You are Seen
By: Susan Schiller
In the series, "Love from Papa"
My daughter, I see you. I see you peering into the mist, as if through a fog of twisted notions: Half-truths, false-beliefs, and shattered illusions that block you from seeing your full inheritance. I see you tentatively stepping out of the shadowlands of doubts, worries, anxieties, and fears. Scarcity has scared you in more ways than simply not having enough.
I see you trying. I see your blazing hope, especially in the darkness of massive injustice and broken trust. I see the bruises from your efforts to climb higher.
I see you shaking from the effort to reach the next peak. Your contorted features reveal the depth of your perplexity, as you wonder, why is it so hard to simply believe and to receive? You ponder why it's not working, to simply speak to the mountain and watch it effortlessly be cast into the sea.
My daughter, you are fresh from the battle and your wounds are incurable by man's methods. All you need is here, in My presence. Abide in Me. My Home has many rooms and I've prepared a place for you.
In the stillness, in the silence and the solitude we will walk and talk together, right through the muck and mire of this wickedness. You are beginning to remember who you are. You are coming out into the Light, leaving the Shadowlands behind. You are forging a pathway through the mountains, not because you failed in moving the mountain, but because there are golden treasures in the bowels of the mountain to be discovered.
If only you could see you as I see you… your wreckless faith, even though it seems like you're hanging on by a ragged thread, makes you STUNNING in My eyes!
I see you. I hear you crying out for justice and being thrown to the wolves. Tell your story, sweet one. Start a chain reaction of spontaneous prayer and amplify your voice as this cry rings through the heavens and reaches even down into the bowels of the earth. Tell your story – that's how you walk out into the Light.
Come deeper in. Let go of the old need to hide. There's more for you, sweet one. In Me abide.
With all my love,
Susan Schiller knows how it feels to lose everything: marriage and family, church and reputation, finances and businesses, and more. Susan's upcoming, interactive memoir, "On the Way Home," tells the story of how she came to be known as "the most abused woman" her counselors had yet met and how she learned to navigate to freedom and fullness.
Today Susan helps people write their life stories, unearthing the treasures of their past and sowing them into their future, creating new family legacies.
Copyright © 2010 to 2016 Team Family Online, All rights reserved. For reprint permission or for any private or commercial use, in any form of media, please contact Susan Schiller.