But with righteousness He shall judge the poor and decide with equity for the meek of the earth: He shall strike the earth with the rod of His mouth, and with the breath of His lips He shall slay the wicked.  – Isaiah 11:4

Jehovah Sabaoth–the Lord of Hosts. He is your protector. He fights for you. He is a righteous and fair Judge. Through the blood of Christ, His judgment is in your favor. He stands against the chaos of this world and the wicked flee.

Declaration: I have supernatural protection and sanity over my heart, mind, and emotions. King Jesus fights for me. My case is settled today.

The Harvest

God is absolutely good. He does not bring death and destruction. Why do we see it then? The Bible teaches us there is a system in place. Many good-hearted, faithful Christians are living oppressed because they do not understand this system but the Bible is very clear: every thought, word, action, every intention and desire of the heart – fall into the system.

“My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge. Because you have rejected knowledge, I also will reject you from being priest for Me; Because you have forgotten the law of your God, I also will forget your children.” – Hosea 4:6

Lack of knowledge of what? The lack of knowledge of the LORD’s system that governs your life – the system that teaches, “You reap what you sow.”

God did not design this system to punish you, but to prosper you! It works like this: when your thoughts, words, actions, intentions and desires are aligned with His word, you have a harvest full of prosperity. Since many of His people do not understand God’s governing system, they are “perishing” or being oppressed by their own doing and don’t even know it!

The enemy is a legal devil. He knows the word of God better than most Christians. Because of this, he is quick to take your harvest to the LORD for judgment. God, in His mercy, holds your adversary off as long as He can to give you time to turn back to Him, but there comes a time when God can no longer delay. He must pronounce His judgment.

Now that you have this revelation, start living life like a farmer. Be aware of the seeds – thoughts, words, actions, attitudes – you sow. Today is a good day to dig up the seeds sown in bitterness, anger, rage, and unforgiveness. The harvest is coming! Make sure yours is of God’s goodness and not His judgment. It’s up to you.