EXPERIENCE: At midnight, the alarm started
blaring and I could not figure out how to turn it off.
HEARD: I think it was the case of the missing
PIX: I saw different options and number 4
was, Better to be Safe than Sorry.
HEARD: The world is a contrary place. That is
My will to let go.
PIX: I saw a toddler standing up and putting
his finger in an electrical socket in the wall.
HEARD: They are relentless. So AM I.
HEARD: Don’t argue. How to choose your best
option. How do I find freedom? Just say NO.
Backbone. Yes Sir. Out the door. Freedom. Set free.
HEARD: That is My answer. No more.
Why did I have you walk through that lesson?
Painful. So that you would not forget, I AM Boss. Why
is this important?
What are your options? To be like Me.
HEARD: Wings. Take off and fly My child,
you’ve learned your lessons.
WORD TO PONDER: ALARMING LESSONS: JUST SAY NO
Dear child, sometimes I allow you to go through a very
painful lesson because your mindset is so strong that
nothing else will get your attention. If you are
relentless in going in the wrong direction, then I AM
relentless. You will learn the painful lesson that to
the same degree you resist My voice, I will do what is
necessary to gain your attention. My red light will
flash and I will turn on the alarm in your life and wake
you out of your slumber.
Precious one, those times may be very painful lessons.
But I AM a good God and I want you guarded and protected
within safe boundaries by walking in righteous, holy
choices. The world is in opposition to My kingdom, My
heart. It will burn you if you touch the wrong places.
Making unholy choices opens demonic doors that are hard
to close once opened. Learn to turn your back on
temptation and just say NO. It is better to be safe
than sorry when it comes to questionable boundaries.
Prov 15:16 NKJV
Better is a little with the fear of the LORD, than
great treasure with trouble.
Prov 27:5-6 NKJV
Open rebuke is better than love carefully
concealed. Faithful are the wounds of a friend, but
the kisses of an enemy are deceitful.
Prov 28:6 NKJV
Better is the poor who walks in his integrity than
one perverse in his ways, though he be rich.
Eccl 7:2-5 NKJV
Better to go to the house of mourning than to go to
the house of feasting, for that is the end of all men;
And the living will take it to heart. Sorrow is better
than laughter, for by a sad countenance the heart is
made better. The heart of the wise is in the house of
mourning, but the heart of fools is in the house of
mirth. It is better to hear the rebuke of the wise than
for a man to hear the song of fools.