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THE YEAR OF 20/20 PROPHETIC 

                             VISION AND PROVISION!

 

 

RELEASED ON 31 DECEMBER 2019.

 

From the desk of the Apostle:

 

Joel 2:24-26 (KJV)... 24 And the floors shall be full of wheat, and the vats shall overflow with wine and oil.25 And I will restore to you the years that the locust hath eaten, the cankerworm, and the caterpiller, and the palmerworm, my great army which I sent among you.26 And ye shall eat in plenty, and be satisfied, and praise the name of the Lord your God, that hath dealt wondrously with you: and my people shall never be ashamed.

 

We see in our text that God promises the impossible with man: “I will restore the years that the locust (nations) has eaten” (Joel 2:25). The immediate meaning of this promise is clear. God’s people had suffered the complete destruction of their entire harvest through swarms of locusts (nations) that marched like an insect army through the fields, destroying the crops, and multiplying their number as they went.

 

For four (4) consecutive years, the harvest was completely wiped out. God’s people were brought to their knees in more ways than one. But “the Lord became jealous for his land and had pity on his people (Joel 2:18-19).” God said, “Behold I am sending to you grain, wine and oil, and you will be satisfied (5th Yr.)  In the coming years, God said, their fields would yield an abundance that would make up for what had been lost....GOD said I will no longer make you a reproach among the nations....(Hold on He’s not done He said “The threshing floor shall be full of grain; the vats shall overflow with wine and oil. . . . You shall eat in plenty and be satisfied”...talking about 2020 PROVISION.  (Joel 2:24, 26).

 

Numbers are very significant in Hebrew because each Hebrew letter has a numerical value connected to it. The number 80 in the year 2020 is the numerical value for the Hebrew letter “Pey” which means “mouth”. It is the 18th letter that follows the letter “Ayin” which means “to see” and carries a value of 70. The significance of the Pey (mouth) following the letter Ayin, (to see) which has the numerical value of 80, is the same numerical value for the word “foundation and strength”.

 

What I’am saying is that God desires to restore 20/20 prophetic vision back to His church to prepare us for what is to come. The Hebrew year 5780, which will also fall on the Gregorian calendar 2020, will be a RESTORING year. 

 

As our eyes are being healed and our prophetic vision is being restored, we will begin to see and declare new visions with new wine skins. Glory to God,

 

 I HEAR THE SPIRIT OF THE LORD SAYING...........I am going to bring you to a place of manifestation and demonstration of me opening doors that only I could open and no man could shut (Is. 22:22). These doors will be miraculous. How things will come together will not be by your might, or by power, but by My Spirit (Zech. 4:6). All you need to do is stay aligned, stay close to Me and step out of limiting beliefs through repentance. Your tent pegs are being extended further. Don't let fear and the familiar contain you. I will sustain you. All of heaven's resources are placed before you in Me. Access these resources with your faith, make a withdrawal in faith from these heavenly resources in the vision I have given you."

 

Only what you can see, can you enter into and possess.  When you see prophetic, you will receive supernatural wings to ascend into higher realms and veils that have previously not been accessible.  With prophetic (vision) sight spiritual restrictions that have previously kept you grounded will be pulled up in order to release you into your spiritual destiny.

 

2020 is the year that the mysteries of God will begin to be experienced in a new way as the sword is being pulled out of the sheath. (logos word=sheath) (rhema word=sword of the spirit).  With His sword, God is going to judge every system that have kept Him out and He will deal with all idols and systems that has attempted to separate us from His Love.

 

In 2020 Spiritual Elijah’s are coming on the scene to expose and open the eyes of the church to her wickedness and call her back to accountability.  Also spiritual Jehu’s are chasing down the spirit of Jezebel and striping it of its influence and power.

 

2020 is the Year to See the Zayin which is the Sword.   Zayin is the 7th letter of the alphabet that means a sword.  2020 will be a year of the release of greater Dunamis power and Exousia authority for a kingly anointing to rule and reign upon the earth.  I DECLARE TO YOU THE YEAR OF 20/20 PROPHETIC VISION AND PROVISION!

 

Blessings,

 

God’s servant Apostle L.R. Gooden Jr.

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Thursday, October 01 2020

JUMP OVER LIFE'S HURDLES!

Being a Christian does not guarantee that our lives will be trouble-free. But, it does guarantee us that we will never go through our problems alone. God says in His Word, “I will never leave thee, nor forsake thee,” (Hebrews 13:5). Despite our situation, winning over life’s hurdles is ours if we respond in the ways that God directs us. In the Old Testament book of 2 Chronicles 20:1-17, King Jehoshaphat gives us an example of what we need to do to have a victorious outcome:

  • Ask God for help. When facing a crisis, we must actively seek God’s help. This means that we must cry out to God in prayer for His help and commit ourselves completely to Him. This is what King Jehoshaphat and the people of Judah did in 2 Chronicles 20:1 after the enemy nations declared war against them.
  • Let your fear drive you to God. The Bible says that King Jehoshaphat feared when he heard the news of impending disaster (vs.3). It is not unusual to be afraid when adverse circumstances come our way. Fear can be a positive force if it drives us to trust in God. Fear drove King Jehoshaphat directly to God. Rather than asking his priests to intercede on Judah’s behalf, King Jehoshaphat prayed to God himself.
  • Acknowledge God’s greatness. We must have the faith to believe that God is greater than whatever problem that we are facing. Therefore, He will be the one to save us because our problems cannot exist out of His presence. King Jehoshaphat and his people exalted God above the invading armies even though they knew they were facing total destruction (vs. 5-6).
  • Wait on God to respond because He has the solution to your problem. When King Jehoshaphat ended his prayer, the people of Judah stood before the Lord and waited on Him to speak to them. So many times, we take matters into our own hands because the pressure from our circumstances begin to mount and we feel we do not have time to wait on God. Unfortunately, we sometimes regret our actions. We can focus so much on the problem that we lose sight of who God really is. We limit Him and forget that He is limitless.
  • Act on what God says. Sometimes we question whether we heard God correctly when what He tells us to do is not what we want to do. Often, God tells us to simply praise Him and watch Him work on our behalf. This is where our trust in Him comes in because God takes the situation out of our hands. This is what happened with the people of Judah: “This is what the Lord says to you, ‘Do not be afraid or discouraged because of this vast army. For the battle is not yours, but God’s…Go out to face them tomorrow, and the Lord will be with you,'” (vs. 15, 17,).
  • Begin to praise and  thank God for His Word, then watch Him move. Praise releases God’s supernatural power into our situation. “King Jehoshaphat …appointed men to sing to the Lord and to praise Him for the splendor of His holiness as they went out at the head of the army, saying, ‘Give thanks to the Lord, for his love endures forever.’ As they began to sing and praise, the Lord set ambushes against the men of Ammon and Moab and Mount Seir who were invading Judah, and they were defeated,” (vs. 21-22,). Their praise opened the door for God to move in the midst of their distress. The Word declares that God inhabits the praises of His people. He was most surely there in their midst, and He will be in our midst when we praise Him as well.

When we encounter challenges in life, we must remember that we do not have to face them alone. Through His Son, Jesus Christ, God has given us the strength and ability to leap over life’s hurdles so that we will bring honor to Him and end up winners at the finish line, “Now thanks be unto God which always causeth us to triumph in Christ…,” (2 Corinthians 2:14).

Blessings,

Apostle L.R. Gooden Jr.

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