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My Beloved is Mine and I am His

“Forget the former things; do not dwell on the past.” Isaiah 43:18

My dear child,

Let me give you brand new desires. Forget the former things. Let’s start all over again. The old has gone. The past has passed. There’s nothing you could do about it now. But you can do something today.

Look at me. Focus your eyes on me. I am your God… and NO other. Run towards me. Listen to my voice and follow me.

I got you. You’re no longer lost. You are found.

I will take care of you, feed you, protect you and heal your wounds. It’s all going to be alright. You’re in a safe place now.

Rest.

With all my love,

Father God.

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