Wednesday, June 8, 2011

the Appointed Time

There is a date notation in my Bible beside Habakkuk 2:2; it says 3/4/04. “Write down the revelation and make it plain on tablets so that a herald may run with it.” Wow. Seven years might seem like procrastination and perhaps it is that too, but on reading the passage again, my mind hovers over verse 3, “For the revelation awaits an appointed time; it speaks of the end and will not prove false.”  

In my Spirit, I believe we are living in the end time prophecies. I believe I was born for ‘such a time as this’. I believe I am ‘a voice of one calling in the desert, “Prepare the way for the Lord, make straight paths for him.”’

This blog is an effort to be faithful to the word of the Lord. It is an attempt to write and teach plainly what I hear is on the heart of the Father. It should also be clever and witty and sometimes make you laugh.

Isn’t it just more noise on the internet, you may ask. I hope not. I believe not. There is a fresh voice in heaven that is waiting to be expressed on earth. It’s more than one person can do. I’m going to complete my task and rejoice with others who bring another word.

It’s a work-in-progress. I’m listening to the Father and finding my voice. A few weeks ago, I decided and declared to my Man, I’m going to write a book, please don’t disturb me for a few hours. Fifteen minutes later, I emerged and he asked, Are you finished? No, I replied, but I decided it was too much work for today.

A book might be too big. Instead, I’ll be faithful with the revelation I’ve received. I’ll enjoy the process, and the people I’ll meet along the way. Thanks for coming on this journey with me.

Please leave comments and feedback; pretty please with a cherry on top.

3 comments:

  1. The journey is filled with excitement, but also waiting for the moment to express the Father's heart!

    Come Lord Jesus!

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  2. Good for you Andrea! I've been having similar thoughts and a similar urge lately, I take it as a confirmation of both of our callings. Kari T

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  3. @David, thanks for your support.

    Kari, I think we had a conversation like that the first time I came to your house for lunch - all those years ago. You have a voice, I'm looking forward to hearing it.

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