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In 2002, the Lord spoke to me as I was worshipping during a Spanish service at Mt. Zion. He said, “It is a new day.” The prophet Isaiah declares that the Word of God is bread to the eater and seed to the sower. Sometimes when you hear from God, the word is something to feed and nourish you; other times, the word comes as a seed to grow and bear fruit. This word was a seed. I kept hearing and getting more insight as the word developed in my spirit. Over the years, not only did I seed the word growing in me, I began to hear it over and over again through many sources. Companies were using it to market new products and it was often used to describe the incredible changes our world was going through economically, politically, and socially.
In our fast-changing world, God desires for us to see Him in a greater way so that we might receive fresh insight into the world, preparing us to face the challenges of this present time. Yesterday’s understanding will not equip us for the times that we are now living in. God never changes, but the revelation and manifestation of who He is has been in progress throughout history. As we move forward in our revelation of God and His Word, we will become changed and prepared to manifest the glory of God to this generation. “Eye has not seen nor ear heard neither has it entered the heart of man the things God has prepared for those who love Him.” Yet, in the appointed time, God opens our eyes and ears if we are willing to open our heart. This is an appointed time–will you open your heart to God? Will you allow yourself to see the New Day dawning? “We also have the prophetic word made sure, which you do well to heed as a light that shines in a dark place, until the day dawns and the morning star rises in your heart.”
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-Pastor Loren Covarrubias