In the biblical season between the Resurrection and Pentecost, and between Pesach and Shavuot, the Lord’s hand is in the center of our lives. The brightness of His shining comes, overturning many things not aligned with His will for us, while strengthening our confidence to receive the harvest He intends. If it were not for the Lord on our side, the future would not be so bright.
In this prophetic season we express hope and dreams in harvest terms. We sow seeds at the beginning, expecting a supernatural harvest. Patience is an ally in this process, while offenses and being offended are luxuries we cannot afford. We lead like Deborah and gather with generals. We belong with Issachar’s tribe, knowing stakes are high for everyone concerned. Like Deborah and those with her, we have fullness and fulfillment. We’ll come full circle!
We call for a harvest of our prayers—we lay claim to our portions of God-design, overturning haughty plans that threaten. In every place and on every side, we receive answered prayer. Gleaning in fields pre-ordained for us, timing’s invitation finally comes, and we step into it. We are princes in the royal line of our Lord with strategy and courage for exploits.
Aim above the crowd. Your portion is there.