All Is Well
All Is Well
By: Danny Wallace
The voice of God is uniquely different from all others. Many people under Lucifer’s influence of confusing spirits, “claim” to speak for God, but a simple test quickly exposes the truth surrounding the voice.
The enemy obsesses, while God always brings calm to our soul, and thus, our situation. The voice of the enemy induces worry, while God’s voice always comforts. The religious voice of the enemy condemns, but God’s voice reminds us of His great sacrifice that wipes away all condemnation.
The voice of the enemy discourages, while God’s voice encourages. Lucifer confuses and often presents a never-ending, impossible scenario that seems to have no apparent solution. However, God “enlightens,” and brings simplistic truth, wisdom, and solution to the enemy’s illusionary chaos with a mere whisper of unconditional love.
Lucifer pushes – God leads. Lucifer frightens – God reassures. The enemy always instills a sense of “rush” to our spirit, urging, “Fix it – explain it – defend it, at all costs!”
God “stills” the troubled waters of our soul. No matter what you are facing, and no matter how religiously sanctimonious the voice speaking in our ear may be – listen for the contrast. Is the voice in your spirit causing you to obsess, worry, or push to make something happen? Is it instilling fear and confusion in your spirit? Any one of these is enough for you to bless, love, forgive, and “step around” such a voice to obtain the destiny that is yours in the finished sacrifice of Christ Jesus for the entire world.
Do not be confused. Any voice that implies, or brings an attitude of condemnation to your heart is not the voice of your Papa. Among the “Papa’s,” of history – ours is the best of the best!
Stay calm, and be comforted in the safety of His strong arms. Be encouraged that everything is finished on your behalf long before the situation arose to confuse, and distract you. Let the Holy Spirit enlighten you, and let Him remind you of God’s eternal promise through the words of Jesus Christ, our sweet Lord.
Stand still, and be reassured that ALL things work for you good, and our Papa’s eternal glory. All is well.