For the last couple of weeks I have been smelling beautiful flowers. It’s just been coming up out of nowhere. I realized it had to be the Spirit of the Most High God letting me know that He was with me. Therefore I send these flowers to you today in Jesus name.
May the spirit of the most high God dwell in you, your heart, your mind and give you rest and peace each and every day no matter what is happening around you. Leave it all up to God He will take care of everything and he will fight your battles. God loves his children He’s a good father.
Years ago they would wrap a baby in swaddling clothes which included padding them down with salt and wrapping them in strips of cloth. This action toughened the baby’s skin. So today I wish you strong and protective ‘spiritual’ swaddling clothes. May you be tough enough to take everything that the enemy tries to bring your way while snapping the wiles of the enemy right back to the sender in Jesus name. When you rebuke all that the devil sends your way, command them to go into the abyss, never to return to your or your household ever again.
Luk 2:7 And she brought forth her firstborn son, and wrapped him in swaddling clothes, and laid him in a manger; because there was no room for them in the inn.
Luk 2:12 And this shall be a sign unto you; Ye shall find the babe wrapped in swaddling clothes, lying in a manger.
The meanest circumstances of Christ’s humiliation were all along attended with some discoveries of his glory, to balance them, and take off the offence of them; for even when he humbled himself God did in some measure exalt him and give him earnests of his future exaltation. When we saw him wrapped in swaddling clothes and laid in a manger, we were tempted to say, “Surely this cannot be the Son of God.” But see his birth attended, as it is here, with a choir of angels, and we shall say, “Surely this cannot be the Son of God.” But see his birth attended, as it is here, with a choir of angels, and we shall say, “Surely it can be no other than the Son of God, concerning whom it was said, when he was brought into the world, Let all the angels of God worship him,” Heb 1:6.
We had in Matthew an account of the notice given of the arrival of this ambassador, this prince from heaven, to the wise men, who were Gentiles, by a star; here we are told of the notice given of it to the shepherds, who were Jews, by an angel: to each God chose to speak in the language they were most conversant with.