The Days of Loss and the Cankerworn are over



Dec. 16, 2011

“I will repay you for the years the locusts have eaten–the great
locust and the young locust, the other locusts and the locust swarm–
my great army that I sent among you. Joe. 2:25

The days of loss and what the cankerworm has stolen are over. For you
are entering into a new season.  The days of what has been stolen are
coming to an end.  For even though there has been great loss, I can
fill the cup again.  Even though your supply has been lessened, it
will be replenished from my heavens above.  For the long hours of
great tribulations that have brought more than one season of intense
trials upon you, are coming to an end.

Yes difficult days are ahead, but days of restoration are also close
at hand.  For I have seen the plight of the widow and widower.  I have
seen how many of my people are living in abject poverty.  I watch and
see as the rich get richer, and the poor are left to fend for
themselves.  The world is racing towards judgment and yet, my heart
breaks for those who are in great need.  There is so much inequality
in the world today.  The children are left to and given the bread from
a lost generation.  I weep for those who are in need.  I weep for the
starving ones who are living in tents and in the desert.

The day will come when the weeping will cease.  The day will come when
the desert will bloom again.  I will feed my children beside streams
of living water.  Those who have added riches to riches will find
themselves in situations of great need.  For I was hungry and you fed
me not.  I was thirsty and you gave me no water.

But my own will be cared for.  Even though the pantry has run dry and
even though there is no bread, my storehouse will replenish you.
Remember that the widow’s jar of oil never ran out and she had enough
to sustain both her and her son through the days that were difficult
then.  And I tell you true, I can do the same in this hour as well.  “

Stephen Hanson


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