A Harvest on the Tears You’ve Sown: I’m Bringing Things Full Circle!

Those who sow with tears will reap with songs of joy. | Psalm 126:5

I hear the Lord saying, “Many of My children have been travailing in intersession, sowing many tears over some longstanding issues in their lives. I see their broken hearts over these things, and I have collected their tears in a bottle, even as it’s written in My Word: ‘You keep track of all my sorrows. You have collected all my tears in your bottle. You have recorded each one in your book’ (Psalm 56:8).

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“Beloved, nothing has escaped My notice! I am bringing you a harvest of answered prayers on the very things you’ve been crying out for. Truly, I am now bringing it full circle, and you will see My restoration! Things are now coming into bloom, as they have been germinating underground for a very long time, even though you could not see it with your natural eye. Indeed, your very tears of intercession have been watering the seeds! Watch as the answers and restoration of the things you’ve been crying out for suddenly begin to spring forth.

“I am not unjust. Have I not written in My Word, ‘Call to me and I will answer you and tell you great and unsearchable things you do not know’ (Jeremiah 33:3)? I am a good Father, and when My children ask Me for bread, I do not give them a stone (Matthew 7:9). You have clung to Me, and you have continued to remain hopeful, even when things have looked hopeless in the natural. Even as Abraham, your promises have tarried, and you have felt barren. Your story isn’t over yet! It is now your time,” says the Lord!

“Remember that I did above and beyond for Abraham, even making Him the father of many nations (Genesis 17:4). When it was My appointed time, I brought to pass everything that I had promised to him and more. Though you have felt weary like a woman in labor who is long overdue, it is now your appointed time and season. I am bringing things full circle, not just in one area in your life, but in many! You will be amazed and overwhelmed at My goodness and faithfulness to you.

“My Beloved, lift your eyes! It’s harvest time, and I’m bringing things full circle! You will see and taste My goodness in the land of the living. Rejoice! I am the God Who makes all things new. Truly I make things beautiful in My time (Ecclesiastes 3:11).”

I remain confident of this:
I will see the goodness of the Lord
in the land of the living (Psalm 27:13).


Friends,

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Blessings,
Angie Stolba

3 thoughts on “A Harvest on the Tears You’ve Sown: I’m Bringing Things Full Circle!

  1. Magda says:

    Thank you for this encouraging word 💗

  2. Kerri Svoboda says:

    What a beautiful timely word!! I was asking the Lord this morning to water the ground with all the tears I’ve ever shed and make it fruitful….none of the pain wasted. Then I received your word in the afternoon. Thank you for listening to the Lord and encouraging all of us!!

  3. Nina says:

    This word Blessed me today.. I don’t have the time to share it all with you however I will tell you I was married @ 19yr Radically Saved @ 21yr my husband professed salvation 10yrs later however didn’t get discipled or plugged in to the body. Worked every other weekend. 4 Beautiful children our oldest son Brandon, struggled with addiction (10 yrs) passed into Heaven 4-16-2014 my youngest son Joshua joined him May 15, 2019 afterwards alls my husband & I were doing was arguing & I told him no we can’t live like this marriage counseling or you have to leave in October he left..I have felt like I’ve been in a fish bowl but know the Lords Still with me & more than able to bring Beauty from ashes no matter how shattered I feel..I believe New is on the horizon soon there’s got to be a purpose in this much pain.

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