Posted by: Pure Glory | 05/08/2017

Your Harvest Of Blessings

by Hazel Straub

In Fairbanks, Alaska, the tree leaf buds, overnight, began to  unfurl and open. The sky no longer gets dark at night, although there is a few hours of twilight. Many birds have migrated north, for the summer, and their song is heard. All these things, signal we are in a new productive growing season.

Things appear first in the natural and then in the spiritual. (1 Corinthians 15:46) The hardships of winter, the cold, snow and darkness, that seemed to never end, has ended. The new season of suddenly seeing your harvest, of God-given promises, is here. The seeds of kindness, prayers said for others, and loving actions done in secret, will give you a crop that cannot be contained. Overflowing blessings are your harvest and portion!

The flowers are unfolding in the fields; the birds are warming up their songs, The cooing of the turtledove is heard throughout the land. (Song of Solomon 2:12 VOICE)

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  1. I receive that!!

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  2. Reblogged this on Wedgetail Ministries and commented:
    Wonderful writing by Hazel Strays, give it a read.

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  3. We Praise you Jesus, let the sunshine stream in. Amen

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  4. I accept that ….

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