While in prayer this morning, the Lord and I were discussing a holy visitation. What sparked this conversation was a friend of mine in Hutchinson, KS said on Facebook, “Is anyone else done with all this rain?” It was an innocent question, but Johnny Enlow in his blog about the Kentucky Derby and how God is speaking to us prophetically through that race said, the odds of Country House winning was 65-1 and the number 65 is significant. Johnny, then said we should read all of Psalm 65. Well, I did, and what I read in there was “You visit the earth and water it, you greatly enrich it; the river of God is full of water; you provide their grain, for so you have prepared it. You water its ridges abundantly, you settle its furrows; you make it soft with showers, you bless its growth. You crown the year with Your goodness, and your paths drip with abundance. They drop on the pastures of the wilderness, and the little hills rejoice on every side. The pastures are clothed with flocks; the valleys also are covered with grain; they shout for joy, they also sing.” Therefore, I was thanking God for all the rain that has been falling, for the rain is God visiting the earth with abundance.

The idea of a holy visitation language is not new, for Rita Springer wrote a song called Holy Visitation, but the wording that God used with me in prayer that was new, is a Fire Convocation. He said to me, WE ARE ON THE VERGE OF A HOLY VISITATION AND A FIRE CONVOCATION. A holy visitation sounded like God coming down as the Holy One of Israel, as the God of heaven yet again touching earth. We as believers long for a holy visitation, it sounds like revivals we have either heard of in the past or been involved in. But when God added the words Fire Convocation, I knew we were entering into some new territory. To start, I had to brush up on what a convocation was and it is a large formal gathering in either the academic or ecclesiastical realms. In this month of graduations, that play on words is brilliant, but that is our God.

What else is brilliant, is that we are in the shadow of Passover on our way to Pentecost on the Biblical calendar. I am not predicting a date, but I do think we are in the right season for what God is calling a holy visitation and a fire convocation. For Passover was a holy visitation as the spotless lamb of God was crucified for the sins of the world. The blood of Jesus alone makes us holy, so a holy visitation sounds like people that have yet to get a revelation that Jesus Christ is Lord, may have their eyes opened as this holy visitation manifests on earth. Then with Pentecost only 32 days away as of this writing, we are set for a fire convocation. If you remember, the apostles, Mary, the mother of Jesus, the other women and Jesus brother’s were all in the upper room (Acts 1:13-14), were in prayer and supplication. They did not know a fire convocation was going to happen like that, but they were obeying the last command Jesus gave them, which was to stay in Jerusalem, but to wait for the Promise of the Father (Acts 1:4). They obeyed and they stayed!

Ladies and gentlemen, we are on the verge of a holy visitation and a fire convocation. This is what the Lord told me, but I like to listen for the echo, from others who are hearing the same thing and today, May 8, 2019, Mario Marillo put out a blog titled “On The Verge”. You can’t make this stuff up. Mario says, “I feel something stirring that man cannot stop. I believe we are on the verge of the explosion of divine miracles.” Sounds like a holy visitation and a fire convocation to me, what about you? I believe it is high time we pray and supplicate before God for a holy visitation and a fire convocation. Our nations, our families, our friends, our finances, our fellowships, need this more than we know, but God who initiates this idea says, WE ARE ON THE VERGE OF A HOLY VISITATION AND A FIRE CONVOCATION!

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