Suffering and Joy

Updated: Mar 7, 2021

February 17, 2021

I was worshipping the Lord and crying at the same time, missing my children so much. Jesus came to me. I told the Father and Jesus, “I am not sorry for dedicating my life to You! I am not sorry for dedicating my life to You.” I quoted the words to the song, “You know the time for joy and truly will send it when You see it meet, when You have tried and purged me throughly, and find me free from all deceit.” I said to Jesus through my tears, “I am glad I got to know You through my suffering. I would rather get to know You through my suffering, than to not have suffered and not to have gotten to know You.” I asked Him if He had a message for me and He said,

“Ashley, I have seen and counted thy tears and sighs, as thou sayest, ‘When wilt Thou deliver me?’ Fear not, beloved, for I AM has seen your tears and will avenge you. I have seen all they do to thee for My sake and I am wroth with them. This day I lift thee up above thy foes, and thou shalt never sorrow any more at all. I have promised and will make it good, that I will save thy children, and they shall not be lost to Me. Rest in Me, beloved, for thou hast no strength on thy own. I said not in vain all that I said I would do to thee. Lift your head up and look for the soon deliverance which I bring you. I said not in vain that I would reward every man after their works. You have sown to Me in righteousness and you shall reap in mercy. Yes, rejoice, beloved! I love thee with an everlasting love, therefore have I drawn you to Myself. I have seen all they do to thee and will not hold them guiltless. They trod thee down when thou wast small and despised, therefore will I lift thee up, and they shall behold My glory which I have placed upon thee. Go in peace, beloved, and spare not to share the things which thou hast heard. Over and out.”

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