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The Voice of the Father

Why are you so frightened of the future? You feel so alone. Yet you are not alone, for I am with you. You can sense My presence now if you would take the time to come and pour out your heart to Me. I am so close to you right now. If you are in a hospital bed or beside someone that is sick, or you are alone in your house, or if you even feel alone in a group of people, I am here to tell you today, that you are NOT alone. Sometimes you ache so badly from it that you can hardly breathe. How I want to come and gather you up into My arms and comfort you! Oh, My love. Come away with Me. Close your eyes and envision My presence sitting or walking beside you. I am with you now, My love. I AM, and I always will be. I will never leave you or forsake you. No matter how old you are, you will be forever My child. Reach your hands up now and put them around My neck. Let Me draw you into My loving care. The peace will flow through your entire body. Now you must imagine and believe but not forever. One day, My precious child, you will see the world through joy. I will watch you run and skip through glorious flowers of red and yellow, in a land where only love reigns. Until that time, you will never be alone. Never. “The Lord is my light and my salvation—whom shall I fear? The Lord is the stronghold of my life—of whom shall I be afraid?”  (Psalm 27:1, NIV)
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About Alyse Muldoon

Alyse Muldoon
Alyse moved from California to the East Coast over 20 years ago with her two children, to be the White House Liaison for Mrs. Reagan's Foster Grandparent Program. In 1993, she married Joseph A. Muldoon, Jr. and began breeding and showing hunter/jumper horses at their farm outside Washington, DC. After her husband's death, Alyse became a trained health minister, and a licensed Biblical Counselor with the American Association of Christian Counselors. She attended Southern Adventist University and is the author of Morning Meditations From Your Abba Father and Miss Best's Etiquette For Young People.

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