Brokenness, Breakthrough: Do Not Despair!

 

I sense the LORD told me to write on Brokenness.

I am going to say to you what He is saying to me……

“There is nothing too broken and beyond repair.  Do not think like that.  Do not go there!

Dear children, I love you and yes I do care.  There is nothing too broken that I cannot repair.

You stay right there.  Do not give up and do not despair.  I have got this.

Keep your focus, and THRUST out your TRUST.  It is BREAKTHROUGH that is in the air.

I have heard your cry and even your sigh.  You said,  “It is too late, I feel I will die.”

Not so,”  says the LORD,  “for I have come to make you whole, you will live, and you will not die!

Though this time of pruning has been difficult to bear, fruit is growing and blossoms are just about to appear.

Buds are on the vine, birthing Divine and it is here.  You will bloom again,” says the LORD.

“Do not fear.  Though many hours and days you have wept and and even said, “I do not care, My heart is breaking thru so much despair.”

All agony and brokenness that you have experienced will disappear, all things are new for you.  A New Season and New Day.

Winter is over.  As you quiet yourself before Me, new life is here.  I will take you to the Spring Time.  You will live and breath in Heaven’s air.  Never, never, never despair.

There is a season for all things including the pruning, where barrennss and brokenness seems to be every where.

But the season has ended and life will flow again, finding yourself more mature than ever, and growing, and blossoming again.

There is growth in brokenness and barrenness.  Go with the Wind.

Do not fear when darkness ascends.  It cannot stay, for I AM there.

BREAKTHROUGH!  It is here.  Heaven is in the air!”

Amen.

 

~ Gail Manizak


Gail ManizakGail Manizak of The Power and Presence Ministry, is all about encouraging the Body of Christ as a Ministry of Intercession and contending for our communities, as a House of Prayer.

 


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