Joseph had enough grain that he gathered that he was able to feed other cities for the next seven years of that famine. I leave you with this; don’t be lazy and unmotivated but keep your eyes in the fields and Jesus
The season of fruitfulness! In other words the season of your promise! This is a time in your life where everything starts paying off, all your faith, all your obedience, all your prayers and all the time spent with God and in His Word.
When I think about the word wait or rest, I think of how committed Elisha was to Elijah in second Kings chapter two right up to his departure. It showed how he followed him through each stage and the instructions were hold up meaning stop, wait, rest cause if you don’t see it you won’t receive it.
In life, there’s a system that works in cycles, and patterns throughout the year called seasons, seasons are all about change, these times can be very confusing. God made seasons, and cycles, and expects us to know about them, and understand them.
I’ve been doing worship for the last nine years at our church, and I also preach when called at our church or other churches, women’s conferences, etc. When I would get off the platform from a worship service or ministering a Word the enemy would play with my mind and tell me that it wasn’t effective, that it didn’t make sense and he would tell me no one was receiving off me.