Waiting in the Wings

For the earnest expectation of the creation eagerly waits for the revealing of the sons of God.

Tag: keys to the kingdom

The Key is to Ask

This image is the prophetic art of Meghan Williams of Dyed4you Art. The piece is called "The Seeker's Keys," and this meditation is connected to it.

“The Seeker’s Keys” – by Meghan Williams, Dyed4you Art

Jeremiah 33:3 (AMP) ‘Call to Me and I will answer you, and tell you [and even show you] great and mighty things, [things which have been confined and hidden], which you do not know and understand and cannot distinguish.’

For several years, I have been learning how important it is for us to ask questions in our daily walk with God. Persistently inquiring of God about Scripture, its mysteries, or my prophetic encounters with Him has been like a key that opens the double doors of revelation. While God desires that His children would inquire of Him so that we will learn more, we may not realize that the release of His Kingdom is actually dependent upon it.

One night, during a church worship service, in the Spirit I saw a lock hovering in the sanctuary, over the platform of the worship team. The Lord told me to use my key. I knew from a similar experience in the past that my key was to “ask, seek, and knock.” Specifically, I felt the Spirit prompting me to ask Him for more revelation regarding the anointing of the Seven Spirits of God that had been coming up on my spiritual radar for the last few years. So, I asked Him for more revelation about it, though I knew this would be the beginning of a process. Instantly, I saw the lock open and a flood of rainbow paint flowed out. In my prophetic language, paint can represent anointing.

A few minutes later, the Father brought to mind the story of the Azuza Street revival. I remembered that the revival began because a small group of people were personally seeking God for the manifestation of His Kingdom. In fact, I remembered seeing a similar theme in other stories about revival. These individuals were asking questions; they wanted to know why the Church wasn’t flowing in certain manifestations of the Spirit as it did in the First Century. They weren’t pressing in because they were expecting a large revival or wanting to grow a church—they personally weren’t content with the state of the Church as is and the answers they had been given about it. Yet because a small group of pioneers in the Spirit were brave enough to seek God for more, the release of the Kingdom of Heaven to them eventually led to the Azuza Street Revival. The questions this one small group had impacted millions of lives and the Church as we know it today.

That night, God widened the scope of His lesson to me about “asking, seeking, and knocking.” I realized that whether or not the Kingdom comes to earth and how much of it we experience is entirely up to us! We are gatekeepers on the earth, poised to open the door to the King of Glory into our homes, cities, and nations. The release of the Kingdom comes from our fervent pioneering prayers and inquiries, and by having hearts that will not rest until Heaven answers with a heavy rain of God’s Spirit.

Matthew 16:19 (TPT) I will give you the keys of heaven’s kingdom realm to forbid on earth that which is forbidden in heaven, and to release on earth that which is released in heaven.”

Voting for America in the Courtroom of Heaven

Vision 09/05/2017: I saw U.S. flags all over the country looking like a just like “Ayiti“, a prophetic silk by Dyed4you. All across the nation, one by one, every U.S. flag was being changed to “Ayiti”. I knew this was happening because, in each area of the land, God’s people were rising up, taking their places, and taking back their land through their votes in the courtroom of heaven.

Ayiti is the word for “Haiti” in Creole, and it means “mountainous land”.The colors in the silk, “Ayiti”, are based on Haiti’s flag and are very similar to America’s—red, white, blue, and green. With Dyed4you’s silk, the prophetic meanings of the color are: blue representing the Word of God and truth, red representing warfare and power in the Blood, green representing flourishing and new life, and white representing victory.

Yesterday, the Lord repeatedly drew me back to “Ayiti”, the prophetic meanings behind the silk colors, and the prophetic art piece Dyed4you Art made to accompany it called “Heart for Ayiti“. The art piece represents a call from God for His prophetic intercessors in that land to arise. Like every nation of the earth, our King has a redemptive plan for Haiti. He is calling His people to “come up here”, see and hear that plan, and partner with Him in bringing those plans to birth in the earth.

Seeing a vision of “Ayiti” steadily replacing the America flag echoed that same cry for the intercessors in America. For several years, God has been speaking to me about “flying colors” or letting our “true colors” shine forth. Or as Graham Cooke puts it, it’s really important that we get into the habit of manifesting what’s on the inside of us—Christ in us. Like the silk whose colors are so rich with meaning from the Word of Life, it is time for us to lift up Christ who is our true banner in order to remind this country of its righteous roots in Him.

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