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Listening to the Father's Heart - December 12

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Son, you are feeling the weight of your calling. The extreme feelings of loss and hopelessness are real because you have lost someone who is dear to you.

Son, you are feeling the weight of your calling. The extreme feelings of loss and hopelessness are real because you have lost someone who is dear to you. I feel the pain that you feel, the loss is great. This is compounded by the warfare over your life. The horrible nightmare you had last night was evidence of the war over your soul. Your spiritual enemies in the unseen realm do not want you to pull through this season of your life. They know the threat you are to their kingdom. They must kill you. But I have cancelled that spirit of death over your life. It will not happen. My son Elijah felt the same feelings you feel. He desperately wanted me to bring him home. My son Paul had the same feelings. The battle over all of your lives can be so great at times. Please do not give up, son. Grab hold of my coattail like the woman who grabbed my son's coat and gained the strength she needed. I am with you, though I realize you cannot always feel my presence when the storms are beating down upon your very soul.

 But he himself went a day’s journey into the wilderness, and came and sat down under a broom tree. And he prayed that he might die, and said, “It is enough! Now, Lord, take my life, for I am no better than my fathers!”  1 Kings 19:4

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