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Our limitless Abba continuously prepares us for all things we may encounter. And some of these preparations we may not even realize are in existence until well after the fact, as the Holy Spirit reveals them to us and instructs us in them. Some of these preparations may even include the times our minds seem to be bombarded with various thoughts and memories we normally wouldn’t think on, nor even consider. The times when we are only guided to inwardly step back and not engage in them, but silently watch as they rush through our brain. Later, we find out that the preparations are in fact the Divine decision of the Holy Spirit to purposefully not reel us in, nor halt those thoughts so that we may actively experience the progression of them and how easily they can vitally change our inner environment. This experience also shows us another dimension of how great and limitless God is, and another experience in how He actively teaches us that there is nothing to ever fear, nor worry about. These Divine preparations also become an even greater warrior tool stacked within our armory that can be welded in the future as we need to use it. This experience also allows for multiple layers to be opened up, and more pebbles, we hadn’t realized were still needed to be dealt with, to be thoroughly cleansed and eradicated while His nourishment heals and takes their place. A process that effectively deepens our relationship and reliance on King Jesus even more. These experiences also reminds us that only God is good, and His profound, unfailing grace continuously, and effortlessly flows through us. Through our deepening relationship with Him, it has allowed King Jesus to guide us in actually disengaging our opinions so His pure, undiluted truth is able to more seamlessly flow within us and through us. Only our omniscient, all-knowing Abba can thoroughly prepare us for all things while we dwell under King Jesus’ active reign as the Holy Spirit safeguards our inner environment. Praise King Jesus, only God is good! ‘Praise ye the Lord. O give thanks unto the Lord; for He is good: for His mercy endureth for ever. Who can utter the mighty acts of the Lord? who can shew forth all His praise? Blessed are they that keep judgment, and he that doeth rigtheousness at all times. Remember me, O Lord, with the favour that thou bearest unto thy people: O visit me with thy salvation. That I may see the good of thy chosen, that I may rejoice in the gladness of thy nation, that I may glory with thine inheritance.’ (Psalm 106:1-5)