There is a concise message I have been hearing in my inner soul since the beginning of the Pandemic. The more I tried to ignore it, the louder it spoke.
Beloved O.M. Family,
The message is: “Do all you can do while you can...” I prayed about that message. I thought carefully about that message. And every single time, the same message verbatim kept visiting me daily. Finally, I began to declare and decree the message daily to everything I was doing, and the meaning started to become crystal clear. I realized some significant things could hold back the overcoming blessings from the LORD. The first revelation was...The sudden onset of the Pandemic and how it literally threw society off their feet. We became nearly helpless, homeless, jobless, churchless in hours. And, the major annoying part about it was, there was nothing we could do about it. It reminded me of how JESUS is coming back suddenly...How things in life can suddenly change without warning...And, IF your business is not in order, HEAVEN will not be the last destination. There is a heaven destination prerequisite: “DO ALL YOU CAN DO WHILE YOU CAN...”
Family, this applies to everything. Second, as I became more familiar with the daily message, it propelled me to do some deep, transparent soul searching. I discovered an extreme situation I had to address that happened several years ago. I had to make things right despite what I felt or what I thought. And the more I humbled myself, the more I was moved to move quickly. Then, suddenly the Holy Spirit helped me to move real quick, swiftly. I boldly with courage like Joshua called the person that I had inadvertently hurt, not realizing it at the time. I had to ask them to forgive me for a wrong I committed against them. A wrong I thought was right at the time. I had to apologize for injuring their feelings and causing them to hold a grudge from the hurt of a supposed to be Woman Of GOD. (Romans 14:13)
It was an emotional conversation for both of us. But, it also was divinely liberating for both of us. It was an amazing and shocking experience. I was immediately forgiven, and the person was immediately released from holding a useless grudge. After the conversation finished, I felt a load of “pride weights” lifted off me. Third, then suddenly not only was I hearing do all you can while you can...I was joyfully exercising and walking in “DO ALL YOU CAN WHILE YOU CAN.”