Wheeeww listen!! It’s been a minute since I last blogged! I’m finally at the tail end (for now) of my assignment. I was studying for a major test which is now behind me, in the process of writing my second book – it’s finished and will drop soon, WHOOP, WHOOP! All while planning for books 3 – 7. Yes, three through SEVEN! When it rains, it pours. Just imagine trying to finish your second book, and oodles of ideas flood your mind! Listen, the fight for concentration was REAL! Lol.
So, the other night before bed, I made a prayer and petition to the Lord. I asked him to reveal something to me in my dreams. I said, "Your will be done" I believed my heart was open and I was ready for whatever way His will would be.
He Revealed His will. If you didn’t know, God has a tremendous sense of humor, I mean it’s out of this world (literally). My dream was opposite of what I expected and wanted His will to be. Once I realized that my dream was not my "desires" I went back to sleep and said, "OK, God, let’s try this
“How long will you neglect to go and possess the land which the Lord God of your fathers has given you?” ~ Joshua 18:3
Joshua said this to the seven remaining tribes who have yet to receive their inheritance. The seven tribes knew that they were due a blessing in the form of land, it was a promise from the Lord.
Usually, when we hear or receive a promise from God, we like to believe we are on the first thing smokin’ and are gunning for what’s ours.
However, this is not so for the seven remaining tribes. For some reason, Joshua had to remind them what was theirs. It was almost like they were waiting for Joshua's command as if the initial instructions were not enough.
And she says… Send for me, Barak! - (Based on Judges 4)
There he is, a man of authority, walking with his chin up, yet with his shoulders down, contemplating his journey with thoughts running through his mind. As Barak proceeds towards Deborah, I can only imagine what he's feeling.
Perhaps joy, because God has a specific tailor-made word for him?
Or could it be fear, since he’s been called out of his hiding place?
As we read Judges 4, we find out that Deborah, a prophetess, and Judge of Israel, has
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