Look Into His Eyes for Joy-Sheryl


“The joy of the Lord is your strength.” (Nehemiah 8:10)

Lord, I come seeking You again today.  I sense we are still not finished in the glen on the bridge.  I need You as thirsty ground needs rain.  You give me Living Water which is health to my whole person.  Thank You that I was able to enjoy Easter weekend, a beautiful time with You, Noval, Your people.  May I continue in Your favor with continued healing of my blood pressure.


“Look into My eyes.  You need to be able to do this for the peace and comfort you need.”


Open my eyes that I might see You.  Take away the veil.  Clear my vision.– Ha!  You are smiling at me, laughing at me.  I see the laughter in your eyes, the crinkles at the corners.  Laughing eyes are easier to look into.


“Ahh, remember that about your own eyes.  let Me take all pain and fear out of them, out of your soul.  For the eyes are the windows of the soul.”


And Yours is beautiful, perfect, and clear.  It shines in the purity of Your gaze.


“What else do you see?”


You have complete peace and joy in Your own soul.


“I do.  And now…I want to share those things with you.”


You are sharing Your joy.


“Joy in My Father is My strength and yours as well.”


Oceans of peace flow out, oceans of love.


“And faith comes in when you can trust Me for the best, to keep My promises without seeing a timetable.  If you had one it would not be called faith.  Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.  But if you can tap into My love for you, My peace, and My joy trust comes more easily.”


Yes, Lord.  I love You.


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