Justice is what love looks like in public…
But God’s not finished.
He’s waiting around to be gracious to you.
He’s gathering strength to show mercy to you.
God takes the time to do everything right—everything.
Those who wait around for him are the lucky ones.
Oh yes, people of Zion, citizens of Jerusalem, your time of tears is over.
Cry for help and you’ll find it’s grace and more grace.
The moment he hears, he’ll answer.
Just as the Master kept you alive during the hard times, he’ll keep your teacher alive and present among you.
Your teacher will be right there, local and on the job, urging you on whenever you wander left or right: “This is the right road. Walk down this road.”
You’ll scrap your expensive and fashionable god-images. You’ll throw them in the trash as so much garbage, saying, “Good riddance!”
God will provide rain for the seeds you sow. The grain that grows will be abundant.
Your cattle will range far and wide. Oblivious to war and earthquake, the oxen and donkeys you use for hauling and plowing will be fed well near running brooks that flow freely from mountains and hills.
Better yet, on the Day God heals his people of the wounds and bruises from the time of punishment, moonlight will flare into sunlight, and sunlight, like a whole week of sunshine at once, will flood the land.
“And when Paul had gathered a bundle of sticks, and laid them on the fire, there came a viper out of the heat, and fastened on his hand.
And when the barbarians saw the venomous beast hang on his hand, they said among themselves, No doubt this man is a murderer, whom, though he hath escaped the sea, yet vengeance suffereth not to live.
And he shook off the beast into the fire, and felt no harm.” Acts 28:3-5
Decree for You
My beloved. Though you be attacked by evil intending to take your life, you will in no wise suffer harm. You will be saved from deadly attempts on your life. God’s protection will locate you and your family. I decree and declare you will walk away and your enemies will be amazed in Jesus’ mighty name.
Nobody can stop the sun from shining. Nobody can stop the moon from coming out in the night.
Nobody born of a woman shall be able to stop the grace of God from flowing into your life ceaselessly.
You will live long and not die untimely. You will remain a cheerful giver and never a shameless beggar. All that you have laboured for will not disappear before your eyes in Jesus name, Amen.
If тнe cloυdѕ вe ғυll oғ raιn, тнey eмpтy тнeмѕelveѕ υpon тнe earтн:..”
Every cloυd тнaт нaѕ вeen нeavy ѕιnce тнe вegιnnιng oғ тнe year вυт нaѕ noт delιvered yoυr raιn, тнιѕ very мonтн, leт ιт raιn нeavιly on yoυ.
Every eхpecтaтιon тнaт нaѕ reғυѕed тo мanιғeѕт ιn тнe pнyѕιcal ғor yoυ, мay тнe power oғ GOD draw ιт down, every нope тнaт ιѕ already мaĸιng yoυr нearт тo вecoмe weary wιll вe тυrned ιnтo ғυlғιlмenт.
мay yoυ realιze тнe proмιѕeѕ and dreaмѕ yoυ нave ғor тнιѕ year, and мay yoυ ѕιgн тнe relιeғ oғ “aт laѕт ιт ιѕ done” ιn Jesus’ мιgнтy naмe.
нave a grace ғιlled weeĸend!
I don’t know the kind of Red sea in front of you at the moment but I know you are an overcomer.
You will pass through.
God is paving the way.
Nothing can stop you.
I declare the mercy and favor of God over your life. May he take you through the junk and difficulties of the world. It shall be well with you forever and ever in Jesus Christ’ name.
“Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies: thou anointest my head with oil, my cup runneth over.” 〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️Psalms. 23:5〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️
My Beloved. This week heaven will open and there will be showers of blessings for you and your family. The good LORD will grant you grace to rejoice and supply your needs beyond your expectations. God will satisfy your soul with His Goodness and Mercy and put an end to all forms of struggle in your life, in Jesus’ Mighty Name—it is well with you. Good morning happy Wednesday and happy new week.
“And he said, Thy name shall be called no more Jacob, but Israel: for a prince hast thou power with God and with men, and hast prevailed.” Genesis: 32:28.
No More Failure
My Beloved. It doesn’t matter the battles you are fighting right now, as the LORD liveth, you shall prevail over them. I decree and declare into your life, no more defeat, no more failure, no more disappointment and no more toiling without results, God Almighty will visit you in a way you never imagined, it is well with you in Jesus’ Mighty Name. Good morning and happy Monday.
I pray for you this day. You will not toil in vain. Every good thing your hands have started, your hands will complete.
The Lord shall anoint your head afresh, and your cup shall overflow.
As you lift up your eyes to God from today and beyond, favor shall locate you, men and women shall help you, and you shall also be a blessing to your generations in Jesus’ Mighty Name!
Have a grace filled Monday.
Eight Characteristics of a Prophet
- A prophet has a close relationship with God who reveals to them the desires of his heart. Amos 3:7. The prophet sees events and people from God’s perspective, not from a human point of view.
- Being in such a close relationship and close communication with God, the prophet often feels God’s grief over his peoples rebellion and sin. The prophet understands God’s purpose, plans and desires many times better than anyone else, which means that he or she also experience God’s emotions and responses. The prophet not only hears God’s voice but also feels God’s heart. Jeremiah 6:11, 15:16-17; 20:9.
- Like God, the prophet deeply loves God’s people. When the people hurt, the prophet feels deep pain (See the book of Lamentations.) A true prophet wants God’s best for them -Ezekiel 18:23, which means faithfully delivering messages that offer warnings and correction as well as words of hope, comfort and encouragement.
- The prophet knows that it is always best for the people to have complete trust and loyalty to God. For this reason, this servant warns them not to depend on human wisdom, wealth, power or false gods -Jeremiah 8:9-10; Hosea 10:13-14; Amos 6:8.. The prophets continually urge the people to live by God’s standards and covenant requirements in order to enjoy God’s freedom and benefits.
- The prophet is extremely sensitive to sin and evil -Jeremiah 2:12–13, 19; 25:3–7; Amos 8:4–7; Micah 3:8, which means that he or she is impatient with cruelty, crime, immorality and injustice. What might appear to most people as just a slight deviation from God‘s law is seen as a disaster by the prophet. He has little tolerance for moral and spiritual compromise, complacency, hypocrisy and excuses -Isaiah 32:11; Jeremiah 6:20; 7:8–15, 21-23; Amos 4:1; 6:1. Many times better than anyone else, the prophet shares God’s love of righteousness and goodness and God’s hatred of wickedness and evil -Hebrew 1:9.
- The prophet constantly challenges people for their lack of spirituality and tries desperately to encourage true obedience to God’s law. The prophet is dedicated totally to God, hating half-hearted commitments and demanding complete faithfulness to God.
- The prophet has a vision for the future. Sometimes it is expressed in predictions of disaster and destruction -Isaiah 63:1-6; Jeremiah 11:22-23; 13:15–21; Ezekiel 14:12-21; Amos 5:16-20, 27.
- Finally, the prophet is often a person of loneliness and sorrow Jeremiah 14:17-18; 20:14-18; Amos 7:10-13; Jonah 3-4.. Prophets are often persecuted by godly leaders and mistreated by false prophets who are predicting peace, prosperity and security for rebellious people -Jeremiah 15:15; 20:1-6; 26:8-11; Amos 5:10; Matthew 23:29–30 36; Acts 7:51-53.
These are some of the main characteristics of a prophet or prophetess.