“Here, you get to be weak. Out there you have to be strong, to rise up in the strength I give you. To be strong for your husband, to be strong for your children. To be strong for all of those who need you, who need Me in you, Me coming out of you.
But here, child, in the secret place of my Presence: you get to be weak.
You get to be held.
You get to be filled up.
You get to be ravished with immeasurable love.
I’m so in love with you. I see you in your weakness and dirty with sin — I don’t mind. Come here to me. I alone can wash you, renew you.
Rest now in my love.
Quiet in my love.”
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