To the Weary Ones!
By Mary B Dovie
“Now repent of your sins and turn to God, so that your sins may be wiped away. Then
times of refreshment will come from the presence of the LORD, and he will again send you Jesus, your appointed Messiah,” Acts 3:19-20, NLT.
“My child, in times when your physical body is weary and your soul
is troubled, I will send a refreshing wind.
It will make the crooked places straight and guide your steps on the path to higher ground.
The storm clouds are rising up, but you are not to look at the clouds. You
are to look to Me. If you allow the chaos and confusion of the natural storm to mesmerize you, you will miss what I AM doing.
The voice of the thunder will declare My greatness, yes, even in the storms. I have prepared
you for this hour and trained your hands for war. Fight the good fight from your position in Me — sitting at my side in the heavenly realm.
Listen, you can hear the natural rains falling even now, but there are spiritual rains
falling too. The parched souls have waited with long yearnings for these Spirit rains.
Let them wash you and let the soil of your hearts be watered and replenished. Drink deeply from the wells of revelation that I open
up to you and yours today.
Prepare the way of the LORD, for I AM coming to My people. I will make Myself known to you. This may seem strange to some, but those who know Me will surly know My ways when they see it
come to pass.
I bless My loyal-hearted ones and refresh their souls with a holy kiss. Receive and rejoice. The fields are ripening quickly and the harvest work needs many hands. I release My peace and comfort
to you even now. All is well. Shalom.”
“He was saying to them, “The harvest is abundant [for there are many who need to hear the good news about salvation], but the workers [those available to proclaim
the message of salvation] are few. Therefore, [prayerfully] ask the LORD of the harvest to send out workers into His harvest,” Luke 10:2, AMP.
Job 36:32-33; 37:2, 4-5; Psalms 77:18;
107:28-30; 144:1-2; Proverbs 18:4; Isaiah 35:6-8; 40:3-4; 42:16; 45:2; Joel 2:23; Nahum 1:3; Malachi 3:1; Luke 3:5; 8:23-25; John 14:15-21; Acts 2:28; Ephesians 2:1-10; 1
Timothy 1:18; 6:11-13; James 5:7-8.
By Mary B. Dovie
“In God We Trust”
“Let God Arise & Let His enemies be scattered!”