“Give Me back My stuff!” Jesus said

Jesus said, “Give Me back My stuff!” He looked annoyed.

I said, “Excuse me?” and took a step back.

“Give Me back My stuff!” He said again, with determination in His eyes.

I replied, “I don’t know what you mean, Lord.”

Jesus said, “Yes you do. Don’t mess around with me. Give Me back My stuff! I want it and I want it RIGHT NOW!”

“But Lord, everything I’ve got – You gave me,” I replied. I was starting to sweat.

He said, “Part of that is true, but you took some stuff that belongs to Me that I don’t want you to have. Give it back. NOW!”

At this point, I’m on my knees and I’m crying. I’m saying, “I don’t know what you mean, I don’t know what you mean.”

Jesus points at me and says, “That worry. That anger. That resentment. That bitterness. That fear. I died for it. I paid a price for it. It belongs to ME – it doesn’t belong to you. Give Me back My stuff!”

Suddenly I understood and I could see it. All those different things He died for, He took them to the cross and I’ve been resurrecting them. I was absolutely, utterly appalled. I started crying again and said, “I’m so sorry. You’re right, Lord. You’re right.”

Then He smiled at me, reached down and pulled me up. He kissed me on both cheeks and then He looked right into my eyes and said, “Have you any idea how utterly delighted I was to die for all those things? When I was on the cross, the joy that was set before me was that I KNEW I was robbing you of the ability to experience all that negativity. I was taking all those things away from you that you would NEVER have to experience them or encounter them ever again. I could give you a whole new life where those things would be absent and you could learn a different way of being. Do you have any idea how excited I was to be able to take all those things away from you? You’d never be fearful again, you’d never be anxious or worried or panicked. You’d never have to be angry or bitter or resentful. You’d never have to do any of that stuff. You could be FREE.”

He paused, then continued.

“Here you are, taking it all back like it belongs to you. It DOESN’T belong to you. I died for it. I paid a price for it. It’s Mine. You can’t have it because all the time you are taking hold of those things, you can’t see who you really are. When you focus on those things, there is a disconnect between you and heaven. I died so that you could stay connected. As long as you are holding onto that stuff, you can’t receive all that I want to give you.

“Give Me back that stuff. I’ve got things to give you. We can’t be messing around with this baby stuff anymore. We have things to do.”

We sat down and I wrote down all the stuff I had stolen back. Then I wrote down what was the opposite of that because that’s what I’m taking in exchange.

– Graham Cooke, paraphrased from this video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A-dBioGxk0E&feature=youtu.be

 

So, are you ready to give to Jesus the stuff you took back from Him? 🙂

Or maybe, if this is your first time, you need to make a list of things to give Him and then turn them over. He paid for them with His death on the cross. Why are you holding on to it? Give Him back His stuff!!

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About Kingdom Walker

A woman seeking to understand the world around her - with grace and acceptance toward all. Discernment of the Supernatural Realm - Insight and experiences of the Unseen Realm from a Christian perspective. This blog: https://supernaturaldiscernment.com/

Posted on September 14, 2014, in Educational, Inspirational, Pleasant and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. I needed that! There’s been too much I’m holding on to that I should’ve let go a long time ago! Thanks!

  2. Thanks so much for this; the Lord has been speaking to me this week about “give me back my stuff!” People may also be interested in an amazing, miraculous testimony about getting things back, as reported by Bill Johnson, which you can access here: https://youtu.be/3tNZKUl4D5E

    God bless

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