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|Posted on June 1, 2018 at 11:55 AM|
JUNE 1, 2018
I keep hearing "YOU ARE THE PLANTING OF THE LORD" in my spirit. I found a 4-foot tomato plant in the backyard yesterday, just sprung up out of nowhere! It has 12 tiny tomatoes on it. A cluster of 7, a cluster of 3, and a cluster of 2. My sister said they have not planted tomatoes since Kyla was a few months old, she is 12 now! 12 is Apostolic Divine Government, 7 is the Spirit of God, 3 is Perfect Completion, 2 is Being set apart.
The Lord said "Your lives are about to flourish and sprout the fruit of the seeds that have lain dormant in the ground for years. Fresh Fruit of the Spirit is coming. I am the Vine, you are the branches, you have done well by remaining in Me. I am about to catapult you into your destiny. The ground is being healed and beginning to produce fruit. The seeds sown long ago are coming in to produce a harvest. The resurrection of OLD DEAD THINGS ARE COMING FORTH WITH NEW LIFE!"
Then He led me to Psalm 126 "Restored", Psalm 21 "Through Your Strength" and Isaiah 61:3
Psalm 21 The Passion Translation (TPT)
Through Your Strength
21 For the end time, to the Pure and Shining One King David’s poem of praise
1 Lord, because of your strength the king is strong.
Look how he rejoices in you!
He bursts out with a joyful song because of your victory!
2 For you have given him his heart’s desire, anything and everything he asks for. You haven’t withheld a thing from your betrothed one.
3 Rich blessings overflow with every encounter with you,
and you placed a royal crown of gold upon his head.
4 He wanted resurrection—you have given it to him and more!
The days of his blessing stretch on one after another, forever!
5 You have honored him and made him famous.
Glory garments are upon him,
and you surround him with splendor and majesty.
6 Your victory heaps blessing after blessing upon him.
What joy and bliss he tastes, rejoicing before your face!
7 For the king trusts endlessly in you,
and he will never stumble, never fall.
Your forever-love never fails and holds him firm.
8 Your almighty hands have captured your foes.
You uncovered all who hate you and you seized them.
9–10 When you appear before them,
unveiling the radiance of your face,
they will be consumed by the fierce fire of your presence.
Flames will swallow them up.
They and their descendants will be destroyed by an unrelenting fire.
11 We will watch them fail, for these are ones who plan their evil schemes against the Lord.
12 They will turn and run at the sight of your judgment-arrow
aimed straight at their hearts.
13 Rise up and put your might on display!
By your strength, we will sing and praise your glorious power!
Psalm 126 The Passion Translation (TPT)
1 It was like a dream come true
when you freed us from our bondage and brought us back to Zion!
2 We laughed and laughed and overflowed with gladness.
We were left shouting for joy and singing your praise.
All the nations saw it and joined in, saying,
“The Lord has done great miracles for them!”
3 Yes, he did mighty miracles and we are overjoyed!
4 Now, Lord, do it again! Restore us to our former glory!
May streams of your refreshing flow over us until our dry hearts are drenched again.
5 Those who sow their tears as seeds[a]
will reap a harvest with joyful shouts of glee.
6 They may weep as they go out carrying their seed to sow,
but they will return with joyful laughter and shouting with gladness as they bring back armloads of blessing and a harvest overflowing!
Psalm 126:5 Or “sow their seeds with tears.” A sower weeps when he sows his precious seed while his children are hungry. This is a picture of sacrificing what little we have for the harvest to come.
Isaiah 61:2-3 Amplified Bible
2 To proclaim the acceptable year of the Lord [the year of His favor] [a]and the day of vengeance of our God, to comfort all who mourn, 3 To grant [consolation and joy] to those who mourn in Zion—to give them an ornament (a garland or diadem) of beauty instead of ashes, the oil of joy instead of mourning, the garment [expressive] of praise instead of a heavy, burdened, and failing spirit—that they may be called oaks of righteousness [lofty, strong, and magnificent, distinguished for uprightness, justice, and right standing with God], the planting of the Lord, that He may be glorified.