In a vision, I saw a huge football stadium filled with people.
They weren’t screaming or cheering on a team, they were all perfectly aligned. I kept thinking to myself, they are in ‘FORMATION’.
They weren’t in uniform like the ideal depiction of a military unit. Everyone was so unique. Some individuals wore ponytails, some had curls, some had green hair and others had visible body piercings.
They are seemed united and ready to be sent out. I sense that we are still on the break of the greatest revival that’s ever been recorded in history.
“I AM calling My Sons and Daughters out of the desolate place to prophesy.
Miracles will flow from the hands of the ostracized. My Hand will be upon them and all will see and known that I AM the God and there is none beside Me.
Changing of The Guards!”
We are witnessing the Sauls of our time be publicly exposed and spiritually demoted.
God begin to speak to me about individuals who were once anointed, but have disobeyed God with their haughtiness, pride and ulterior motives.
Despite Saul’s mistakes, there are six qualities embedded in scripture that The Holy Spirit highlighted to me in prayer:
1. Saul took his work seriously.
In 1 Samuel 9:3, Saul’s father Kish lost his donkeys. Kish told Saul to go and search for them. Saul conducted a thorough search in all the hill country of Ephraim and the land of Shalishah.
His father had given him a job to do, and he did it thoroughly. He took his assignment seriously, which speaks to his character in his prime. God uses people who aren’t above the work that others may deem miniscule.
2. Saul was humble.
When Samuel told Saul about God having chosen him, he replied, “Who am I? Am I not a Benjamite, of the smallest of the tribes of Israel and my family the least of all the families of the tribe of Benjamin?” (1 Samuel 9:21).
3. Saul wasn’t boastful.
When his uncle asked him what Samuel had said, Saul told his uncle that Samuel said his donkeys had been found, but he did not tell his uncle about Samuel anointing him as king (1 Samuel 10:15-16).
4. Saul preferred the background.
When they selected him to be the king he hid himself in the baggage. He was a man who wanted to be hidden (1 Samuel 10:22).
5. Saul endured longsuffering.
When Saul went to his house, certain worthless men said, “How can this man deliver us?” They despised Saul, but he kept silent even though he was publicly anointed as king (1 Samuel 10:27).
6. Saul was forgiving.
In 1 Samuel 11:12-13, Saul came back victorious from the battle, some people wanted to kill the individuals who rejected Saul as king, but he would not allow anyone to be killed.
Saul came from honest and humble beginnings. Unfortunately, somewhere along his journey, his relationship with God begin to waver.
In the years where he and God seemed to be at odds, he lost the anointing of The Holy Spirit, he lost his humility, and he lost his kingdom.
Nevertheless, the reign of David is here.
The individuals whom God has anointed to reign, already know that their time to take the throne is coming swiftly.
I am writing to you! Walk in humility and with the confidence that God has already gone before you.
Your ascension will be public and you will accomplish mighty works in the name of Jesus.
“Ask for Wisdom and I Will Give It to You!”
The LORD is calling His People into deeper waters.
It is in the presence of God where we will find confirmation and instruction.
We are in the dawn of a new era and our relationship with God must be stronger than our faith in anyone or anything else.
What God is establishing on earth, will be seen by all and it will be a wonder. Be careful concerning what you release out of your mouth regarding this new area.
The hand of God is going to disrupt quite a few norms, but The LORD spoke to me clearly and said, “It will — by My Hand.”
Do Not Be Tempted Into Discouragement
The enemy has been sending strong delusions across the nations in an attempt to challenge the faith of the forerunners.
Use the breath in your body to speak life into the promises that God has given to you. Wear the promise of God as armor against the tactics of the enemy.
The fulfillment of God’s promise will undo years of longsuffering and disappointment.
The LORD is coming to turn your weeping into laughing.
The LORD is coming to turn your sadness into faith.
The LORD is coming to turn your weariness into dancing.
Wait I say on The LORD. Wait.
Now is the time to model the faith of Elizabeth. Even though your promise has been tested, GOD DID NOT LIE.
“And blessed is she who believed that there would be a fulfillment of what was spoken to her from The LORD,” Luke 1:45 ESV.
Receive this encouragement from The LORD. Refrain from entertaining the masterful deceptions of the enemy. The testing of your faith will produce much fruit and endurance.
You will not come out of this season empty handed, prepare to be amazed.
“And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus,” Philippians 4:7 ESV.
~ Dee Evans
Dr. Dee Evans is the founder of Dee Evans Ministries International and Koinonia Training and Consulting. She currently mentors ministers and leaders throughout the USA, Africa, and Pakistan. With a passion for training prophets and leaders for the 21st century church. Her ministry emphasizes the importance of worship, prayer, intercession, and deliverance. Chesapeake, VA.