seek the answers through our own means and methods. Then there are some people who turn to God and ask Him the meaning, relevance, and how best to proceed.
Sometimes the messages we receive look into the past, present, near future, or distant future. But no matter what, we aren’t to lean into our own understanding—we’re to rely upon God [Proverbs 3:5-6].
Sometimes we’re too focused on what other people have or what they’re doing. We get competitive, jealous, or envious.
Stay in your lane, focused on you and what you’re supposed to do. You’re bound to crash if you’re busy looking over in someone else’s lane. If you’re busy stressing over whether someone’s going to cross into or over your lane, don’t—let God handle that. If you’re living in fear that someone will take what’s yours, remember that it’s not yours it’s God’s—and our Father-Mother will handle that also. Just live your life today and for today.
Father, I pray to keep my eyes and mind focused on today and what You have planned for me to do, experience, and express—not on what tomorrow could or could not bring, and not on what did or didn’t happen in the past. I just want to stay in my lane, on the path You have carved out especially for me, and give my all every second of today. In Jesus’ Name I pray to You Father. Amen.
Love you all!
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