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Latter Rain

By: Erica Irvin
Often we live lives filled with transition. These transitions can come in ministry, relationships, family, marriage, careers, and so many other areas. God has a plan for us, so when faced with a season of transition we must prepare ourselves for growth. God wants to send an outpouring our way that will blossom us into all He desires in us.
But, if we don't check the weather (His Word) we will not be prepared for what is to come. It is essential that we give God free reign to do what He wills in our lives. God will send to us people, situations, moves and decisions to get our undivided attention. The beauty comes when we recognize His work and submit to it. Let us look to God's Word to learn how we do this.
"Be glad then, ye children of Zion, and rejoice in the LORD your God: for he hath given...


He was a Roman citizen and a Jew.  He was outspoken, bold, and courageous.  To some, he was brash, prideful and overbearing.  "Persecutor of the followers of the Way, hounding some to death, arresting both men and women and throwing them in prison." (Acts 22:4 NLT) He was well versed in the traditions and teachings of the Jewish faith as well as being a solid Roman citizen.  Then one day, on the Damascus road, Saul, a persecutor of the church (the Way), became Paul. Suddenly, the trouble he had caused the Way shifted and he became a troublemaker for the religious leaders of His day.  He went from holder of tradition to warrior for the Way. Why in the world would I write today above all days on Paul?  Because as a leader, when Paul showed up or spoke up there was trouble.   On the road to Damascus he was blinded by the...