On the night of May 4, 2023, I saw that I was standing in a room in our home, and was looking out the window.
There was rain falling. An abundant amount of rain was coming down. The drops were very small, but there were a lot of them; so many, in fact, it was restricting visibility.
When considering this Vision, the words “Fine Rain” kept coming to my mind.
When I looked up the word “fine,” it had several different meanings, partly depending on how it is used.
- If it is used as an adjective, it can mean “delicate; tin; flimsy; handsome; top-quality; excellent; sharp; sharpened; refined; purified; elegant.”
- As an adverb, it can mean “very well or excellently.”
- As a noun, it can mean “monetary penalty, punishment which involves the payment of a specified sum of money.”
- As a verb, it can mean “to punish with a fine, impose a tax upon; refine, purity; become fine or finer; make thin or thinner, reduce; clarify.”
I would propose it means all of the above (maybe excepting for “handsome”).
The LORD is moving in a way that is bringing great blessing to His People, while bringing judgement and penalty upon those who have sown wickedness — all at the same time — and He is doing it in such a way that only He can.
And, of course, rain symbolizes revival, resurrection, harvest, God’s favor, abundance, blessing, and more.
Rain brings harvest! (Good and bad)
The small drops add up to huge amounts of water, and I believe this ties in to the word I released earlier yesterday, “Beauty of My Plan”.
This is the first of several visions I’ve had of rain coming in very small drops, but in copious amounts. Hallelujah!
“Ask The LORD for rain In the time of the latter rain. The LORD will make flashing clouds; He will give them showers of rain, Grass in the field for everyone.” Zechariah 10:1
Declare : “Rain down, you heavens, from above, And let the skies pour down righteousness; Let the earth open, let them bring forth salvation, And let righteousness spring up together. I, The LORD, have created it.” Isaiah 45:8
May The LORD’s Blessings fall upon you and yours as copious rain!
~ Marietta Wilkinson