The Father says:
“In order for something to grow, a seed must be planted. The speaking process is a planting process. When you speak My Word, you plant My Word in your heart. What you plant in your heart you will see in your life. Planting My Word in your heart is My means of making Jesus visible in your life. What you sow becomes what you see. The law of sowing and reaping is a SPIRITUAL PRINCIPLE. It does not only apply to man. For example, the Father sowed a Son so that He could reap many sons. The enemy has been spending years sowing terror, fear, confusion, and dismay among God’s people. In this season, He is about to REAP terror, fear, confusion, and dismay at the HANDS Of God’s people, because they will know who they are. Therefore, those whom the enemy has oppressed will be used to oppress the enemy. Those whom the enemy has made to shed tears will be used to cause crying in the enemy’s camp. This is the season that things are made right. This is the season where the enemy learns to fear those who bear His Name.
MY PEOPLE WILL WALK IN MORE ANOINTING DURING THIS SEASON THAN IN ANY PREVIOUS TIME.”
The first day of spring was March 20, and for many, springtime represents a season of new beginnings, new life, and new growth. Many of us can parallel the physical seasons of weather and our geographic area with the spiritual seasons we walk out daily with the Lord. If you live in a place like Huntsville, spring, summer, and fall are beautiful seasons to enjoy. However, wintertime is filled with bitterly cold days, with little to no white, “Hallmark movie” snow to show for it. Winter can be a time that, for many, represents death, sorrow, and misery. The fact is, we forget many times that the things around us are growing stronger and more rapidly during this season than at any other time of the year.
You see, we are women who like to touch, know, and feel what is happening in our surroundings and reality. We find it difficult to look past our emotional perspective and see that the Father’s hand never stops working, despite what our seasonal room might look like. We often struggle to grasp that the canvas set out for this journey isn’t there so we can hesitate while we’re growing weary or stop when we’re broken. It’s believing that, beyond what’s happening in the outer courts of our lives, His voice and His truth will never stop shaping, molding, and creating our process.
True growth happens and is defined simply by our response to the Beloved’s call~regardless of how tattered and torn the wilderness room may look. It’s a knowing that He finds pleasure not in our tears, but in the moments in which He sees us through the storm, running after the wind, and into His courts of praise. Our inner court of holiness is strengthened and defined when we can stand on the frontlines of circumstance, believing that He created our hands for power and we were designed to shake nations~when we know that our voice is purposed to shout truth and tuned for the glory in His return. Growth is determined by how many times He rains down blessing or shines through us like the sun. Seasonal growth is a positioning that we choose to make every morning when our feet touch the ground.