We are on the threshold of a new season, those are the words I found myself speaking out this morning in my time with the Lord.
It's a season of accountability, a season of boldness and courage. It's a season of reckoning, a season of righteousness. It's harvest time, but where are the workers?
At that point I stopped speaking out, because the question that echoed through my heart was "are you prepared to be a harvester"? It has taken me a few days to finish this blog, because I have been asking the Lord what does it mean to be a harvester, when I had asked the question, I was reminded of my childhood when we lived in Denmark, both my parents were hard workers, my dad was a farm hand and mum looked after us and took in washing to make ends meet. So they were always busy, but at harvest time they were especially busy, they both worked in the fields almost from sunrise to sunset. I felt like The Holy Spirit was saying to me; "to be a harvester means that I will have to be willing to manage my time better, be more available, in other words to be one of God's harvesters I have to make some sacrifices". How about you, do you want to be a harvester?
Matthew 9:37-38 Then (Jesus) said to his disciples, "the harvest is plentiful but the workers are few. Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into His harvest field.