Last night I had a Dream
I found myself in a large hall full of shelves, as I looked i saw the shelves were filled with Kintsugi

(Japanese: golden repair) is the Japanese art of fixing broken pottery with lacquer resin dusted or mixed with powdered gold, silver, or platinum a method similar to the maki-e technique. As a philosophy it speaks to breakage and repair becoming part of the history of an object, rather than something to disguise.

I asked the Lord- What are these?
He replied and said-
These are my great treasures of this coming season,
They are the trophies that have been won through my growing culture of Honor, they are lives that have been ravaged by the enemy and broken to the point that all onlookers said there was no hope.
But as my people begin to adopt and operate in the Power of Evangelism through Honor, I shall take these broken lives and make them whole, the very wounds themselves shall become the testimony of my power and grace,
As you Honor those the religious say deserve none,
These broken ones shall become my greatest champions in this end time move of my Spirit,
for truly those who have been forgiven much shall indeed love much!
The Lord then called to me and said Look!
I looked and saw thousands of empty shelves that stretched as far as my eyes could see,

The Lord said- The shelves are ready for the great end time harvest, more souls will be saved in this next day through the culture of honour than have been saved up to this day.

The glory and power of this day will out shine the brightest day of my presence up to this time!
These days shall be called the days of my glory where those dwelling in the deepest darkness shall come into my glorious Light

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