“Spring forward! I am watering the seeds of destiny over your life!”
- A Word of Encouragement
I love this season - this time of year. In Brisbane, Australia, today is the first day of Spring. It’s bursting with new life and possibilities. I hear the Lord saying, “It’s time to shake off the old and step into the new. New birth, new possibilities, new horizons.”
“Be careful not to make yourself compatible with Covid-19. While it’s important to honour authority and practice healthy behaviours, don’t let it become your new normal. The Kingdom is your normal, the Kingdom is your default, the Kingdom is how you operate, rule and govern.”
“Like Nehemiah, don’t come down from the great work you are doing.” I sense Him positioning us on the front foot in this season to lean in and go again! Run after the promises of God and what He has mandated you to release in the earth.
There is a fresh sound He’s releasing through you in the earth. Don’t be silenced, don’t be masked in the Spirit. Raise your voice - it’s still the Decade of Declaration! Nations will come; kings and priests will come to the brightness of your rising.
I was reminded of something Margaret Meade said, “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed people can change the world, indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.”
I sense God is speaking to the seed of the dream in your life today. Don’t despise the day of small beginnings. Jesus chose the fishermen, chose the tax collector. He chose the weak and foolish things of the world, the despised things, to confound the wise. He chose the most unlikely and crowned them for His purposes in the earth. So believe the call I have released over your life today!”
I encourage you, like little children, take Him at His word and let Him infuse you with faith and childlike wonder as you step into this day and season of destiny.
Song of Solomon 2:13 TPT “Can you not discern this day of destiny breaking forth around you? The budding vines of new life are now blooming everywhere. The fragrance of their flowers whispers, “there is change in the air.””
- Sarah Cheesman