Calvary greetings in the name of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ who has made it possible for us to come to the month of July. Thanks to God Almighty for seeing us through the first half of the year and for doing great and marvellous works in our midst (Psalm 105:5). In this month, God has declared that we will encounter the Wind of Glory (Acts 2:2). His mighty rushing wind will blow through us and we shall never be the same again. We shall experience His Pentecostal fire like never before and as many that are hungry and thirsty for His Spirit shall be filled and satisfied (Isa. 44:3).
It is really awesome that we have come to the seventh month of the year. From the Seven Days of Creation in Genesis 2:2, scripture is saturated with the Number Seven. God used it with exactly the same meaning when He revealed the end of time, described as the completion of the “mystery of God,” in Revelation 10:5-7. Seven as a number represents perfection, complete, rest, end, finished, etc. In this month God will perfect all that concerns you as we experience the wind of glory in Jesus name (1 Peter 5:10).
God has said He will blow His wind of Glory over us in this month. In Scripture the wind is used to represent the breath of The Holy Spirit and the power of God. The Bible in Acts 2:1-2 describes a rushing mighty wind, that filled all the house where the disciples were sitting. From that encounter the disciples were never the same. There was a manifestation of the Holy Ghost and signs and wonders followed (Acts 2:6). Signs and wonders will follow you this month in Jesus Name.
The Bible says in Ezekiel 37:9 that “Then said he unto me, Prophesy unto the wind, prophesy, son of man, and say to the wind, Thus saith the Lord God; Come from the four winds, O breath, and breathe upon these slain, that they may live.” It is stated here that as the servant of God prophesied to the wind (the breath of God), dry bones came back to life. I prophesy over you that every form of dryness in your life will give way to fruitfulness in Jesus name.
Furthermore, the Bible describes the wind as part of God’s treasures (Jeremiah 10:13); and that with God being sovereign, He can cause the wind (the Holy Spirit) to blow as He pleases (John 3:8; Psalm 115:3). Therefore, the Holy Spirit is both a powerful and a reviving wind which ushers in strength and revival to believers particularly in times of trouble (Psalm 138:3,7). Interestingly, riding on the wind of the Holy Spirit equips the believer to shake the foundation of fear of all enemies, satanic oppositions and wiles of the evil one through prayers (Acts 4:31). My prayer for you this season is that you encounter afresh the wind of glory in Jesus name (Psalm 92:10) as you chose to walk with Him genuinely.
Dr. Akpo Onduku
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