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Navigating Prophetic Seasons 1 by Apostle Joshua Selman

Navigating Prophetic Seasons 1 (Behold I Do A New Thing)

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Lift up your voice and pray in the Holy Ghost.
Pray: Father, give me an encounter by Your Spirit and by Your Word.

“And God said, Let there be lights in the firmament of the heaven to divide the day from the night; and let them be for signs, and for seasons, and for days, and years:”
‭‭Genesis‬ ‭1:14‬ ‭(KJV‬‬)

There are lights that signify seasons, and there are lights that signify years. Light transcends illumination.
If your eyes are not trained, and your understanding isn’t equipped, prophetic seasons can pass you by and be aborted due to ignorance.

In God’s economy, nothing happens on the earth that should take men by surprise; there would always be a witness in partnership with God. (Amos 3:7-8)

1 Thessalonians 5:2-4 KJV, 1 Corinthians 2:9-10 KJV

The merging of numerous prophetic seasons defines your lifetime, and the quality of your life hinges on your spiritual intelligence to discern and navigate through these seasons.
Those who leave a lasting impact in this kingdom are the ones capable of interpreting the signs and pointers to prophetic seasons.

Prophetic seasons bring about changes in patterns.
When prophetic seasons are not discerned appropriately, they can result in a loss of relevance.
Remaining relevant requires discerning seasons and reinventing oneself.

“Remember ye, not the former things, neither consider the things of old. Behold, I will do a new thing; now it shall spring forth; shall ye not know it? I will even make a way in the wilderness, and rivers in the desert.”
‭‭Isaiah‬ ‭43:18-19‬ ‭(KJV‬‬)

“Remember ye not” is a powerful warning, as God is attempting to guide your focus by redirecting your attention.

Over-dwelling on the past, both negative and positive, can hinder your advancement and progress in life.

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There is a failure requirement that becomes an anchor, bringing balance and stability to you in the presence of success.

Judges 6:13-15 KJV

Overconfidence has destroyed many great believers.
You must know how to celebrate success and create a boundary that helps you look beyond past results, focusing on the visions of the now and the future. (Judges 16:18-21)

“Brethren, I count not myself to have apprehended: but this one thing I do, forgetting those things which are behind, and reaching forth unto those things which are before, I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus.”
‭‭Philippians‬ ‭3:13-14‬ ‭(KJV‬‬)

No one moves forward, looking backward.

“Behold” is a prophetic instruction that prompts believers to pay rapt attention to the communication and promptings of the Spirit of God regarding a particular season and area of their lives (Isaiah 43:19, Acts 3:3-5).

Peter walked on water as long as he was focused on Jesus, but he got distracted by the waves. When you behold, it doesn’t stop the presence of waves. Remain focused. (Matthew 14:22-33)

“Behold” can mean that God can give you an instruction, such as 80% instead of 10% of your earnings. Beholding involves not just your ears and eyes but also your heart and life.

Certain challenges in the lives of believers happen as a result of not submitting to God’s instruction to ‘behold’.
Beholding can take a long time, but it has a great impact. When you don’t ‘behold’, it can lead to a loss of relevance.

“I Do A New Thing”
God never does what you want or pray for; He does what is consistent with His Word. (Genesis 21:1)
The manifestation of God’s presence in a person’s life is only possible when it aligns with what is in His Word.
His Word moves to honor His speaking and leads to a manifestation of what He has said.

“The word ‘New’ sometimes suggests an unfamiliar path or a virgin dimension. There is a technique and technology for approaching new things.

1. Discernment and Flexibility. (Mark 2:11-12)
Here, your spirit, mind, and thoughts are essential to experience the new in order to sharpen your discernment.
The bankruptcy of discernment prevents believers from being flexible to understand when God decides to manifest in a different approach for a particular season.
The sustainability of your impact in life is predicated upon your ability to discern seasons and the flexibility to receive the prophetic blueprints for your next level.
God is taking you on an unusual path. It may be a lonely route, but it doesn’t mean you’re wrong.
2. Strength and Courage. (Joshua 1:5-7)
Men who will understand, navigate, and excel in life are people who have the strength and courage to stand alone and be controversial. You cannot agree with everything and step into your prophetic destiny.
As a believer, you must learn how to interpret prophetic occurrences through the lens of The Spirit, to align with your prophetic destiny.
Be careful not to misinterpret your current season. Mary was in great trouble of losing her marriage, reputation, and credibility; yet, God said she was blessed and highly favored.
3. Obedience. (Luke 5:5)
When it has to do with walking with God, creativity is not important. It is your alignment and your obedience that are paramount.
God is merging certain graces with other carriers of unique graces—a powerful spiritual combination to be used by God as battle axes in this end time. He is building Kingdom warriors (arsenals that the world has not seen) in this season for His end-time army.
It is important to understand spiritual arsenals and equip yourself with various spiritual weapons to remain victorious.
Do not limit yourself to just one or reject other spiritual arsenals; prayer, influence, wisdom, the angelic, your gifts, prosperity, etc. can play major roles in God’s end-time agenda.

Five Prophetic Seasons Being Opened To The Body Of Christ

1. The season of the harvest. (Matthew 9:37-38)
There will be a massive salvation of souls, demanding an awakening that God will place on men.
2. The season of an abundance of grace. (Acts 10:38, 2 Corinthians 9:8, Joel 2:28-32)
Manifestations of divine abilities; ordinary men empowered in extraordinary ways, carrying out unusual activities of The Spirit
3. The season of the fulfillment of ancient prophecies from scriptures and patriarchs that have joined the great cloud of witnesses. These prophecies were harbingers, warnings, and God is empowering those words in these days.
No matter how long a prophetic word seems to stay unfulfilled, people may lose hope until an unexpected and unlikely herald begins to announce it.
4. The season of intense spiritual warfare. (Psalms 82:6-7, Matthew 26:41).
This is a call for a higher level of spiritual intelligence.
5. The season of rewards. (Hebrews 11:6)
There will be mighty visitations upon people, families, and regions.
1. Pray: Lord, grant me the seeing eye, hearing ear, and the capacity to discern and interpret what You are doing in my life this season.
Lord, grant me the flexibility to follow virgin dimensions in the spirit, to bring me into my place of destiny.
2. Pray: Lord, grant me the grace for obedience. Help me to do what You will have me do per time.
3. Lift your voice and pray for yourself and everyone connected to you.
Declare: The rod of the wicked will not dwell upon the lot of the righteous, in the name of Jesus.
4. Declare: The lampstand God has lit with His fire will remain burning to shine the light on everyone.
Rebuke the spirit of pride, fear, and complacency in the name of Jesus!
5. Cover your children and family in prayer. Decree that Satan will not attack anyone connected to you.
Pray for sound health and longevity of impact.
Declare: I shall not die!

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