Things Are About To Speed Up
One of our intercessors shared this with me today.
“I had a dream last night. In the dream they were posting new speed limit signs in residential areas. The speed limit said 55 MPH. I was shocked they would change the speed limit in a residential community. I believe the Lord may be saying that things are about to speed up.”
I not only believe that… we are seeing that.
⁃ Around the world there is an escalation of conflict. Israel is facing a historic rocket attack from Hamas and international pressure is mounting for Israel to de-escalate. This should be a major prayer point for us. First, that true PEACE would reign upon the region. Second, that America would stand by our ally.
⁃ There are concerns about rapidly rising prices as the economy is coming back and Covid restrictions are easing across the nation. We are all paying more for basic items. We need to pray for wisdom and trust God’s provision.
⁃ There is a speeding up of the secular progressive agenda that believes this new administration is more favorable to their anti-Christian goals. We need to pray for an awakening in the church.
Yes, there is a speeding up. But remember this, “where sin abounded, grace abounded much more” (Romans 5:20). Where there is an increase of sin, there is even more an increase of His Spirit.
I see a speeding up of the days ahead of His return. Pray, “Maranatha! Come Lord Jesus!”
I see a speeding up of true revival with His church. Pray to the Lord of the harvest that in these days that remain we would see a billion soul harvest in the global church and a 20,000 soul harvest in our local church.
I see a speeding up of signs, wonders and miracles. Pray that God would use you to bring His kingdom today into your home, workplace and school.
I see a speeding up of the fulfillment of His promises. The Lord called our church to be a church in revival. Pray that true revival would take hold of our hearts and transform our lives.
Things are speeding up and I am ready for the ride!
Join us this weekend for Pentecost Sunday and the conclusion of our series “Prelude to Pentecost”. I’m coming expecting. We look forward to seeing you there!