Luke 7:13 “And when the Lord saw her, he had compassion on her, and said unto her, Weep not.”
Jesus met this woman and his first statement was weep not. I also prophetically declare it to you this morning, “Weep not”. It doesn’t matter how long you have been shedding those tears, hear this:
Psalms 30:5 “…weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning.”
Psalms 30:5 “…The nights of crying your eyes out give way to days of laughter.”(CEV)
Psalms 30:5 “…Weeping may spend the night, but there is joy in the morning.” (HCSB)
Friend, I pray for you today, an end has come to your public and private tears in Jesus name. Your morning has come! The One that wipes away tears is still very much alive, so cheer up!
The night season is a dark season and the enemy uses it to attack people. He causes the greatest hurt and brings sorrow mostly in the night season. By night season I’m not talking about the night when the sun has gone down. The night season is much more than that.
The night season is simply a season of ignorance. A time when you don’t know your right from wrong. It a season of spiritual darkness. A season when what you don’t know torments you. It is for some a season when they are living without the knowledge of Jesus!
This woman was weeping in her night season because she had no knowledge of Jesus and what He can do. The devil knew this fact and kept tormenting and causing her sorrow.
Beloved, weeping is mostly caused by ignorance and darkness. You must know that you don’t cast out darkness, you simply put on the light. When light comes ignorance disappears.
The light in this context is a personality, the person of Jesus Christ Himself; the anointing and the anointed! Hear this:
John 1:4 “In him (Jesus) was life; and the life was the light of men.”
To be continued…
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