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“A Time of Restoration” by Dr. Jené Walker 

We are living in a season of increase but we have to truly believe that we can receive it. As a people, we’ve been through an extensive season of punishment for our transgressions and rebelliousness and it is difficult to imagine our season of restoration. The time is now. The time is now for increase so that we can take care of the needy and the poor and the prisoners. The time is now for increase to fund our initiatives to conquer more territory for the kingdom. In the midst of devastation – death of navy men, unjust court decisions, bombings in Manchester, and corruption in government, the body of Yeshua will receive increase. We have lived beneath kingdom standards long enough. The wealth of the wicked has been stored up for us. The time is now for increase, not for us to accumulate wealth for selfish gain and become as the wicked are but for us to use our wealth for kingdom advancement. 

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“So Barren Season is Over” by Dr.J.

We’ve been asking God to birth something in our lives this season. We have experienced a drought, an unproductive season, and a barren season. Nothing is fruitful! Everyone else around us is reaping a harvest. We are so tired of waiting to birth the promise God has on the inside of us. 


God wants to know what will we do with it when He births it? 

Is birth for us to become famous or for us to use the birth of promise to build the kingdom of God?

If it’s the former, dedicate your promise to Him right now. Tell God you will use it for His glory. If it’s for your glory, ask God to come in right now and change your heart. Say, “If you bless me with the promise (marriage, business, ministry, shelter for women, mentor program, school, job- whatever God has shown you), then I will dedicate it to you O God.” So barren season is over. This is a season of birth and new beginnings in the name of Jesus. Dr.J. 

1 Samuel 1:10-11, 20 NIV “In her deep anguish Hannah prayed to the Lord, weeping bitterly. And she made a vow, saying, “ Lord Almighty, if you will only look on your servant’s misery and remember me, and not forget your servant but give her a son, then I will give him to the Lord for all the days of his life, and no razor will ever be used on his head. So in the course of time Hannah became pregnant and gave birth to a son. She named him Samuel, saying, ‘Because I asked the Lord for him.'”

“In the Right Season” by Dr.J.

A Japanese Maple, variety Bloodgood, is a rare beauty amongst trees. In the right season, its buds blossom into rich, fruitful, productive leaves. Each right season, you can see the tree’s growth. It is broader; its limbs are more extended. But only in the right season

In our right season, after we’ve allowed God to prune dead habits, barren thoughts, unhealthy words, unfruitful relationships; after leaves of worry, lack of faith, and sin have fallen; then, and only then do we bear the leaves and the fruit we were created to bear. 

God I thank You for my pruning season! I am ready for my right season, to prosper in every area of my life and to bear fruit. Dr.J.

John‬ ‭15:1-8‬ ‭NIV‬‬ “I am the true vine, and my Father is the gardener. He cuts off every branch in me that bears no fruit, while every branch that does bear fruit he prunes so that it will be even more fruitful. You are already clean because of the word I have spoken to you. Remain in me, as I also remain in you. No branch can bear fruit by itself; it must remain in the vine. Neither can you bear fruit unless you remain in me. I am the vine; you are the branches. If you remain in me and I in you, you will bear much fruit; apart from me you can do nothing. If you do not remain in me, you are like a branch that is thrown away and withers; such branches are picked up, thrown into the fire and burned. If you remain in me and my words remain in you, ask whatever you wish, and it will be done for you. This is to my Father’s glory, that you bear much fruit, showing yourselves to be my disciples.”

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“Let ‘It’ Run Its Course” by Dr.J.

One of my accountability partners was ministering to me and she said, “let it run its course.” The Holy Spirit kept laying it on my heart. One day I was driving home from work and I just started shouting and screaming and praising God. The phrase had been helping me to make it through all kinds of attacks. It was something about the phrase that just soothed me but the Holy Spirit didn’t give me revelation then. The Holy Spirit gave me revelation later.

See, one meaning of the phrase, “let it runs its course” is whatever “it” is will continue “naturally” until “it” has finished. The Holy Spirit said to me some things are running a “supernatural” course in our lives this season. There is nothing “natural” that we can do about it. We can’t rush it. We can’t medicate it or fix it. We can’t make it happen. All we can do is wait for God to do what He is going to do supernaturally to work “it” out, to finish it. God is working it out. When it runs its course, when God says it is finished and ready for you, it will be worth your wait. My God. Now if you’re not shouting and screaming and praising God, I’m praying for your revelation. Dr.J.

Clothe Yourselves for Each Season of Your Marriage by Dr.Jené Walker

Marriages go through seasons. You vowed to stay committed through each one. Just clothe yourself appropriately for the temperature changes with the Word of God.  “It will be a shelter from daytime heat and a hiding place from storms and rain” (Isaiah 4:6 NLT). “She has no fear of winter for her household, for everyone has warm[a] clothes. (Proverbs 31:21 NIV). “A farmer too lazy to plant in the spring has nothing to harvest in the fall” (Proverbs 20:4 MSG).

Sometimes you may have to hide yourself in the Word. Save and sow into the spring of your marriage when things are going well so that when rough times come, you have a solid spiritual foundation. Plant love, plant prayer, plant commitment, plant companionship, plant communication so that your marital harvest is plentiful in God’s timing for you two to reap. Don’t fret over the season you’re in right now. God knows every season and is with you through each one! You just stay committed and clothed for the occasion. Jené Elaine Walker

Has Your Due Season Been Delayed?

God has been dealing with me spiritually in three areas for the last three weeks:

1) disobedience
2) His will
3) humility

Believers there is no way that three weeks straight God has pressed into me so hard about these three areas just because. This season is approaching an end. Some of us have asked, “Where is the manifestation?” These three areas have held up release for someone:

1) Disobedience is vast but sometimes subtle. God even showed me how we can have thoughts that have become fortresses in our minds. If God is our fortress and strong tower, our imaginations and thoughts that are higher than God have replaced God in our minds. Cast those thoughts down. Having high thoughts is disobedience.

2) His will is the only will in the life of a believer. He wants us to a point at which we have thrown out “my will” completely. We are digging our heels in trying to make situations work and happen for ourselves. He wants us so sold out that we believe, “God, even if you don’t do anything else (prosper, reconcile the relationship, promote, heal my body), I just want your will.” He wants to move forward but you’re holding up progress with “my will” instead of “thy will.”

3) Humility is crucial. Pride can cause you to fall before God can solidify your elevation. Let Him purge you. Let Him get all the pride out before you mess it all up. He says humble yourself before Him and He will elevate you in due season. Have you humbled yourself yet? I heard myself describing how I document my work for my evaluation the other day and God said as plainly as daylight, “Tone that down.” Too much “I, I, I” caused Lucifer to be thrown out of heaven. Be careful of pride. It is sneaky and subtle.

You’ve asked God why hasn’t “it” happened yet…Ask the Holy Spirit to reveal to you why your due season has been delayed. Is it disobedience, not surrendering to His will, or pride? Dr. J.