It’s Your Time!

God is Moving you into a New Level, a New Dimension, and a New Season.

“To everything there is a season, a time for every purpose under heaven” –
Ecclesiastes 3:1

Every aspect of our lives is as to a season and there is a purpose for those seasons. The events of your life are not accidental. There are seasons you didn’t want to go through but through those seasons you’ve learned valuable lessons.

There are seasons you’ve gone through that you don’t know why you had to endure, however, in the midst of that season, you’ve asked yourself, will I ever get out of this? Beloved, I, as your brother in Christ can testify, I have gone through some of these seasons where I have asked all of the above and then some. I have cried. I have screamed. I have hit rock bottom not knowing if I was going to make it, and if I made it if I would still have my right mind.

Just because you are going through or have gone through a rough season doesn’t mean God is finished with you because “He who has begun a good work in you will complete it until the day of Jesus Christ” (Philippians 1:6).

In nature, seeds are planted, seeds grow, seeds fulfill their purpose and seeds die. Winter and spring are seasons of preparation. Plants that have died during the previous season decay and help replenish nourishment for the soil. Even death has a purpose in nature. Even in seasons of death, growth and development takes place. There are some things in our lives that must die in order for you to reach that level of growth that God has predestined you to obtain. Remember, when Isaiah was called into the ministry (Isaiah 6)? I think it is significant that the death of King Uzziah took place and immediately afterwards, Isaiah “saw the Lord high and lifted up” (Isaiah 6:1). The point that I want to make is that, Isaiah saw greatness during a season of death. Think about it, in order to have life in Christ we must put to death the flesh. Then as the late winter and early spring comes the soil is plowed and made ready. Seeds are planted, cultivated and flourished. In summer and fall, crops mature and are gathered. Beloved, get your buckets ready, prepare your barns, because God is getting ready to open the windows of Heaven and pour into your cup blessings that will overflow to the point you will have to drink from the saucer.

In Genesis 8:22. The scripture reads…”While the earth remaineth, seedtime and harvest (seasons) and cold and heat, and summer and winter, and day and night shall not cease.” This scripture also gives us a basic description of seasons. We can surmise from this scripture that seasons, biblically, are divided into two categories… seasons of seedtime (preparation) and seasons of harvest (reaping from what has been sewn during the season of seedtime). One of the challenges on this walk is discovering which season you are in. Often we are trying to reap when it is time to plant. Then we try to plant when it’s time to reap. During seedtime it is challenging to plant seeds when the ground is dry and when the ground is hard. The work becomes difficult– your hands sometimes will bleed, your backs gets sore, your arms and shoulders may ache and to top it all off you become thirsty. Furthermore, you can’t expect to reap if you have not planted. But you know what is so great about the season of labor, what is so awesome to experience? THE RAIN! Rain will break up tough ground. There are some tough situations you have been in– maybe you’re in one right now or getting ready to walk in one. Guess what? Even during that time God has a way that is mighty sweet. He will send RAIN. Whether you are in your season of preparation or your season of harvest– IT’S YOUR TIME! Each of those seasons is an opportunity for great blessings. It is important that you have the same amount of joy during your season of planting as you do your season of reaping. Knowing that God is preparing you for something prodigious is just as exciting as receiving the abundance.

Don’t you give up now Beloved! Don’t relent. IT’S YOUR TIME. “So let’s not allow ourselves to get fatigued doing good things. At the right time we will harvest a good crop if we don’t give up or quit” (Galatians 6:9). I know from experience it will feel like you’re so dry and empty and your mind is saying “this is ridiculous” and the devil is telling you it’s not worth it.

The devil is telling you it’s over, it’s dead, and it’s never going to happen.
Those dreams, visions and prophecies are never going to come to pass.

You’re never going to start that ministry.
You’re never going to write that book.
You’re never going to see your children saved.
You’re never going to birth that business idea.
You’re never going to get out of debt.

I want to speak to your spirit like Elijah said to Ahab: “Up on your feet! Eat and drink- celebrate! Rain is on the way, I hear it coming” (I Kings 18:41). That’s right, God is getting ready to shift your season. You’re getting ready to tap into a renewed anointing and a brand new source of the glory and the power of God and you’re going to be elevated with a new boldness and a new faith and determination. You’re going to go into the enemy’s camp and you’re going to take back everything he robbed from you. I pray and speak into your life a drought-breaking anointing.

bINpowered,™

D.K. Kearney

©2013

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4 thoughts on “It’s Your Time!

  1. great post! we forget at times that everything works out according to God’s perfect plan. If we would hold on to hope and never give up, we will reap our harvest.

  2. Wow!!! This is deep, it’s definitely a moment in time for me. As I reflect on Ecc. 3:9 the preacher inscribes “What do people really get for all their hard work? Pastor this message captivates the thoughts, concerns and doubts of many and addresses the issues of the heart. I know because I have experienced these seasons and witness that I didn’t give up and now, “IT’S MY TIME”… Vs. 10-14 I have seen the burden God has placed on us all. Yet God has made everything beautiful for its own time. He has planted eternity in the human heart, but even so, people cannot see the whole scope of God’s work from beginning to end. So I concluded there is nothing better than to be happy and enjoy ourselves as long as we can. And people should eat and drink and enjoy the fruits of their labor, for these are gifts from God. And I know that whatever God does is final. Nothing can be added to it or taken from it. God’s purpose is that people should fear him..To say any farther on this subject is needless, as the words themselves give in general their own meaning. You answered it .. Grateful Servant, Pastor Sharon

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