Saturday, 7 September 2013

The honey is ready: taste and see that the Lord is good!

For seven days since 30 August, I've been in a type of "prophetic bubble" and over the years I've learned that God often gets my attention by odd physical occurrences.

It started on the Friday evening, just as I was leaving home for the prayer meeting - a dove dropped out of our chimney into the grate. My sons and I managed to catch it and set it free out of the windows.
This was followed on the Sunday evening private time with Jesus with a vision of a stream moving gently through a wooded area - then the landscape changed to an urban setting and the stream continued to flow along the street - slowly rising onto pavements etc. This was followed by the scripture Ish 51 v 3 which says; "For the Lord will comfort Zion, He will comfort all her waste places; He will make her wilderness like Eden, And her desert like the garden of the Lord; Joy and gladness will be found in it, Thanksgiving and the voice of melody."

And now the honey! Within this week, whilst at our fellowship leadership team meeting, had a still picture of two massive bee hives hanging to the side of the tree. No bees evident but heard in my spirit, "the honey is ready" - two days later as whilst trying to get to sleep I kept getting a waft/smell  of honey around me - so light on and into the scriptures AND Song of Solomon 4 very 11. It speaks of the Grooms kisses dripping as the honeycomb etc.

So......... I sense the Father is saying to us that "it is time". The things that have been held back are now released; blockages have been removed and we are free to reach out for those things that have either eluded us and/or been too hard to achieve. the stream of His presence will flow and increase into our physical lives and become tangible. As we reach out to Him during this time we will know the kiss of Christ (fresh revelation of Jesus) and we will soon take delivery of our inheritance (which is Christ Jesus).

Taste and see - the Lord is good.

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