Out of the Wilderness and into a Season of Manifestation
Many of God's people are coming out of a season of hiddenness (wilderness) into a season of manifestation.
The Lord reminded me that when Jesus went into the wilderness, he came out full of the power of God's Spirit. Due to this, His influence increased.
”Jesus returned to Galilee in the power of the Spirit, and the news about Him spread throughout the surrounding region.” (Luke 4:14)
We are about to see an increase of influence around us as we come out of the wilderness clothed in God's Spirit.
It was by God's invitation that led Jesus by the Holy Spirit into the wilderness (Luke 4:1). But it was the devil that tried to test and torment Him through His wilderness time. Likewise, it is the same with us. When God invites us into the wilderness, He wants to minister intimately and tenderly to us. Always remember, He is the lover of our souls.
”Therefore I am now going to allure her; I will lead her into the wilderness and speak tenderly to her.” (Hosea 2:14)
We are coming out of the current hiddenness season leaning into Him. We are trusting Him like never before, believing Him like never before, listening for His voice like never before.
”Who is that coming up from the wilderness, leaning on her beloved?...” (Song of Solomon 8:5)
It's time for the Body of Christ to come out of the wilderness into manifestation. This looks different for everyone.
Right now amid all the turmoil, we are going to be startled to see the most significant manifestations of God's glory and power in remarkable ways.
I heard the Lord say, ”Don't waste your time in the wilderness; glean from your lover, and you will come out with power. Many publications will come out of this significant shift.” Listen closely and write down the words He shares; honour them as words that hold tremendous weight. Many are receiving future instructions and blue prints for the future times of manifestation that lie ahead.
Here is an important key to success: enjoy both the wilderness and the manifestation times; they are both necessary to produce lasting fruit.