of rainbows and plagues
Genesis 9:14,15 “And it shall come to pass, when I bring a cloud over the earth, that the rainbow shall be seen in the cloud: And I will remember my covenant, which is between me and you and every living creature of all flesh; and the waters shall no more become a flood to destroy all flesh.”
“After the flood and the sacrifice, God placed a rainbow in the sky as a sign and a promise to never flood the earth again. We now shake off this pandemic like an old garment burning it in the fire. And now gather around His altar to thank him for his covering. There is an olive branch laying at our feet.” Ihop Alabaster House America
Sing of His goodness, his blessings upon you this day. Our hearts are both sad and glad. We have lost so much to this sickness, this plague.
God spoke recently in a dream, “This pandemic has run its course.”
Then He showed a great rainbow over the earth.
What began, also has an ending. Our hearts have been touched by the hardships and losses, suffering for those that struggle, carrying their burdens as we are called to do.
But Jesus said, “My yoke is easy and my burden is light.”
Many prayers have been lifted to the Threshold of God and the bowls are tipping in response. The angelic ministers have taken hold of the incense bowl edge, lifting it high into the Kingdom of God. Breath of God breathes into the contents as it overflows. We are touched by the Father’s response, His love that surpasses anything that we could manufacture on earth. Our flesh falls sharply short of creating a cure for this disease, and God sees the need and the struggle. Do you feel the pull at your flesh as the answer comes, an anointing that dresses the wounds and heals the flesh? Lungs begin to strengthen, inhaling the rarified air of God’s exhale. We are captured by His gaze upon us and the Son’s intercession has been nonstop in these dark hours. Holy Spirit brings comfort in our time of mourning, in our distress. The chasm that sought to destroy us is filled with a river that flows with life straight from the Throne of God.
Grieve beloved, for the night is upon us.
Be not “like those children sitting in the marketplace and calling out to each other: “‘We played a flute for you, but you did not dance; we sang a dirge, and you did not cry.’”
We will dance at His arrival. In our death serenade we will cry. Yes beloved, we will grieve for this dark night that has now come upon us. And we will anticipate the joy that comes in the morning, knowing this dark night will not last. For there is a Kingdom waiting to be brought down to the world, so that those in the darkness might see the great light. He taught His disciples to pray, “Your Kingdom Come” and “Your Will be Done.”
You will have your inheritance. This Righteousness has been set aside for God’s children that enter into the Kingdom, that prepared for the wedding and received an invitation from the Holy Spirit. It is His doing, the Spirit working within us, showing Christ’s love to a thousand generations.
Now bring forth His beauty in this moment of ugliness, for this darkness cannot stay. It is right there inside of you beloved.