I had a dream last night where I saw myself calling home from a hotel room. My husband answered and said, “Wow, it’s so early, do you know what time it is? I looked at the clock as he said, “It’s 6:15 in the morning!”
Then I awoke, stumbled into the kitchen to start my day and noticed that I had woke up at 6:15! God was confirming His word!
Hotels speak of transition, so I knew God was speaking about coming out of transition and the dawning of a new day. I began to pray and go through the Word of God to see what He was saying.
Two verses stood out to me. Hebrews 6:10 and Hebrews 6:15. Here’s what they say:
“For God is not unjust to forget your work and labor of love which you have shown toward His name, in that you have ministered to the saints, and do minister,” Hebrews 6:10.
I believe this is the hinge of the promise that follows in verse 15. It’s about faithfully serving God’s people, because as we serve others, we also serve Him.
This act of love is never forgotten by our Father, and He faithfully rewards those who love Him! In this portion of scripture God was confirming the fact that He blessed Abraham, repeating the words,
“Surely blessing I will bless you, and multiplying I will multiply you,” Hebrews 6:14.
“And so, after he had patiently endured, he obtained the promise,” Hebrews 6:15.
What time is it? It’s the time of God’s promises being fulfilled!
God has seen your faithfulness to hold on and continue walking in love and patient endurance. He has not forgotten you! It’s time to confess with our mouth and believe in our heart as we make our decrees to call forth the long-awaited promises of God!
I Decree: This is my Kairos time. I call forth the manifestation of the multiplied blessings of God, for it is written in Hebrews 6:14 that you have blessed me and brought forth multiplication on my behalf.
I Declare: That You are faithful to remember my labors of love as I have ministered to others and to You, according to Hebrews 6:10.
I Decree: That this is the time that I will obtain the promises of God and that You are fulfilling them now according to Hebrews 6:15.
I Declare: This is the timing of God to bring the promise to birth for it is written in Isaiah 66:9 that You do not bring to the moment of birth and not cause delivery. Therefore, let the womb of God bring forth the new things that You have appointed for my life, according to Isaiah 55:11.
I Declare: That nothing is too difficult for the LORD and the moment of birth has arrived according to Genesis 18:14 and Genesis 21:2.
- For my children’s salvation, healing and deliverance.
- For birthing new ministry, plans and purposes.
- For the restoration of my health.
- For restoration of finances, land or property.
- (Name the promise you’ve been believing for.)
I Decree: This is a time of expansion and enlargement according to Isaiah 54:2.
I Decree: This is a time of the double blessing and rejoicing in our portion according to Isaiah 61:7.
Thank You, Father, for always watching out for me and my loved ones. Thank You that You are faithful to honor Your promises and that this is the time of rejoicing and celebrating with You in the new things that You are birthing in my life! In Jesus’ name, amen.
“Enlarge the place of your tent, and let them stretch out the curtains of your dwellings; do not spare; lengthen your cords, and strengthen your stakes,” Isaiah 54:2.
“Instead of your shame you shall have double honor, and instead of confusion they shall rejoice in their portion. Therefore in their land they shall possess double; everlasting joy shall be theirs,” Isaiah 61:7.
~ Laura Gagnon
Laura Gagnon is a woman who has been blessed with the gift of understanding God’s restorative work through her own personal experience. Through her insights and revelation, God has led her to influence many individuals into a restored relationship with Jesus Christ. She is a woman who stands on the promises of God, encouraging others in an elevated expectation of the miraculous and declares the gift of His life. Laura is the author of Healing the Heart of a Woman and writes for her blog, Beyond the Barriers.