Let go of the heavy backpack

1 Corinthians 14:3-4 (NLT)

But one who prophesies strengthens others, encourages them, and comforts them.A person who speaks in tongues is strengthened personally, but one who speaks a word of prophecy strengthens the entire church.

I want all of you guys to know each and every bit of what God’s thoughts are for me which He revealed through our guest pastors last night in church. But I guess I have to wait for the audio recording of my personal prophecy in my email so that I could transcribe and post here immediately. In that way I can correctly and exactly relay it to you! I hope you’re all feeling blessed because I am. 🙂

Although in a few words, it’s about leadership —I am sure God was referring to my organizations here in the university— sounding like there’s something about me being in politics. About me crossing a river which I couldn’t do because I am carrying a very heavy backpack that I don’t even need. Hmmmmm? I was also reminded that I shouldn’t worry about my future for He is in control. Thank you Father, I needed that! :>

One more thing, the prophecies given to us were partial. They are as well conditional unlike the unconditional prophecies that have happened in the bible times. We need His grace and our complete obedience so that His plans will be brought into fruition. So help me God; me, my JustifiVed batchmates and Batch Fourgiven.

I know You will always be here for me wherever You want me to go. >:D<

Good morning!



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