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It's Payback Time!!





"Those who sow in tears Shall reap in joy. He who continually goes forth weeping,

Bearing seed for sowing, Shall doubtless come again with rejoicing, Bringing his sheaves with him."

Psalm 126:5-6



When I think of the goodness of the LORD all I can do is thank HIM. As soon as I opened my eyes this morning, the Holy Spirit whispered, "They that sowed in tears will reap in Joy" I knew He wanted to comfort you and me

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During times of waiting, many of us yearn for the fulfillment of God's promises in our lives. It can be tough to persevere through trials, setbacks, and unmet expectations. However, I want to remind you of the powerful Promise found in Psalm 126:5-6, which assures us that our season of reaping is near. In this blog post, we will delve into the significance of these verses and how they encourage us to hold onto hope, trust in God's timing, and anticipate the restoration He has prepared for us.


Psalm 126 is a beautiful Psalm sung by the Israelites as they traveled to Jerusalem for the annual festivals. It symbolizes a period of restoration when the Israelites were freed from captivity and returned to their homeland. As believers, we can draw inspiration from this historical context and apply it to our lives, acknowledging that God is faithful to renew and bless us.


2. The Assurance of the Harvest Season:

   - Psalm 126:5-6 proclaims, "Those who sow with tears will reap with songs of joy. Those who go out weeping, carrying seed to sow, will return with songs of joy, carrying sheaves with them."

   - These verses guarantee that our tears and struggles will not be in vain. God promises to transform our mourning into joy and abundantly bless our endeavors.

   - We can find solace and motivation in knowing that our harvest season is not just a possibility but a covenant from our loving Heavenly Father.


3.Embracing Hope and Trust:


- The harvest season may not arrive immediately or according to our schedule, but we are called to maintain hope and trust in God's perfect timing.

- Meditating on Psalm 126 can revive our hope and fortify our faith as we wait for God to fulfill His promises in our lives.

- Let us bear in mind that God's ways are beyond ours, and His timing is always impeccable. We can have faith that He is working behind the scenes, preparing our harvest season for His glory.


4. Walking in Faith and Obedience:

   - To fully embrace our harvest season, we must align our hearts with God's purposes and live in obedience to His Word.

   - This entails sowing seeds of righteousness, seeking God's counsel and wisdom, and leading a life that glorifies Him.

   - Let us nurture a lifestyle of faith and obedience, understanding that our present actions will bear fruit in the harvest season that God has in store for us.


I prophesy that you are coming into your harvest season called "Divine Payback" Those that sowed in tears will reap in Joy. Your hands will reap the harvest of your labor. Not only is this your season of "payback" but also a time of God's divine favor. All that your hand will touch will increase in Jesus' name. May the mindfulness of God overwhelm you in Jesus's name.


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