The Confirmation

I talk about this all the time.

It excites me.

When you hear the Holy Ghost speak a Word arising from your Spirit and then another confirms it-

It just overwhelms me that I hear the voice of God.

My Father is speaking.

Think about it this way, you’ve given your information to the airline, they have your money, but you’re waiting on the confirmation to show upon arrival.

It seals the deal for you.

You rest in it.

It’s like the journey towards manifestation.

That extra little boost of confidence.

This happened to me Sunday, as I had written What’s Wrong with This Picture- on Friday.

Literally every Word given the previous week, by the Spirit of God came out of other’s mouths.

Those other’s, speaking by the Same Spirit.

But what is that supposed to accomplish?

Is it just so I can boast that I heard that same thing already, or that God speaks to me?

I was a little, no, a lot irritated by a brother the other day who constantly feels the need to share what He already knew God was saying.

“ I preached that same message,”

He always says.

Then the Holy Spirit nudged me in my complaint.

Takes one to know one! Chelsea.

Several days now, I perceive the Spirit of God taking me to the same mirror I want others to be looking in.

So, what is it for then?

The confirmation?

I’ll share what Jesus said:

But these things have I told you, that when the time shall come, ye may remember that I told you of them. And these things I said not unto you at the beginning, because I was with you. John 16:4

Jesus, assures our hearts with His confirmations.

He said it should establish our hearts, as to what’s being said.

When He was physically with them, they knew He was there.

Obviously.

But when He wasn’t in physical form, the next scripture says that He was sending the Comforter to confirm His Word to them.

Reminding them of the things He had said.

Hallelujah.

He is here.

He’s alive.

He is speaking.

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