| Walking through the Valley
Walking through the Valley
7/28/11 From The Lord, Our God and Savior – The Word of the Lord spoken to Timothy, For The Lord’s Little Flock, and For All Those Who Have Ears to Hear
My sons and daughters, do not be angry or upset over that which I am about to do. Let not your forehead wrinkle or your heart wax cold inside you, says The Lord…
For I have a great vineyard, with many grapes…
Lo, I have provided abundant rain and attended every vine,
Yet many wither, while others fail to produce, and still others are very slow to ripen. Therefore, I am come into My field, and I have walked up and down. I have inspected each plant thoroughly, having done all I can do. Lo, I have provided both the early and latter rains in abundance, and tilled the soil. I have sprinkled much fertilizer, in an effort to strengthen the root… And still, many plants wither, with the grapes thereof falling to the ground. I have even planted new vines in their places, yet these also have produced no fruit.
I have waited patiently and tended My vineyard,
And now it is time for the first harvest.
For few grapes have ripened to maturity, they must be left to ripen in their season… And though the winds will be harsh, and the rains will be a rare thing indeed, even all manner of plagues shall come, I must not gather them until their due season.
And though My voice is quieted, and I speak to you no more in this manner (for My prophet must be cut off from before you, he must go out from among you), and though this bundle endeavors to loosen its bonds, I will not forsake you utterly… I am with you still.
And though I pull back My hand, I will not forsake you in your time of great need. Though many of you have yet to harken to My voice, and fail to reach out your hand, I am with you still. In your time of need and through your many tears, when calamity and great devastation is on every side, I will be there to guide you… I will not forsake you utterly.
Trust in My ways therefore, and embrace all My correction;
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