WORKING WRONGLY IN THE SEASON OF PROPHECY - MATTHEW 16:21-23, ECCLESIASTES 3:1-8

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There is a time and season for every event under heaven and the earlier you know that as a believer the better for you. There is chronological time and divine time. Chronological time is what we are used to, measuring time in seconds, minutes, hours, days and weeks while divine timing is the calendar of God for a person or group of people. Divine timing ushers in your season of prophecy. When your season of prophecy comes, there are things that lead to wrong work.

 WRONG LOCATION:

Joseph and Mary had to leave Galilee for Bethlehem in order to fulfill their prophecy. If they remained in Galilee, their prophecy would have been affected negatively because the prophecy concerning the birth of the Messiah was that He will be born in the City of David, Bethlehem of Judea. You must be careful in the season of your prophecy that you are not in a wrong location.

I tell our church members that the things of God fall positionally and you must always do your due diligence to remain in the location that God has ordained for your prophecy to manifest. How many Christians have left the place of their prophecy before the season of manifestation? Beware that you are not making a permanent decision due to a temporary problem. The economic situation in your country should not move you out of the location of your prophecy.

This was the error of Elimelech who the Bible records as a man of Bethlehem-Judea. The famine made him change location into the land of the Moabites and he moved into a wrong location in a season of prophecy. Do everything in your power and beyond to ensure that you are not heading to a wrong location.

PRAYER: Lord, I hear Your voice today and I refuse to harden my heart. Holy Spirit guide me against every step I’m taking into a wrong location in the season of my prophecy in Jesus’ name in Jesus name. Amen.

Bible in a year: Lamentations 4:1-5:22, Hebrews 2:1-18, Psalm 103:1-22, Proverbs 26:23