For the Kingdom of God is not a matter of eating and drinking, but of righteousness, peace and joy in the Holy Spirit.
Someone said, "Joy is peace that is dancing."
About a month ago, God spoke one word from my inmost spirit to my mind, "room," to me as I was putting on my socks as I was getting ready to go to Sunday school and church.
Of course, I did not know what it means. God is slowing revealing the meaning as I think about the various ways we use that word "room" in everyday life.
Think about it. Every room has at least one door. We use doors to enter or exit. The Bible says that God opens doors that no man can shut, and He shuts doors no man can open. Usually, when God closes one door He will open another door that is far better.
Then, God revealed that I need to make room for more people in my life. I have inadvertently overlooked people I could have gotten to know and I could have imparted to them a spiritual gift.
One morning I read a prophecy by a well-known and highly respected prophet or prophetess by the name of Jennifer Le Claire. She wrote the following using the word "room."
"Through the eyes of faith in God, make room for a season of plenty." She then quoted from the Book of Genesis about Joseph interpreting the dream of the king of Persia stating there would be seven years of plenty followed by seven years of famine.
It is important to stress that God has given me a word as well as a prophecy. I am the messenger with the message. I am not the source. God is our Source. Each person who receives this message which now is a prophecy must trust God to supply the season of plenty.
This season of plenty is not just for us alone to consume upon ourselves. It is rather a means to receive and in turn give to bless others. We are to be like revolving doors with resources going in and out to benefit as many people as possible.
Each day God is revealing to me many more aspects of the single word "Room."
Let me ask, if I may, what does this word, "room" mean to you? God is somehow trying to get us to stop, think and consider how we can engage more people in our lives and in Kingdom business for the King of kings, and the Lord of lords. Does this make sense to anyone?
If so, please take the time to write me at: email@example.com. I promise to write you back. Your thoughts and prayers are welcomed here.
May God fill you with all joy and His abiding grace as you face with courage and humility the challenges you may encounter in your daily life.
Your friend in all seasons,
Hugh H. Morgan
Hugh H. Morgan
17 Sweet Apple Lane
Winder, GA 30680