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The Great I Am’s sweetness sustains us. Which reveals so many things regarding His desire to diligently lead us into strengthening our endurance for this life on earth. Over time, as our relationship with Jesus has deepened, we have intimately watched as our outlook has significantly changed, which is another profound confirmation of His reign developing within us. By focusing on King Jesus, we have and are able to see what we truly need to see, know what we truly need to know, and learn what we truly need to learn as the Holy Spirit has worked towards molding us within our Shepherd’s Hands. As a result, we now no longer look first towards the things of the flesh to answer our questions, nor our needs; instead, we first look towards our King Jesus, wait for the Holy Spirit’s comforting instruction and lift our praises up to our actively loving Abba. Within each moment while thriving under His diligent care we have learned to actively and continuously embrace Him so we may be able to learn from each and every process we are taken through on earth. And amazingly, under Abba’s active care we are surprisingly able to actually see the book of our own lives being profoundly created: through deep cleanses, healthy restorations, planted seeds, the blossoming stages, and the abundant blooms. We are His, and He is ours. Endurance. Sometimes within this life on earth, endurance is quickly forgotten about, and even sometimes appears unobtainable because each moment is more than enough for us to work through. Which is another robbing technique used by the enemy as he wrongly tries to keep us tripped up by superficial issues. Abba securely provides for us and our obedience to Him keeps us within King Jesus’ reach so we may actively receive all we need to from Him. Yes, only God is good and obedience keeps us cognizant of that. Our moments are secure within the Holy Spirit’s presence while our Shepherd leads the way as Abba, our Provider, intimately fortifies our endurance. Endurance is vital to our continuously thriving lives, and only King Jesus can intimately lead us through this life and on into eternity. ‘Therefore being justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ: by whom also we have access by faith into this grace wherein we stand, and rejoice in hope of the glory of God. And not only so, but we glory in tribulations also: knowing that tribulation worketh patience; and patience, experience; and experience, hope; and hope maketh not ashamed; because the love of God is shed abroad in our hearts by the Holy Ghost which is given unto us.’ (Romans 5:1-5)