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A Guide to Love, God, Prayer, Meditation, & Peace Within You—Right Now

How to Move in God’s Will

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Natalie: “After my divorce last year I had to take out a restraining order on my ex and we are now in a custody fight over our child. I miss my 2-year-old son desperately. During this time I have taken Jesus as my Lord and Savior and been baptized. Now what must I do so God will help me defeat my ex’s lawyer and get custody of my child? What does God want from me?”

The Voice for Love: “Holy Precious Child, thank you for your willingness to ask for direction and guidance. We are delighted to hear your heart.

“Let us give thanks for your own dear child. Let us sit quietly and give great thanks for this one. Your son is a perfect example of holiness and innocence. You desire only what is good, holy and joyful for your child. You desire safety, comfort and satisfaction for him. You desire he learn the way of love and giving and contribution. Now imagine this is only a fraction of what I feel for you. I desire all good things for My children. I desire comfort, safety, love, satisfaction and joy for My children, all of My children.

“Dearest one, your heart is desiring peace and guidance. Only by listening to your heart will you know this. I speak to you always in your heart. This is not a trick. All you need to do is to be quiet and listen. You know each next step for I am whispering to you all the time. I whisper, not to make it difficult to hear Me, but so as not to scare you.

“My will for you is always that you listen to and hear your own heart. Follow the joys and desires of your heart. You do not need to fight for what is already yours. Fear not this process you are going through in the custody of your son. Know that he is always in My custody. He is beloved and cared for in everything. You do not need to fear for him. The love you have and are experiencing for him will be your guide. Sit quietly and listen to what your heart is telling you.

“Trust that guidance. Know that you cannot do wrong. I love you. I am proud of you. I delight in your path. Let not the apparent separation of divorce cause your heart to hate and fear. All is well. Your path is perfect. Your son is perfect. You are perfect. Let the nature of love take its course. Smile in wonder and gratitude each day as you notice how this is working out for everyone’s good. Stand in the strength of your heart at this time and always. Love knows the way.

“Amen and Selah.”