poetry

Twelfth of Elul-Forty Days of Teshuvah

Day Twelve

September/Elul
Twelfth day Of this season
I’m beginning to see
Teshuvah has deep reason

The kingdom work
Created quite a stir
I am more than excited
Yet exhausted for sure

Working together
Side by side with Him
My Teshuvah Experience
Is like a spiritual gym

The work so rewarding
Though hard and dusty
We are breaking new ground
Never feels unjustly

He said we can talk later
About what seeds to sow
But first prepare the field
Or our harvest won’t show

© laurette laster Sept 12, 2019

A visitation from heaven, an encounter with Adonai, the Lord God, is serious business.

Why would The Lord visit? What invokes a visit? Is a meeting required? What can we find out?

Many visitations came through prayer, a time of pleading intercession, while lifting up our petitions to heaven. However “our” sense of timing is not ours. Time belongs to our Father. Time belongs to His kingdom creation. Our Sovereign Creator painstakingly set the purposes, the plans and every appointed time, for His people.

Encounters detailed in the Bible show evidence. Evidence of people, places, promises, landscapes, and destiny’s changed.

Rearranged and changed, plowed under, then freshly planted, sown with seeds of purpose, brought into right, and eternal alignment.

God said, and God saw.

Don’t miss your appointment. Eternal assignments are hidden in His glory. Our work is either eternal or futile, light or dark, good or evil.

The plow has been set for deep.
Plowing under what no longer is producing, exposing fresh new ground. Ground that will receive and nurture seeds, and produce fruit that will remain.

“Ani L’Dodi V’Dodi Li”

“You didn’t choose me, but I’ve chosen and commissioned you to go into the world to bear fruit. And your fruit will last, because whatever you ask of my Father, for my sake, he will give it to you!”
‭‭John‬ ‭15:16‬ ‭TPT‬‬

God bless you and keep you and make His face shine upon you and be gracious to you. The Lord cause His countenance to rise upon you and give you Shalom.

Until next time, thank you for listening with me. Laurette

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