You are not without hope.

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“You made men ride over our heads; We went through fire and through water, Yet You brought us out into a place of abundance.” Psalm 66:12 (NIV)

While laying in a mental hospital, I felt completely lost and confused. I knew God’s Word could comfort me, but I couldn’t remember anything. My mind was gone. Then out of nowhere, I heard Holy Spirit bring Psalm 23 back to my remembrance and I began to quote it. You see, in your darkest hour, the Holy Spirit will comfort you with whatever word you have already received in your heart. That word will minister life to you. I didn’t know how God was going to restore me. I didn’t know how He was going to get me through that time in my life. But He did. And if He could bring me out, He can do the same for you! Be encouraged. You are not alone. You are not without hope. You are not too far gone. The Lord, He is your hope and you can trust in Him. He will bring you out and into a place of rest and abundance. Be comforted with these same words He comforted me with:

“You will see My mighty fist and My strong muscle displayed in your life like never before. You have wanted to see My glory. From your spirit you cried, “Lord show me Your glory.” So My glory you will see. You have waited and now the vision speaks. Now My dream for you will come to pass. The place I have brought you to, no one will be able to separate you from it. The place My love has brought you to, no one can rob you of it. And what my love has taught you, no one can cause you to unlearn it. It’s yours. Rejoice in the land of the living! Rejoice in My deliverance and in My special care of you. Rejoice that you know and understand My love, My character and My nature to bless those who diligently seek Me. This is a time of seeing what I have longed for you to see, tasting what I have longed for you to taste, and receiving what I have longed to give you. It is time of great and tremendous rejoicing on your part and great action and power on Mine.” Says the Spirit of the Lord.

Prayer: Thank You Father. Thank You for speaking to me. I receive Your comfort and Your love. You are my hope. I put my trust in You to bring me through what I’m facing right now. My steps are ordered by You. I trust that no matter what it looks like You will be glorified in my life in a mighty way. In Jesus name, Amen.

(Read John 14:16,17,26; 2 Corinthians 1:3-5)

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