If you Rehearse the Curse ~
it’ll grow Worse and Bring the Hearse~!
Even so, if we are going to call up our Friends,
and tell them what woes the Doctors said, or the
prognosis that you don’t
want, then you have just Rehearsed the Curse, and all the Accuser of the
Brethren’s Pleas, and just Decided That’s Who Will Win as the Situation Will Grow Worse.
Psalm 91:1‑3, (Amplified Bible)
1 HE WHO
Dwells, (who remains Steadfast, who has a Permanent Resident and Stands
and not being moved by what he sees or hears, who Abides), in the Secret Place of the Most High
Shall Remain Stable and Fixed Under the Shadow of the Almighty [Whose Power no Foe can Withstand].
2 I will say of Yahweh, He is my Refuge and my Fortress, my God; on
Him I lean and rely, and in Him I [confidently] trust~!
3 For [then] He will deliver you from the snare of the fowler and
from the deadly pestilence.
When You “Say” what Yahweh says about
[Then] He shall deliver you).
Rehearse the Curse, and it’ll grow Worse and bring the Hearse~!
Anytime you find yourself ‘Talking the Problem’, then you’re going in the wrong Direction,
(ie... How are we going to ????).
Start talking the Answer, which is the Word of Yahweh. Here’s our part, “I will say of Yahweh”.
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However, if we take our stand and do according to Yahweh’s Word, and say
“Yahweh’s Word tells me that I am to owe no man anything, but
to Love One Another”,
and “That’s Exactly What I’m going to Do.”
However; Yahweh, I’m bringing my supplication. I’m making my request known to
you, with Thanksgiving. “I want to Thank-You for just the right... (House, Car,
etc.), that we
are going to get”.
“I thank-you that you have already got that Special...
(Automobile/Vehicle/House, etc.), ready and
waiting for us to receive it. I know that it will be above all that I
ask or think, and at this time. So, Yahweh we wait with earnest expectation
to see how you play out this song~!”
It‘s not like we have to catch
Yahweh when he‘s not having a bad hair day, or smile and be cute. No,
it‘s the Father‘s good pleasure to give us the Kingdom, (Luke 12:32).