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My Dear One

My Dear One,

I wonder if you might need a word or two of encouragement today. How we long for people to listen, to say, “I’m so sorry that you are hurting,” to give us Godly counsel, to love us, and help us through a difficult time. I would like to try to do that through these simple little notes. Ponder each one as you read it and trust the Holy Spirit to show you if it is Truth. If it is, then grasp it as you would a life preserver in a raging sea . . . (your sea is raging just now, isn’t it?)

Would you believe God with me that the thought for today is given to you by the Lord through me, and set your mind on that one thought? Carry it on a card. Put it where you will be able to refer to it. Study it during your quiet time with cross-references, writing the thoughts that come to you that clarify that one scripture. Cling tenaciously to the word that has come from Him in a very special way this day.

I believe that you will gain strength as you do this. Sometimes, we can be so close to the mountain, so awed by the immensity of the mass in front of us, so incapacitated because of our emotional involvement that it is beyond our ability to gain a proper perspective of where we stand. I would like to intercede for you. I have not “walked” where you are walking, but I have walked down other roads and I know that He is with you just as He is with me. Don’t let the thoughts given to you by Satan drive a wedge between you and the only One who will bring you through this circumstance with the “lovely fragrance of triumph” all about you.

I do so pray that these brief thoughts will be a source of encouragement for you at this stressful time in your earth walk and that you will accept them as coming to you in love.

My love to you,

About the Author

Anabel spent decades teaching in many contexts through Lifetime Guarantee Ministries. She has taught countless others how to have a genuine intimate faith and a sound marriage. She shared from her heart about living from the heart. Lifetime’s beloved founder and mentor passed away November 7, 2010. Her legacy and influence are timeless and priceless.