I must admit over the years of this blog I have portrayed certain desires, but with the help of a simple book sent to me by an anonymous source I think it’s come time to change my course. I thought I would take you through all the things I don’t want. Perhaps this will make it abundantly clear to those who still follow this blog what my intentions are.
I do not want to pay all the clients back their Dorean fees. Neither do I want to assist them in obtaining a victory over the banks/lenders who plundered them. I don’t want a good marriage. I don’t want Judge Alsup to repent of his wickedness. I don’t want him to come to the knowledge of Jesus Christ. I don’t want a relationship with my children who have forsaken me. I do not want to get out of prison. I do not want to see God’s prophetic word fulfilled in my life. That means I do not want to bless the people of God with money. I do not want to have a marriage counseling ministry; I do not want the wisdom and knowledge He promised to give. I don’t even want for good friends as I languish forgotten. No matter how I look at my circumstance I don’t want the ability to overcome them and reach victory. All I want is to be left alone. I don’t want joy, peace, or love. I want the feds to be my source. Let my healings come by their physicians because that is what I want. I don’t want God’s healing; In fact I don’t want anything from God. I am done wanting, my spirit is broken. No longer will I live in want. If you are disappointed by what you read and want me to want what you want then I must refuse you. I will not share in any of your wants.
To understand what I’m saying and have always said, go back and reread this blog exchanging the word ”want” or “wanting” with lack or lacking. This is how faith works. And it always works; it calls those things which are not yet as though they are. The Lord said I shall not want. The imperative command I will heed. My cup runnath over Psalms 23.