Friday, August 8, 2014

Vision of a Great Sailing Ship

While standing on a shoreline with The Lord both of us looking out not far off in the calm sea I saw a great sailing ship with twelve sails and hundreds of lines many for each sail some to lift them and many to control them and change their direction depending on the conditions and direction of the wind . On deck I saw just one child of God and a few people they had chosen as the crew not God frantically running all over futily attempting to control and adjust all the sails simultaneously and I sensed each sail represented something in their lives they were trying to control in their own power and understanding not Jesus' leading . God Calling 8-8-14 Rely on Me alone. Ask no other help. Pay all out (let go of the line) in the Spirit of trust that more will come to meet your supply. Empty your vessels quickly to ensure a Divine Supply. So much retained by you, so much the less will be gained from Me. It is a Law of Divine Supply. To hold back, to retain, implies a fear of the future, a want of trust in Me. When you ask Me to save you from the sea of poverty and difficulty you must trust wholly to Me. If you do not, and your prayer and faith are genuine, then I must first answer your prayer for help as a rescuer does that of a drowning man who is struggling to save himself. He renders him still more helpless and powerless until he is wholly at the will and mercy of the rescuer. So understand My leading. Trust wholly. Trust completely. Empty your vessel. I will fill it. I ask of you to understand Divine Supply. It is a most difficult lesson for My children to learn. So dependent have they become on material supply they fail to understand. You must live as I tell you. Depend on Me. I will both lay me down in peace, and sleep: for thou, Lord, only makest me dwell in safety. Psalm 4:8 KkXu-8 Feel The Spirit Don Potter Jason Upton testimony Lion of Judah Jason Upton Great River Jason Upton

1 comment:

Richard said...

Good word a reminder it can be tough to give up our dependence on material things instead of God