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Follow the Yellow Brick Road.....

Bottom line - God knows best.

I'm all for being the one to bring about all that I want through the manifestation of will. I understand it and God works in that but God is our GUIDE.  He will point to the road we must travel to live happier, more fulfilling lives but he will give us the desires of our hearts even if its not in our purpose, if we protest much.  This is the manifestation of will. What are you summing unto yourself through your own desires that may not be good for your soul?  Or what are you rejecting out of fear and confusion?

Obedience is better than sacrifice and yet I believe so many would rather sacrifice so they feel they can do what they want. This is the harder road traveled and I've been there. Allowing my spirit to heed to the Supreme Love, to Divine order, to God's plan, its sometimes hard but always necessary. We may want to call ourselves gods but we are not the Creator of all things. So, God knows best.  Yeshua provides life.  I need to continue to Listen to the Spirit of God that taps into my spirit to lead me to a better way, not necessarily easiest, but better.

I've always said that my latter will be greater than my former.  I still believe that GREATER things have yet to manifest.  It is up to me to make sure they do by continuing to follow this road paved specifically for me.


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