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“Prevailing winds.” This jumped out at me and resonated in my spirit while reading a book on weather & climate with my daughter. Prevailing winds are the winds that blow consistently in a given direction over the earth and affect rainfall over regions.

I believe the Spirit of God is prevailing over the earth in this hour as we travail in prayer, and that it is unstoppable, despite how the powers of darkness are digging in their heels. Specifically, I believe goodness, righteousness, and new government is coming swiftly to North Korea.

More celebrities and stars worshiped by society are going to fall from their altars as corruption and scandal are exposed.
Revival and spiritual awakening will come in unlikely places, and it won’t be chills and thrills, but a deep and sustained fear of the Lord that brings about repentance and holiness and right thinking and lifestyle changes.

And yet even when it is the season for rain, the Sovereign God places responsibility on His people to pray for the latter rain (Zechariah 10:1). And so we must devote ourselves to prayer in a way we haven’t before to see this happen.

Emily Tomko
Emily Tomko
Emily writes with fierce compassion and a deep desire to see people freed from the miry clay of this world and walking in the truth. Emily is available to minister at women’s retreats and youth functions, college fellowships, and business women meetings.

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