The Close-Out: Pentecost Harvest
Main Course: And when the day of Pentecost was fully come, they were all with one accord in one place. And suddenly there came a sound from heaven as of a rushing mighty wind, and it filled all the house where they were sitting (Acts 2:1-2).
Just wanted to share with you what I believe I heard in the spirit for myself (and maybe collectively for a few others today): Today is 10/20/20 and these numbers added together equal 50, symbolic of Pentecost. You are in a season of Pentecost and Harvest (Pentecost Harvest) and over the next 50 days which will bring you to December 10th (anywhere from December 10th to December 12th), you can move into that which is. You can fully move into that which is fully yours if you will give yourself fully (wholly/wholeheartedly) to it - that which I have spoken. And "your day" will fully come into being. You are even granted a 2-day extension (cf. 52 days accounts for the number of weeks in a year - you can experience acceleration to rebuild in record time if you are willing to face the "letters of fear and failure" in your life). Expect opposition, but you will overcome. You are mine, says the Lord (Nehm. 6:15-16; Ps. 23:5; Is.43:1-2, 19; Is 58:8; Jn. 8:56; Zeph. 3:16-17). Blessings!
The Lord says, even in this Harvest season, there is a Pentecost -- it will cost you something, sitting in one place, on one accord with your heart, mind, soul, and spirit focused), being still, waiting on God (Ps. 46:10; 2 Chron. 20:17; Ex. 14:13-14; Eph. 2:6; Matt. 11:28-30). Fullness shall be your portion, just as I have promised (Ps. 16:5-6; 1 Cor. 1:20).
ABOUT PRAYER: One (1) hour was all that I suggested while in the garden with my disciples, but if you want to see real results, real breakthroughs, cross over to the other side, you must do at least 3 hours. For if the Son of Man prayed at least three (3) hours and he was without sin, how much more is necessary to overcome temptation (to fall short of not reaching your destiny/fulfilling God's Will on earth). Yes, it is a sacrifice, but without it, there can be no reward (Matt. 26:36-46; Heb. 11:6; cf. 1 Jn. 5:4-5; Rev.3:21). So overcome in faith and overcome in prayer*.
*overcoming requires maturity in which you exercise/discipline your senses not to be controlled by or react to external forces (Heb. 5:14; 1 Cor.13:11).
THIS IS THE CLOSE-OUT SEASON AND EVERYTHING MUST GO!! He that has an ear let him hear.