You may feel like you’re going through a dry season, but God is bringing the rain!
There are new things coming from Heaven right now that are meant to bring you into a deeper relationship with The LORD.
Yet, so many have been discouraged about their future. In fact, you may have felt like there is no hope or that you’re just ready for Jesus to come back.
But God isn’t finished with you. He still has many good plans and purposes for you — it’s time to plan long!
The enemy has tried to overrun us, but God is saying no more! Brooks of blessings are opening up that will wash away all the pain you’ve had to go through.
I want to help you jump into the brooks of blessings! This will allow God to move greatly in your life and circumstances. Here are a few tips to help you jump right in.
Pay attention to your dreams.
Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve shared that God is speaking through dreams right now. If you haven’t had any dreams, or you haven’t been able to remember them, there’s no need to be discouraged.
I encourage you to set aside some time today, and ask God to speak to you through your dreams tonight.
After you’ve prayed, be sure to watch for these 5 common dreams. I’ll give you some quick interpretations to get you started in understanding them:
- Teeth falling out: Reveals you are in need of direction.
- Flying without an airplane: Creativity or rising above life circumstances.
- Being late for something: A warning so you don’t miss anything!
- Having a baby: God is birthing something new in your life.
- Unable to move: Something is trying to hold you back.
If you’re having the kind of dreams you can’t remember, that’s so amazing!
These kinds of dreams are usually God speaking directly to your spirit. It’s okay if you don’t understand right now because God is working behind the scenes and within you.
All will be revealed in time!
Stretch out a bit!
God is increasing your energy and stamina, so don’t be afraid to get moving! Try new things, finish up old projects or even clean out that closet you’ve been meaning to get to.
New ideas and connections are becoming clear, so keep your eyes open. And don’t be afraid to consider new opportunities that may arise.
God is shifting things around. What you’ve been praying for may happen in a different way than you might expect.
Sow the good stuff.
Now is a time to be extra conscious about what you’re sowing on a daily basis!
“A man reaps what he sows. Whoever sows to please their flesh, from the flesh will reap destruction; whoever sows to please the Spirit, from the Spirit will reap eternal life. Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up,” Galatians 6:7–9 NIV.
- Begin to sow into the things of the spirit and not the feelings of your emotions.
- Spend time worshiping, reading, praying and decreeing Bible verses.
- Take communion and step away from things that are not good for you.
- Stop complaining and grumbling — sow blessings instead!
Remember to rest.
There’s lots of activity going on right now. This isn’t meant to stress you out, but to refresh you!
Enjoy all the good that is coming your way and remember to thank The LORD for every good gift He sends to you.
With these tips, you’re ready to dive right into the brooks of blessings! It’s time to start dancing in the river of God!
~ Doug Addison
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Doug Addison is a prominent conference speaker captivating audiences with clean stand-up comedy and high energy prophetic messages, also shared on TV, radio and the Internet for over a decade. He brings laughter, fun and a unique prophetic style while empowering people to transform their lives, discover their destiny and understand dreams, tattoos and piercings. His powerful messages stay with his audiences long after hearing him.