I just wanted to ENCOURAGE you with what I feel the Lord is saying to me regarding these next few months in 2023.
As we enter into the “change of season” in the natural (ie either Spring or Autumn), I felt His heart for our own personal VICTORY. We obviously have victory in Christ; but I feel that He wants to hone in on the personal little victories that make up our everyday, unique lives. These victories will cause a season shift in our spiritual lives, where we go from holding on to letting go and watching the Lord do immeasurable more than we could ask or imagine (Ephesians 3:20).
I do not think that this March is going to be like any other that we have ever experienced. I believe it is a month of 1) LETTING GO and LAUNCHING, and 2) YIELDING AND HANDING OVER all to Jesus. It is in these things that we shall begin to see those personal victories, and I believe that there is a GRACE for these things this month (a grace for letting go so that you can launch, and handing over to Him so that you can remain yielded in every aspect of life).
For several weeks leading up to March, I have seen pictures of an altar in my spirit. A place where I can come and lay EVERYTHING – my burdens, my victories, my grief, my sadness, even my accomplishments. I have been envisioning with the Lord myself laying things on this altar, such as FEAR OF MAN, FEAR OF BEING SEEN, FEAR OF LETTING GO. As I give it all to Him, fully yielded and surrendered to Him because I trust Him, I see Him as an all-consuming fire come that comes and laps up everything I place on that altar. And after the smoke clears, I see a great launching into the biggest pool of grace I have ever known!
This month, let us humble ourselves before the altar, and surrender everything to Him. If that means physically culling through your clothing or stuff around your home, then “let go” as a prophetic act of what you know He wants to do in you. The launch into personal victory starts in the humility and yielding.
But He gives more grace. Therefore He says: " God resists the proud, But gives grace to the humble." – James 4:6