On October 22, 2018, Apostle Chuck Pierce said in Charlotte:
“I believe that’s why we are having gatherings like this: because many of you have interceded, many of you have stood, many of you have decreed. But the Lord said you are about to decree again in a way you have never decreed before. He said I want you to decree here in the Carolinas that the “New Watchman Movement” I am calling forth for this hour has begun.
Now we are in a new season of watching. And I said, ‘Lord, what shall we do?’ ... He said call forth the watchman prophets. There are six types of prophets in Word of God. The shamar prophets are the ones that take the Word and watch after it, and pull it into reality. I see us going in the Carolinas calling forth the watchman prophets…”
In the Carolinas, now is our time to watch - to watch in a new way - to jump in to the NEW Watchman Movement that has begun. The SHAMAR watchman prophets are “the ones who take the Word and watch after it, and pull it into real...
And so faith, hope, love abide [faith--conviction and belief respecting man’s relation to God and divine things; hope--joyful and confident expectation of eternal salvation; love--true affection for God and man, growing out of God’s love for and in us], these three; but the greatest of these is love. (1 Corinthians 13:13 amplified)
It seems as if these three characteristics are vital for all Christians to abide in.
Let's first define the word abide. In the Webster dictionary it is defined as “to accept or bear something, to stay or live somewhere or to remain or continue.”
The Greek word for abide here in 1 Corinthians is “meno”, Strong’s #3306 meaning “ to remain, in reference to a place, not to depart, to be held, kept continually.” Besides having reference to a place it can also be in reference to time, a state or condition.
So, it is important for Believers to remain in (place or time) Faith, Hope and Love daily and not to depart from them. As you read the scripture above in the Amp...
In September, Chuck Pierce gave a word to North and South Carolina in which he prophesied an unlocking wind coming. Chuck went on to tell how the Carolinas had lost its call to its harvest field.
In hearing this Word of the Lord to us, I turned my thoughts and prayer to the harvest. The scripture has much to say about the harvest. About reaping and sowing, about wise and good stewardship. Matthew 9:35-38, John 4:35, Genesis 8:22
Luke 10:1-2 was the first scripture that came to my mind around gathering the harvest.
In the Voice Bible this scripture reads, "The Lord then recruited and deployed 70 more disciples. He sent them ahead, in teams of two, to visit all the towns and settlements between them and Jerusalem. This is what He ordered.
Jesus: There’s a great harvest waiting in the fields, but there aren’t many good workers to harvest it. Pray that the Harvest Master will send out good workers to the fields.
Couple of things jumped out to me. First, the fact tha...