Saturday, September 5, 2009

The Spiritual Believer and Knowing What Is Really Important

Editor in Chief Cathy Ferguson

Dear Believers in Jesus the Christ,

The Holy Spirit would like for me to reveal to spiritual believers about Knowing What Is Really Important. Spiritual believers what separates a great life from a mediocre life is the ability of the individual to identify what is really important and invest in those things. The Holy Spirit taught me to pay attention to what Abba Father Yahweh believes is important and for me to come in agreement with HIM. Why? Because Abba Father Yahweh is infinitely intelligent and has an eternal perspective so HE knows what is important.

Abba Father Yahweh believes that relationships are the most important things in life and we are judged on our relationships with HIM, the Lord Jesus the Christ, the Lord Holy Spirit, family, friends. and even our enemies. If we invest in our relationships we will never be disappointed. My Big Mama invested her life into children and she was rewarded for her investment. Because Big Mama invested in me as a child when I became an adult there was nothing she could not ask me for that I would not do for her. Why? Because she communicated to me through her actions that I was valuable to her when many people discounted me because I was a child.

Spiritual believers we value people who value us. Spiritual believers ask the Holy Spirit to help you identify what is important in your life and put your time into those things.

The Spiritual Believers Never Giving Up

Thank you brothers and sisters in Christ for your prayers. I fasted this morning as part of my first fruits walk. I had a helping of the Words of Lord Jesus the Christ and the Words of Abba Father Yahweh. I praised and worshipped Abba Father Yahweh, the Lord Jesus, and the Lord Holy Spirit. I gave Abba Father Yahweh all the Praise and all the Glory for this victory in my life. All spiritual believers please keep me up in prayer in this area.

Stay tune for more.

Your Sister In Christ Jesus,

Dr. Edith Davis

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