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Let God’s Will Be Done - part 2

After writing the first part, I discovered a bible verse Acts chapter 7:22 which says “Moses was educated in all the wisdom of the Egyptians and was powerful in speech and action”. This was an eye opener for me because I had always believed that Moses had some form of speech issue and that he remained like that all his life. I would always cite the example of Moses, as it comforted me somehow to know that God was okay with the disability of Moses, otherwise he would have healed him first before sending him to Pharoah. 

Acts 7:22 came to life when God revealed it to me this past week. To note that, It was not my first time of reading the book of Acts, but this time around the verse stood out and was very clear. No one has an encounter with God and remains the same. I believe that God provided me with an answer to what his will is for my son, his will is “complete healing”. Jesus also demonstrated that with his ministry, he went around healing people. 

I have now an increased level of faith πŸ™ŒπŸ½πŸ˜Š, My son will be healed completely in his lifetime, he will also accomplish all that God has purposed for him. Christ in my son, the hope of glory and I know that my expectations for him shall not be cut short in Jesus almighty name. 

In the meantime, to all my supermoms dealing with Autism, I pray that the lord will continue to meet our heart desires concerning the children he has given us in Jesus Almighty name πŸ™πŸΎ.

Always πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’• on my mind,

Tejuola

  

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