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The Completion of Time and the New Decade

15.09.2019, Daniel Glimm

There are doors closing because a period of years is coming to an end! These closed doors are a sign of the measure of the fellowship of saints, that is complete and in need of a new visitation of the presence of the Son of God (see John 20:19)!
It is the presence of Jesus Christ as Prince of Peace which, through completion, leads to rest and the coveted success, says the spirit of the Prophet (see Isaiah 9:6 i.c.w. Hebrews 7:1-3)!
There is the resurrection power of the Son of God and the power of His accomplished work of redemption on the cross, which causes the full measure of the fellowship of saints to be stirred up, so that from that which seems closed emerges influence (see Luke 6:38)!
It begins small and grows even stronger because of faithfulness and steadfastness in the walk with Christ (see Ezekiel 47:1-5)!
As a result, the prophetic anointing comes in agreement with the presence of the Spirit of God “above the water” and a new day of the Lord is breaking out carrying many years (see Genesis 1:2 i.c.w. Psalm 90:4; 2 Peter 3:8)!
This new day is associated with the presence of the resurrection power, which is accompanied by new confidence and strength for the future to fulfill the plans of the Heavenly Father!
There is the presence of the Holy Spirit, moving forward with the resurrection power of Jesus, helping to strengthen faith in many saints (see John 20:22)!
This strengthening has a great certainty that contributes to a greater spiritual perspective that encompasses the walk of faith (see John 20:29b; Hebrews 11:1 i.c.w. 1 Corinthians 6:17)!
Wherever it seemed as if one were in a closed room, new possibilities suddenly arise as a result of faithfulness in discipleship of Christ. These opportunities are connected with the right of access in the future (see John 10:9 i.c.w. John 20:20a)!
It is the favor given by God that gives access to new territories and communities (see 1 John 1:1-3)!”
Amen and Amen.
In His Wisdom,
Daniel Glimm