Updated: Apr 7, 2020
As we entered the New Year 2020, I heard the Lord say to position yourself and to posture your heart for the 2020’s.
Then the Lord gave me a dream. In the dream I believed that the location I was in was the Arctic. I was in a bedroom and lying in a bed. In front of me was a huge window and to the left a huge window, and to the right was a waterfall. As I was laying in bed I could see outside these huge picture windows. It was day light and the aurora borealis which had orange hues to it was on display. Such peace filled the room. The feeling I was experiencing was amazing.
I could see the hills outside the windows which were huge and I could see a body of water and an amazing display of the aurora borealis.
I remember resting in this bed and thinking how safe I felt. I remember thinking that THIS was my favourite place. If only I could have stayed there in that dream for a longer period of time.
When I awoke I could hear the Lord say to me. Tell the body of Christ, this is the rest that you are all about to enter in. This is a great rest that the body of Christ will begin to operate out of. This rest will become your favourite place.
Get ready to position yourself to operate in this next decade out of this place. It is in this place that you will receive strategies and downloads and blueprints. There is an absolute knowing from this strategic location of rest that you will step out into the greater things.
Hebrews 4: 6-11 TPT
Those who first heard the good news of deliverance failed to enter into that realm of faith’s- rest because of their unbelieving hearts. Yet the fact remains that we still have the opportunity to enter into the faith-rest life and experience the fulfillment of the promise! For God has still ordained a day for us to enter into called “Today.” For it was long afterwards that God repeated it in David’s words, ‘If only today you would listen to his voice and do not harden your hearts!”
Now if this promise of “rest” was fulfilled when Joshua brought the people into the land, God wouldn’t have spoken later of another “rest” yet to come. So we conclude that there is still a full and complete “rest” waiting for believers’ to experience. As we enter into God’s faith-rest life we cease from our own works, just as God celebrates his finished work and rests in them. So then we must give our all and be eager to experience this faith-rest life, so that no one falls short by following the same patterns of doubt and unbelief.