Sing to Your Barren Places

“Sing, O barren,
You who have not borne!
Break forth into singing, and cry aloud,
You who have not labored with child!
For more are the children of the desolate
Than the children of the married woman,” says the LORD.

“Enlarge the place of your tent,
And let them stretch out the curtains of your dwellings;
Do not spare;
Lengthen your cords,
And strengthen your stakes.”  Isaiah 54:1-2

Speak the life of God’s word into those barren areas. Plant His word and do not abort it by entertaining doubt and fear. Do not allow the naysayers to rob you of your God-ordained harvest! How do you see the barren areas in your life?

The righteous speak this way: “Lord, I see in your word that you are my Provider, that you meet all my needs according to your riches in glory, that your desire is to move me from the tail to the head, from the borrower to the lender. According to your purpose as Jehovah Jireh, my provider, I receive all my needs met according to your riches in glory. I receive your peace. I receive your protection. I receive your armor. I receive the mind of Christ, the filling of the Holy Spirit, healing for my spirit, soul and body, according to your promise for my entire household–that those who do not know you may come in out of the cold, to a relationship with you, and walk the walk of the redeemed. I pull down every stronghold of darkness, masquerading as truth, and take away their power to prosper, according to your Word. Every stronghold of darkness must fall beneath my feet. Thank you, Lord! I receive the fruit of abundance in all the barren areas, for your glory. Amen.”

This message delivered by Dr. E. C. Dowdy of Lion of Judah Worship Center was delivered on November 2, 2014. Be blessed!

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