“And the Lord answered me, and said, Write the vision, and make it plain upon tables, that he may run that reads it.” Habakkuk 2:2
In the first part of Moving Forward, we discussed needing to get clear on what it is we were moving towards; get clear on what is it we want; what is our heart’s desire? So, to get clarity in what we wanted as well as what we did not want in our lives, we were going to write a heartfelt letter to God stating our hopes, dreams, and desires for our lives. Since we also spoke about being transparent, I decided to share my letter to God with you. Here it is.
Father, I thank you for being so kind and gracious toward me. Thank you for loving me unconditionally. Thank you for being faithful to me even when I’m not faithful. Thank you for always holding me up. Thank you for victory through Jesus in every area of my life. Thank you for being my God, my Lord, my Savior, my Redeemer, my friend, and my Father.
Lord, I am writing this, not as a petition, but to pour out my heart to you and express my sincerest desires for my life. However, none of this means anything, if it is not your purpose and plan for my life. Your will for my life usurps every desire I have.
My greatest heart desire is to show forth your love and goodness through whatever avenue you open unto me. I also have a strong desire to demonstrate your power to heal, deliver and set people free from sickness, disease and bondage. It is my desire that signs and wonders follow the Word that I speak or write.
I desire to bless your people. It is my desire to provide your people with resources that will encourage and strengthen them both spiritually and naturally.
Father, I desire to see my family loving you. I desire to see your purpose and plan come forth in the lives of my family, my extended family, my dear friends, and my Blog and Twitter friends. And, as for that special someone, you know my heart’s desire.
“Therefore I say unto you, Whatever things you desire, when you pray, believe that you receive them, and you shall have them.” Mark 11:24.
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