In this season, I believe the Lord is talking to those who have sown and sown and sown. By "sown" I'm referring to sowing finances, prayer, time or resources into your family, church, region or nation.
A Harvester of Enormous Proportions
When we became Christians, we were taught to sow and what it means to sow. Sowing is part of the new nature. Our God is such an outrageous giver, so naturally, His children should also be givers/sowers. What we forget is our God is also a reaper; a harvester of enormous proportions. Many parables in the Word of God speak of sowing and reaping, never just sowing.
This is an appointed time for the sowers to become reapers. It's time for us to gather our harvest. Why is this so important? It breaks God's spiritual laws when we only sow an...
"Speak to the Land! A Season of Harvest and Reaping!"
A Vision of the Harvest
Since we entered the new Hebrew year 5779 (2019) in early September, the Lord has continually spoken to me and given very clear instructions regarding this new season.As we have heard from many prophetic voices around the world, I believe this season depicts "The Harvest."
The Lord gave me a vision of this harvest. In this vision I saw the earth covered with large harvesting machines in every nation. The fields were white. I had a knowing these machines were working day and night. When I looked closer into the picture, each harvester was made up of people from every tribe, tongue and nation. It was hard to tell them apart. Everyone became one, all working together.
John 4:35-38 has been revealed to me recently in an exciting fresh way. I have personally witnessed many people coming to God and returning to God in nonconventional settings. Signs of his Grace are manifesting over and over again before our eyes as He takes the most broken vessels and uses them for His Glory.
September hosts Rosh Hashanah (Jewish New Year) which in Hebrew means "head of the year". It is the first of the High Holidays or Yamim Noraim "Days of Awe", celebrated ten days before Yom Kippur. Yom Kippur completes the annual period known in Judaism as the High Holy Days or "Days of Awe". The theme of Yom Kippur is atonement and repentance.
As we are swiftly approaching the most significant time in the Jewish calendar, there is a stirring...