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Our trials, struggles and uncomfortable situations has allowed the Lord to intimately teach us that positive thoughts do not change truth, nor our situations. It simply becomes a momentarily, thin bandage over our feelings, emotions, doubts, uncertainties and what we want to unfold before us; and it also creates pebbles in and of themselves through the falseness of “pleasantness.” Negative thoughts do not change truth, but it does fuel on an environment that encourages pain, resentment, troubles, doubts, and welcomes more hardships and struggles into our already exhausted minds. The pebbles created by both ways can accumulate to dangerous levels which create boulders and barriers within our minds, which make it so much harder to recognize and learn the truths deeply involved with each and every situation we encounter. Truth is never changing, and is released by the Holy Spirit, the very Breath and Spirit of the Great I Am, our Creator, our Abba, Father. Psalm 51:6 reveals what we have intimately learned as we intimately look to Abba: ‘Behold, Thou desirest truth in the inward parts: and in the hidden part Thou shalt make me to know wisdom.’ Truth is the basis of all things, and our spirits are intimately connected to our Creator, which encourages our hearts to desperately want pure, undiluted Truth as only He can gift us with. And as we do our part in physically and mentally reigning in our minds, while focusing only on Jesus, His thriving, Sacrificial Blood cleanses through the rubble while the Holy Spirit instructs us and teaches us how to remain firmly standing and breathing in the pure, undiluted Truth of the Great I Am. ‘So then faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the Word of God.’ (Romans 10:17) Only the Holy Spirit can prepare us to receive the pure, undiluted, hard to eat meat of Truth, which our Abba wants us to be able to eat. We actively live in Truth, and desperately desire only Truth to flow through us because within each and every moment in Jesus we continue to learn how to vibrantly live limitless within a limited body and world! When we encounter things, we no longer nourish positive thoughts in our minds, nor do we encourage negative ones, instead we radically and effectively deal with both by clinging to Jesus and allowing our praises to continuously lift to Abba as we wait on the Holy Spirit to further instruct us in the Truth of what we need to learn. ‘And my speech and my preaching was not with enticing words of man’s wisdom, but in demonstration of the Spirit and of power: that your faith should not stand in the wisdom of men, but in the power of God.’ (1 Corinthians 2:4-5)