I believe there are battles that I have victory over in the Spiritual sense because my ancestors already fought them. I believe there are battles my children now have victory over because their father remained faithful to the end. He never stopped trusting and giving to God. In his final hours, he became an ordained minister. Talk about writing on the wall. My father's voice broke as he interruped my uncle to nominate Aaron for that. As a board member, church elder, and additional father to Aaron, my father was stepping in to have his say in this promotion. Oh, how I thought things were going to be different and that the tide was going to change. I straight up told the doctor, "I hear what you're saying and I see what you see, but I will be praying for a Lazarus moment until he's in the ground." I kinda lied; I'm still praying.
But, inheritance. If I could encourage people to learn about anything right now, it would be that. Generational inheritance. How what you and I do today impacts our children's tomorrows. How ground we gain now will carry on for generations. How plagues we see now are simply the fruit of sin from generations past. Sometimes I think, "Man, S, you're really out there now," but I can't deny that it resonates with my Spirit. This type of faith comes completely naturally. I don't have to think too much about it, it just is.