I Still Trust You

This morning I was crying and crying with a broken heart for my precious children, missing them with all my heart. I remembered scenes from their babyhood and childhood. I love them with all my heart. The devil tried to throw the temptation at me to be upset with God, because it has been so many years since I’ve been waiting for Him to fulfill His promises to me. I told the Lord, “I still trust You. I trust Your timing.” And I lifted up my hands and worshipped Him, even though I was still crying. I know that none of my tears and suffering has been in vain. I remembered the vision He gave me before I was cruelly separated from them. The Father was standing in front of His Throne, holding me in His hands. I felt so secure and loved! I looked back at Him and told Him, “You can do anything with me! -Anything, anything, anything.” Then He tenderly laid me on a cross at the foot of the Throne. For a second I was nervous, but then I saw Jesus standing by my side, and I knew it would be ok. Then in another vision I saw myself crucified on a cross, and an angry, shouting crowd was in front of me. I smiled and told them, “God loves you. God forgives you.” All that has come to pass in my life, symbolically. This morning as I was crying, as I have done so many times for the past three and a half years, I felt like I was writhing in agony on a cross. I told myself, “After the cross comes the crown.” I said, “All things work together for good to those who love Him, to those who are called according to His purpose.” and “They that sow in tears shall reap in joy. He that goeth forth and weepeth, bearing precious seed, shall doubtless come again with rejoicing, bringing his sheaves with Him.” and “All my children shall be taught of the Lord, and great shall be the peace of my children.”

Just now Jesus said to me,

“Ashley, I have seen all that thou hast done for My Name’s sake and am pleased with thee. I called thee, not to make a name for thyself, but for My glory. And now thou shalt see what I will do. Thou hast borne and hast suffered for My Name’s sake- therefore will I lift thee up and thou shalt not be ashamed. I see how thou sayest, ‘When wilt thou deliver me?’ and thy heart fainteth with sorrow. It is near to come, My beloved. Be strong for a little while longer. For yet a little while and He that shall come will come, and will not tarry. Over and out.”

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