“Mourning to Morning”

I don’t know who this is for, but It’s Morning! That’s right. You are going from Mourning to Morning.

I heard this last night and my spirit was in total agreement. I received it for myself as well.

“Weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning (Psalm 30:5).

If your last season was filled with weeping, grieving, mourning, loss, sadness, depression, etc., Morning has come. The Son is shining on you. Things are beginning to bloom in every area of your life. New songs you will begin to sing. Dance in the rain (showers of blessings).

There is a song by Israel Houghton, and the lyrics go something like this:

“It’s a new season

It’s a new day

A fresh anointing

Is flowing my way

It’s a season of power

And prosperity

It’s a new season

And it’s coming to me.”

Just begin to make this your declaration. Even if you don’t feel any differently (yet); sing it and declare it with great expectation. This requires faith – so exercise your faith for yourself for once! Believe for You like you believe for others. Declare it is so!

I know you’re thinking: “What will this require of me?” I’m glad you asked. It is important that you stay connected or get reconnected to the One who controls the weather/seasons. His promises concerning you are “Yes” and “Amen.” No, you didn’t blow it in the last season; no matter what you did, or didn’t do. Something else that is required is belief and expectation. For it is written: “for he that cometh to God must believe that he is, and that he is a rewarder of them that diligently seek Him (Hebrews 11:6).” Believe Him; Seek Him; and get ready for your reward in this new season.

So, That Settles It. Confess, Repent, Reconnect, and enjoy the Morning. You are going from Mourning to Morning. Get ready. Believe it. Receive it. It’s your time. It’s your season. It is so!

He has sent me to tell those who mourn that the time of God’s favor to them has come, and the day of his wrath to their enemies. To all who mourn he will give: beauty for ashes; joy instead of mourning; praise instead of heaviness. For God has planted them like strong and graceful oaks for his own glory (Isaiah 61:2-3 TLB).