by: Darlene Collazo
I watched you shake in fear when the enemy surrounded you. Trials and tribulations shook you to your very core. In a moment of anxiety, you ran to save the harvest. Pulling the wheat off the threshing room floor, arms full, you ran towards the secret of the winepress. You thought you were saving the harvest. And yet, what you hold in your hands is simply a glimpse of what’s to come. My harvest is much greater than this.
You cry out for help, for a solution. All the while, My gaze is upon you. In spite of the opposition, in this place of difficulty I am calling out of you that which you didn’t even know existed.
I see your continued faithfulness, even in this messy and discouraging place. Tirelessly, you work toward your harvest, yet you don’t feel like you’re getting very far. Wait on Me, my child. I have not abandoned you. Be of good courage and I shall strengthen your heart. Wait, I say, on Me.
Your faithfulness in this place has not gone unseen. It is working in you a far greater work than you imagine!
Psalm 27:14, Judges 6, 2 Cor. 4:17