God’s love, flowing over your soul is like a soft quilt. You feel warmth, and soothing comfort. There does seem to be a reverent amount of satisfaction in saying, “I’m a child of God.” Walking around as if wearing a robe, a mantle, when once seen by others they know immediately you are royalty. They respond either with respect, or jealously, envy. They put themselves in a position to help you, or fight you. People can sense your anointing. Some are drawn to it, yet others run from it. It’s not in your control, it just happens.
Pray for both. Pray that God will bless, lead, and strengthen the ones that are attracted to the anointing on you, and pray God will help align a proper attitude in the ones who resist you, reject you, and simply try to hurt you.
Bless others with your position of power. Do not use it to cause harm. Wear the ring which displays the family crest, as a symbol to all that in you, is the mighty, unfailing love of God. In you they see peace, they see joy, and they see in you a calming spirit despite the turmoil around us. A spirit of confidence as if you have looked around the corner and somehow you know what is coming next, yet you are not moved. They see a rock that protrudes out of the stormy waters. A place of solitude where safety can be found. You have what you are in need of. You may not have an abundance, but you have enough, and even some to share with another. You may stumble, but you do not fall. You walk with your head up, facing what comes your way, because you know where your next step is, and you take it without fear.
This is what it means to be a child of God, to have his DNA inside of you. If you can identify, then simply smile. If you can’t, then I pray you will be drawn to this kind of life. It can be attained with a simple request of God to come into your life, to make your heart right. Then, and this next step is vital, get to know your heavenly Father, because the things you want to become, are found in him. Jesus said, “I only do what I see my Father in heaven do.” (John 5:19-20)
Copyright © 2020 Mark Brady. All rights reserved.