Behold, the former things have come to pass, And new things I declare; Before they spring forth I tell you of them. Isaiah 42: 9
Expect great things from God; attempt great things for God.
Just about this time every year, we get a revived drive and a refreshed passion to begin a new season. It could be in school, ministry, the workplace, moving to a new home, or life in general. The seasons have changed and also the alignments and connections.
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The Lord is working rapidly at this time to take us to a new season. He is making all things new. He is restoring our heart, our voice and our mind. The goodness of the Lord will come, making a difference in what we have experienced before, as we move forward with His direction.
The Lord is moving us into our time of what He has planned for us: designated things. For that reason, the war has been so intense, with resistance and opposition. The Lord is eliminating and breaking entanglements, lies and restrictions that have tried to prevent us from moving forward. He is moving us along His path and taking us to places where provision, blessing, increase, favor and advancement will surround us.
He has placed his angels around us to protect us, guide us and navigate the earth. He has secured our entrance and the new season is right on the horizon.
Thank you Father, for letting us know what is coming. We are grateful for a new hope, and for your faithfulness. Thank you for expanding our territory and borders. Thank you for setting the crooked paths straight, and for making rivers in the desert. Thank you for being a covenant keeping God, and making our hearts fertile to build greater faith and courage. I pray we all give you the glory for all that you are doing, always and forever. May you strengthen us to give birth to what you have deposited in each of us, and give us the drive and energy to match your momentum. We say welcome God. In the matchless and incomparable name of Jesus I pray.
By Cruz Samuel
Edited by Frances V.