A Father's Letter to His Daughter
I hear your cry of frustration.
You feel like you’re not progressing as fast as you think you should.
You feel as if you should be closer in your walk with me.
I see you questioning and doubting, if you’ll ever fully blossom into who I’ve called you to be.
Patience, my daughter, spiritual growth is a lifelong journey.
I see how zealous you are as you read to understand and learn more of me, to be able to effectively teach my word and encourage.
Wondering if you’ll continue to faith walk, to be God-fident, to teach and spread the gospel.
You see the vision, you just don’t see nor understand how.
It’s not your job to connect A-Z.
It’s not for you to understand now.
You must continue to be patient and trust in me.
My Daughter, you have a fire in you that I have not yet unleashed.
You are still releasing, growing, and learning. Don’t get weary in well doing. (Galatians 6:9)
I’m preparing you for your next level.
Keep saying Yes to my call , being obedient and I’ll keep sustaining you.
“For this very reason, applying your diligence [to the divine promises, make every effort] in [exercising] your faith to, develop moral excellence, and in moral excellence, knowledge (insight, understanding), and in your knowledge, self-control, and in your self-control, steadfastness, and in your steadfastness, godliness, and in your godliness, brotherly affection, and in your brotherly affection, [develop Christian] love [that is, learn to unselfishly seek the best for others and to do things for their benefit]. For as these qualities are yours and are increasing [in you as you grow toward spiritual maturity], they will keep you from being useless and unproductive in regard to the true knowledge and greater understanding of our Lord Jesus Christ.”
2 PETER 1:5-8 AMP