This just came to me while a was eating.😂
So you have a baby and you are so in love with it. You want the best for him, so you provide him with all these things he needs. You were there every moment in his life and watched him grow up, but when he got older he left you, forgotten all those moments and decided to follow his own way. He replaced you with the world, which is now number 1 in his heart. He says your not enough, it seems you just hold me back from what is better. But the path leads to a cliff. And you know that and you try everything to get his attention and then he falls over. All you wanted to see is him coming home and regardless of everything he had done you rejoice for he is now home. We need to fill understand how much he loves us and not just accept it like those gifts you don’t really like. JESUS LOVES YOU SO MUCH!! Don’t get used to the dark that’s not where we are suppose to be!
My grandma got a heart attack today and I did not want her to leave without accepting Jesus. I texted my family group chat to whoever was there to ask if she will accept and pray to see what God wants you to do. My brother got emotional and said do not say that you making it sound like she’s going to die. Although God does miracles seeing her age, which is 90+ I was sure it was her time. It may seem heartless, or it may not, but I wanted her to go to the right place. I prayed and spoke with God, and I’m please to say it was all good news I heard. I saw her with Jesus talking and I was certain what was next. Now why look down after all this, is not good to rejoice for another child of God to receive a place in Heaven?. I’ll let you answer that. Answer me this do you think your loved one wants you to cry and be depress? No. I’ll leave this scripture. “My fellow believers, when it seems as though you are facing nothing but difficulties, see it as an invaluable opportunity to experience the greatest joy that you can! For you know that when your faith is tested it stirs up power within you to endure all things.”
James (Jacob) 1:2-3 TPT