The most dangerous, invincible, and powerful person in the world, is the child of God whose time has come. I mean, that expectant believer who has finally come into his/her due season. That's, you and me, when we enter into our appointed time for divine intercourse and intervention. At this point, anyone, anything, any devil or perhaps their cohorts that stand on your way becomes God's personal adversary and arch enemy. A stepping stone to God's designated, infallible and incredible miracle.
It's your due season, it's your time, and itís your very moment for harvest! Take it by the force of faith and fervent intercession. A friend's perspective of Psalm 146:1-10, states that, it's more important to move God than to move powerful people and their surprisingly fickle opinions or approval. Great prayer only comes when we have been weaned from the seductive accolades of others. Deep prayer cannot be done in public, in fear, or in anxiety, for it concerns very private, pressing issues that should not be overheard by casual ears or diluted and contaminated by unbelieving temperaments.
When it's hard to pray, be assured that it's time to pray hard! That thief, the devil is just about to strike. Pray in tongues, read the Psalms aloud, sing praises, attend prayer meetings, reflect on previous blessings and the testimonies of others, read good Christian books that will edify you. Move away, go into seclusion, undertake a fast and return with a glorious mandate for your life. Do all you can to stay fervent in spirit. Never remain idle. Keep the communication lines to God open always through positive confessions and reflections. Itís your due season once again and you triumph always. Hallelujah!
Isaiah 45:19 Paraphrased.
ďI am the Lord,Ē he says, ďand there is no other. I publicly proclaim bold promises. I do not whisper obscurities in some dark corner so no one can understand what I mean. I would not have told YOU to seek and ask me for something I did not plan to give. I, the Lord, speak only what is true and declare only what is right.
(I DON'T DECEIVE ANYONE OR MAKE MISTAKES, AND I CAN'T FAIL, SAYS THE LORD.)
See also Psalm 136:10-26; Matthew 28:1-10; Acts 16:16-40; Luke 18:1-8.