Friday, May 14, 2010

Prophetic Insight From the Mission Fields of Africa: See Your Future!

The LORD said to me, "You have seen correctly, for I am watching to see that My word is fulfilled."—Jeremiah 1:12 (NIV)

There must be a shift in you in order for you to enter into your new season. You are leaving an old season and shifting into a new season. God desires to give you prophetic insight to see your new season.

Like Jeremiah, what are your excuses, "It's too hard! I can't move forward. My past season was too difficult. How can I possibly move forward into a new season? Sure, I want a new season, but promise me first it will be easier!"

But the lord is saying to you: "But the word is very near you, in your mouth and in your mind and in your heart, so that you can do it." —Deuteronomy 30:14 (AMP) The Lord is saying the word of breakthrough for your new season is in your own mouth, in your mind and in your heart so that you can do it! Yes, Beloved, you can do it! Do what? All that He is commanding! Wow, isn't that encouraging?

God is Going to Touch Your Mouths

Child of God, the Lord is stretching forth His hand and touching your mouth and putting His words into your mouths. He is not going to open up doors to our future without His supernatural empowerment. The word touch in this passage implies a supernatural bestowment of divine grace and help. The Lord desires that we have the God kind of faith—which is faith like His!

To move forward into your new season will require that you develop faith for more of His grace as well as faith in His divine empowerment. Both are the two tools to receive what is needed for you to fulfill your future.

The word of the LORD came to me: "What do you see, Jeremiah?"

"I see the branch of an almond tree," he replied.

The LORD said to him, "You have seen correctly, for I am watching to see that My word is fulfilled."—Jeremiah 1:9-12 (NIV)

Jeremiah's Shift

Jeremiah saw what God saw! After imparting grace to his weakness, Jeremiah was able to see his future. Beloved, if we receive His envisioning grace, our eyes will also be open to see what God sees concerning our ability.

Interestingly, Jeremiah was able to see "the branch of an almond tree." Remember, the word used for almond tree is the same Hebrew word, shaqad, which is also the word used for "watching." Shaqad is further translated to imply "the awakening one." The almond tree had blossom cups that are shaped like almonds and are the first to bud forth in its new season. One might say that the almond tree "awakens" to its new season.

Jeremiah was "awakened" to his new season. He received grace to fulfill his divine calling and then was awakened to his future. To become "awakened" means to open our eyes and see. Beloved, receive fresh envisioning grace and become awakened to your new season. There is faith being imparted from Heaven for you to fulfill your destiny.

When the Lord promises to watch over His promises, He is also committing to "protect" what He has promised. This means He will go to war for you and guard your potentials. He promises to give His angels charge over you to protect you and keep us from harm. Just as He provided for Israel a cloud by day and fire by night, He will do the same for you as He leads, guides and protects you.

See Your Future!

Beloved, it's time to see your future. You can fulfill your divine destiny. One of the evil spirits that steals destiny is the Amalekite spirit. It not only aborts destiny, but also targets leaders and those who are called to hold up their arms.

My Prayers for you is that God Almighty would grant you His grace to see: Lord, I lift You up to the Lord and ask that He would touch wherever you feel weak in your life and walk with Him. I declare, "Let the weak say I am strong!" I see God imparting you with supernatural grace that will overcome fear, doubt, loss of vision, physical infirmity and generational strongholds as well as lies and the seductions of Satan. Amen.

Now, My dear Beloved: S - H - I - F - T!

S -ee
H -im
I -nstead of
F -ear and
T -error....


Our God fights for You! Amen

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