Get ready: the cloud formation is changing…..

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God: prepares the clouds to bring the blessings…

1 Kings 18:41 “And Elijah said unto Ahab, Get thee up, eat and drink; for there is a sound of abundance of rain”.

We all like the perfect storm; go to bed in the night and have it come and do it’s thing in the night, the earth get nourished and restored, the reservoirs are filled and the grass get fed with the water to keep it going.

But ideally, when the cloud formation arrives in our lives, they cause distraction, destruction, lives might be lost and chaos ensues. Nothing pleasing and enjoyable to report home about.

However, when God sends a storm, it is because He will use that storm and the rain that comes with it to bring about needed and necessary changes in our lives; after the storm positive things start occurring in our lives.

The most decisive event for me after a storm is when the sun starts to shine, the heaviness goes away, the cloud formation turns to bright skies and in a spiritual level, the windows of heaven opens and brings about the held up blessings.

Beloved, if you have been looking at the clouds for any period of time, know that it is about to change and showers of blessings are about to fall into your life.

Go eat that meal the prophet spoke about, because as soon as it is over, the blessings will start to pour out: I hear the abundance of rain about to be released and I know I am positioning myself to be soaked with the blessings…


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8 Responses to Get ready: the cloud formation is changing…..

  1. Wally Fry says:

    How very cool. Elijah is on my heart and mind as well.

  2. I sooooo needed to hear this! Thank you for being obedient in sharing this message from God.

  3. Equipping The Saints says:

    A pastor friend once said that as believers in Christ, we are either, “in a storm,” “leaving a storm,” or “entering a storm.” That thought pattern seems to hang over most of our lives. Thanks for your post; as usual, it is very good.

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