“But now I will not treat the remnant of this people as in the former days,’ declares the LORD of hosts. ‘For there will be peace for the seed: the vine will yield its fruit, the land will yield its produce and the heavens will give their dew; and I will cause the remnant of this people to inherit all these things.” Zechariah 8:11-12 NASB
The year is 2020 and it is unlike any year that we’ve ever seen or had the opportunity to be a part of. What we thought was to be a year of serene vision and visitation became more like something from an episode of The Twilight Zone. Everyday, something different came into the light presenting itself to be more intense and added to the confusion.
Is this an attack or a wake-up call?
We know that when things get bad there’s usually something good just beyond the dust-stirred horizon. I believe that this year was set before us with a two-fold purpose. First, with all that has been thrown at us, our response is what is being weighed and measured in both the eye’s of God and the enemy. God is rooting for us to prevail over the fleshly attacks of physical, emotional, and spiritual injustices. The devil is just a liar. Second, there’s something coming that we need to be ready for: The Harvest.
The above scripture from Zechariah I believe is a foreshadowing of what’s next: peace, prosperity, and people inducted into the Kingdom. It’s the inheritance of those who have humbly submitted themselves as bond-servants to the Most High.
If I could give this one bit of advice:
Put away your fleshly quarrelling among yourselves and seek a moral higher ground. Adopt the spirit of an Issachar son, one who is decisive and not divisive. Be harvesters of good and not of evil. Plant seeds that will produce bumper crops for your children and grandchildren to inherit. It is the promise of God.
Be Blessed and be a Blessing,
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