hy Stephanie Lacey

When you have set your plans in my hand, do you truly trust me with them? Today take an inventory of and examine the fruit of patience in your life. Is there frustration? Is their doubt? Is there fear even though you have released the outcome of your plans into my hands to do what I may? Examine your level of trust in me today. I hold all outcomes in my right hand. But do you believe me? You have said you trust in me with your words but do your thoughts and actions align with that word? Come before my throne this day so that I may do what is needed to help you to understand and reveal what is holding you back from having bold faith in me. To have patience is to fully trust me. Having true patience is matured faith. When you ask me why it is taking so long and worry about the “what if” outcome, it says you are not yet ready to receive the outcome. Can you press into me more deeply and make the decision to lean in and depend on my outcome? It is time to graduate and level up beloved. You must understand that I have brought you this far. You must come up out of infancy and walk in the fullness of faith. You see, it is easy for me to bring the best outcome in all your circumstances. It is easy for me to provide. It is easy for me to heal. It is easy for me beloved. For I am God. But it is your precious faith in me to trust and have enduring, conquering patience that brings forth the fruit and my best outcome. My best is held and anticipated by those who are patient in me. To trust me is to have faith filled patience in me.

Scripture application Ephesians 4:2, Galatians 6:9, 1 Corinthians 13:4, Philippians 4:6, Proverbs 15:18, Psalm 37:7-9, Romans 8:24-30, 2 Thessalonians 1:4-5

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