Apostle Grace Lubega
Psalms 78:26 (KJV); He caused an east wind to blow in the heaven: and by his power he brought in the south wind.
Yesterday we looked at the EAST WIND and how it functions. Today, we will explore the South wind.
Whereas, the East wind represents the judgments of God, the South wind represents the move of the Spirit, which is revival.
How does one position himself to function in the South wind?
Luke 12:55-56 teaches us how. The Christ told the Pharisees, “And when ye see the SOUTH WIND blow, ye say, There will be heat; and it cometh to pass. Ye hypocrites, ye can discern the face of the sky and of the earth; but how is it that ye do not discern this time?”
You must know how to discern the signs of the times.
Understanding the signs of the times is the wisdom by which we draw spiritual significance from events in both the earthly realm and the spiritual realm.
People who cannot read the signs of the times cannot fully interprete the move of the Spirit in any given dispensation.
Because they do not, some fight the Spirit of revival. Others are indifferent to it, that in the time when God is moving mightily in a generation, they seem “asleep in the days of divine visitation.”
In this day, God is up to something extremely big. The signs are clear: God is teaching the least expected people things that no one has ever heard of; He is pouring out His Spirit in a measure that has never been felt before; Hunger for Him is increasing in the hearts of many.
May you understand these signs for what they are that you will know your part in this season and time.
FURTHER STUDY: Job 37:17, Luke 12:55
East winds represent the judgments of God, while the south winds represent the move of the spirit (revival).
PRAYER: Father, I am grateful for this Word. I understand the blowing of the South wind and position myself even as the Spirit moves mightily in my generation. I know the signs and recognise what you are doing in these times. This causes me to pray, serve, worship and seek you more than ever before. In Jesus’ name. Amen.