Don’t Write It Off Yet!

Job 33: 14 For God does speak–now one way, now another–though man may not perceive it.15 In a dream, in a vision of the night, when deep sleep falls on men as they slumber in their beds, 16 he may speak in their ears and terrify them with warnings, 17 to turn man from wrongdoing and keep him from pride,

God made the most beautiful specimen out of clay from the ground! He can make possible anything considered impossible. You need to lean into God and His Word. Let faith arise in you.

The Lord showed me in a vision of the night, an humongous ship upside down. I could only see from ground up. This ship was made into a structure that houses daycare, and different offices,  it was a beautiful sight to behold from within, even though I was looking from outside.

You just can’t scrap that!! Take your hands off, allow the impossible to become possible!

Friends, May the Lord give you eyes that sees, ears that hears, and a heart after Him! Please don’t write that seemingly hopeless situation off, or this year for that matter!

Just passing by, you would not have guessed that this was a ship! It was a landmark! A beauty to behold!

I honestly don’t know the full interpretation of this dream, you might be able to give it another interpretation. I however, know Our Father in heaven is always working and He can work wonders with that which we lay at His feet!!

May this verse from Isaiah 61:4 give you encouragement.

They will rebuild the ancient ruins
    and restore the places long devastated;
they will renew the ruined cities
    that have been devastated for generations.

God make beauty out of ashes, he has brought usefulness out of scraps! What a wonderful God He is!

Beauty out of ashes! Shalom!

Copyright© 2020, Joan Sanusi, Radiant Glory, All rights reserved.

Author: joansanusi

I am a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, Jesus Christ's own beloved, endowed with virtues to live, love and do great exploit to the glory of God the Father.

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