Everyone longs to give himself or herself completely to someone — to have a deep soul relationship with another — to be loved thoroughly, and exclusively. But God, to a Christian, says “No, not until you are satisfied, fulfilled and content with being loved by Me alone – with giving yourself totally and unreservedly to Me – to having an intensely personal and unique relationship with Me alone, discovering that only in me is your human relationship that I have planned for you. You will never be united with another until you are united with Me – exclusive of anyone or anything else, exclusive of any other desires or longings. I want you to stop planning, stop wishing, and allow Me to bring it to you. You just keep watching Me, expecting the greatest things – keep experiencing the satisfaction that I AM. Keep listening and learning the things I tell you. You just wait. Thats all.
Don’t be anxious. Don’t worry. Don’t look around at the the things others have gotten or that I have given them. Don’t look at the things you think you want. You just keep looking off and away at Me, or you’ll miss what I have to show you.
And then, when you’re ready, I’ll surprise you with a love far more wonderful than any you would dream of. You see, until you are ready and until the one I have for you is ready (I am working even this moment to have both of you ready at the same time) — until you are both satisfied exclusively with Me and the life I prepared for you, you won’t be able to experience the love that exemplifies your relationship with Me, and is thus the perfect love.
And dear one, I want you to have this most wonderful love. I want you to see in the flesh a picture of your relationship with Me, and to enjoy materially and concretely the everlasting union of beauty, perfection and love that I offer you with Myself. Know that I love you utterly. Believe it and be satisfied.
“But seek ye first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all
these things will be given to you as well.” Matthew 6:33
“I am not saying this because I am in need, for I have learned to
be content whatever the circumstances.” Philippians 4:11
When we are worried and anxious and lonely and broken-hearted, it is difficult to be patient with God’s perfect timing. Are you trying to rush things? Describe your thoughts in the comments below.