And I said unto him, Sir, thou knowest. And he said to me, “These are they which came out of great tribulation, and have washed their robes, and made them white in the blood of the Lamb.”
And there will come a time:
“Do you want to eat? Or, are you willing to die?”
Waiting, in a psalmist sense, may lead to an arrival of bestowment all at once. Along the way of perseverance, we may also be fulfilled in steps after steps – where the promised gift is an eventual culmination. From the onset of this spirit, our knowing, our believing, and our faith may withstand any rising mountains – where we, ultimately, realize a lifting beyond each one.
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Jesus Christ is our advocate, intercessor, and closest friend. He is our teacher, guide, and ultimate example. He was sent that we may learn, that we may eventually know, that with Him the promises of forever are delivered through Him – and that His word is as infallible as God Himself. Within these truths, what is eternally pristine shines through as what has always been and what will always remain divine.
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I want to see: …”
“I am a writer.”