Sometime in my sleep, in the middle of the night, God put Isaiah 5:10 on my heart.
“For ten [d] acres of vineyard will yield [only] [e] one bath of wine,
And a homer ([f] six bushels) of seed will produce [only] one ephah of grain.”
What does this mean to us? Over the last year, God has taken me on a journey, which I have shared in these blogs, from the lukewarm CHRISTian, to planting, sowing and harvesting, right up to recently, with judgment.
If you had a garden this year, or know someone who did, you know that 2021 is not a "normal" gardening year for most people. Personally, among other things, I planted some hot pepper plants in the ground around April, which I had started indoors during the winter. Those plants, about five or six of them, stayed two to three inches tall in the ground, for months. Around September, they started to grow a little, maybe an inch or two. Then, in October, when we often start seeing snow in New England, those tiny little pepper plants started getting peppers on them!! Tomatoes grew also, but never ripened on the vine. New pepper and tomato flowers popped out in the middle of October. Cucumber vines withered before the cucumbers were fully grown, and then the cucumbers withered and rotted.
"In that day man will have regard for his Maker,
And his eyes will regard the Holy One of Israel [with awe-inspired reverence]." Isaiah 17:7
Give all thanks, praise and Glory to God, the Most High, the living God, the Great, I AM, because only He can save us. There is no other God.
Hallelujah! Praise God! Thank you, Jesus. Amen.
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