Sometimes our miracles are birthed at the midnight hour. Our prisons can contain the promise not just for us but others as well! Are you in a "midnight hour"? That 11:59 pm "press place" that has you positioned between darkness of night and the breaking of dawn?The midnight hour is a time or season when you go through challenges with little help. On your way to being and doing what God has destined for you things will occur. Distractions and detours happen and we find ourselves in altered place, a transitional season. What do we do when we're between the process and the promise, the midnight hour? What do we do while we're on the brink of breakthrough?We STAND FIRM IN HIM! Your mind might feel so numb that you can’t figure out any strategies for moving forward. But it’s worth it to fight through the numbness. How? Read the Word, pray, sing praises, and declare victory over the situation. There is a beginning, middle, and end to the battles you’re facing. The bottom line is that God always causes us to triumph (2 Corinthians 2:14)"At midnight I will arise to give thanks unto thee because of thy righteous judgments" (Psalm 119:62).Sometimes your "MIDNIGHT" can birth your "MIRACLE"!Jacob had his midnight hour when he wrestled with God at night. Paul and Silas had their midnight hour when they were locked in prison at night. The four lepers had their midnight hour when they were walking with fear towards the camp of the Assyrians at night. The first born sons of Egypt were killed in the midnight hour for the children of Israel to no longer be captive!....“Weeping may endure for a night, but joy comes in the morning.” (Psalms 30: 5). The joy in the morning is determined by what you do in the midnight hour. Birthing requires pain & times of isolation, separation and sterlization to prevent contamination!
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